Lavandula x allardii Allardi Lavender

Allardii lavender hedge

Allardi Lavender is thought to be a cross of L. latifoila (Spike lavender) and L. dentata (French Lavender). Its small bracts and slightly serrated leaves are reminiscent of French Lavender, while its slender wands are indicative of its other parent, Spike Lavender. A beautiful lavender in its own right. Not the most prolific bloomer, but it is perfect for a fragrant dense hedge.

Allardi Lavender makes a sweet smelling addition to our Zone 8-11 Fragrant Herb Garden Six Pack.

Cultural Information

Height: 3 feet or more, 
can get very wide  

Hardiness: Perennial
in Zones 8-11

Flower Color: Purple   

Characteristics: Full Sun,
Water Conserving    

Uses: Dried Flower,

This plant has been discontinued. Grappenhall Lavender would make an excellent substitute with many, many flowers  



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