Lavandula 'Ellagance Pink' Description
Soft pink flowers and even softer light gray foliage give ‘Ellagance Pink’ lavender a lovely presence in the landscape. It’s little, it smells good, and you can use its foliage to bring fresh flavor to your meals. Talk about a versatile plant! Pollinators will also enjoy its nectar-filled, little summer flowers, heightening the loveliness of the display in your garden.
Special features: Cold hardy, cut flower, cut foliage, dried flower, drought tolerant, low maintenance, fragrant, heat tolerant, long-blooming, multi-season interest, winter interest, beneficial to pollinators, edible, attracts butterflies
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- Botanical name:
Lavandula angustifolia 'Ellagance Pink'
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- Zone: 5,6,7,8,9
- Sun exposure:
Full sun (6+ hrs/day)
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- Soil type:
Normal, sandy, low nutrient
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- Height x width:
10" x 12-14"
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- Bloom season:
Container garden, cottage garden, edging, flower garden, ground cover, massing, pollinator garden, cut flower garden, ornamental, herb garden
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Soil: Performs well in soils with good drainage.
Light: Full sun (6+ hrs/day)
Water: Dry to average. Thrives in dry conditions once established, but will not tolerate overly moist soil for any period of time.
Spacing: 1.5 - 2' feet apart
Fertilizing: Lavender need little in the way of fertilizer and may perform poorly if given some.
Winterizing: Do not apply mulch around base, as this can keep conditions overly wet.
Maintenance & pruning: In spring after first bloom, prune above last two sets of green leaves. Do not cut into wood, unless removing a damaged branch entirely. Can be pruned again in late summer to encourage renewed growth and handsome appearance for the rest of the season. Deadhead faded flowers to promote continued bloom.
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