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Lavender Plants French Kew Red Growing Chart
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We despatch our fresh, nursery-grown live plants (including vegetables, trees and flowers) when they are at a stage of growth ready for you, the customer, to plant on at home.
The delivery period shown on your order confirmation indicates when you can expect to receive your order and we will endeavour to despatch your plants in this period within 7-14 days
Early days yet but seem to be doing well
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from the 5 plants sent 3 have died although they have been planted on.
Lavender Plants French Kew Red
French Lavender Kew Red
This wonderful new variety is has the most unusual crimson-red flowers and looks fantastic in patio pots. Try planting with other French Lavenders with to make a pretty contrast in flower colour, use a a compact hedging plant.
French Lavenders have a denser, stockier habit than traditional varieties like Hidcote or Munstead. The flower stems are thicker and shorter, meaning the flowers sit just above the foliage. Fantastic for forming a denser hedging or for a neater, more formal look.
3 for 2 Offer! Choose ANY 3 packs of 5 Lavender plants, like this one, and the 3rd one is FREE! Add any 3 packs to your basket and the 3rd will be discounted at checkout.
Why Buy Lavenders?
There's nothing like Lavender for adding traditional cottage-charm to a garden. Lavenders are not only beautifully scented and elegant, but they're adored by bees and butterflies too - you'll find them on the RHS Perfect for Pollinators list.
What's more, they're drought tolerant and very easy to look after too. Lavender plants are virtually maintenance free, only requiring a quick prune in the autumn after the flowers have faded and light dead-heading throughout the summer to encourage more flowers. It's easy to do, just snip off the new growth and flower stems with secateurs, leaving the evergreen foliage in tact.
Young plants need water to grow good roots, but once they're established they barely need any water - perfect if you live in a hose-pipe ban area.See Full Description +
- Quantity 5 Young Plants
Delivery: Early May to Mid June