Lavandula x intemedia 'Fred Boutin'



From 1968 to 1979 Fredrick C. Boutin was a botanist at the Huntington Botanic Gardens in Pasadena, California. After he left there, he came across a previously unnamed Lavandin, and proceeded to clone it.  Thus, Fred Boutin Lavender was introduced to the world in 1984 and has become a long stemmed favorite among Lavender collectors.

Fred Boutin Lavender makes a great addition to both our 
Zone 5-11 Fragrant Herb Garden Six Pack
and our
 Crafter's Herb Garden Six Pack.


Cultural Information

Height: 2 Feet    

Hardiness: Perennial
in Zones 5-11

Flower Color: Purple

Characteristics: Full Sun,
Water Conserving    

Uses: Butterfly, Culinary,
Dried Flower, Fragrant,

This item has been discontinued. You might try Abrial Lavender.  

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