Fat Spike Lavandin
Long-lived polycarpic perennial
Source of plant
Well-Sweep Herb Farm, T. DeBaggio Herbs, Richters, Cornell Botanic Gardens
A vigorous dwarf shrub with good disease resistance that attains 16" in height and 36" in width in 5 years. Leaves twice the size of those of L. angustifolia; flower spikes large, wide, dark blue, effective in June and July. Discovered in 1972 and named after the French lavender specialist Pierre Grosso.
USDA Hardiness Zone
other ethnobotanical uses, fragrance