Sensational™ Lavender Plant
|Mature Height||1-2 Feet|
|Mature Width||1-2 Feet|
For color and fragrance unlike any other, try the Sensational™ Lavender Plant! Its classic lavender fragrance will make your yard smell truly heavenly.
While this plant is comparable to the Phenomenal™ Lavender Plant, it differs in its unique silver foliage and its ability to withstand harsh sunlight. Plus, it’s more compact in size, meaning you can plant it in containers or gardens!
This Lavender plant can stand up against extreme hot and cold temperatures. It even can handle humidity and drought, unlike other lavender varieties.
Trademarked for its incredible color and full, thick flowers, this plant is unlike any other! Its dense habit with magnificent branching provides a stunning shape that elevates any yard space.
Flowering from late spring to summer, you can enjoy lovely purple blooms and an alluring lavender scent for a long season. Order your own Sensational™ Lavender Plant today!
Is this plant disease-resistant?
Yes, and it is also deer-resistant!
Will it attract hummingbirds and butterflies?
Yes! Pollinators love this plant, making it great for your own butterfly garden.
Plant in an area where it can receive full sun (between 6 to 8 hours per day) along with well-draining soil.
Dig a hole large enough to accommodate the root ball, loosen the soil, and place the plant. Backfill the hole, lightly tamping the soil, to prevent air pockets from forming.
If planting in a container, select a pot about two sizes larger than your shipped container. Use sandy potting mix, place your plant, and fill with the soil mix, leaving a couple of inches at the top. Give the potted plant a good drink of water and place it in front of a south-facing window or on a sunny patio spot.
Once established, your Lavender is generally drought tolerant but does like moist soil. If you're not sure when to water, stick your index finger into the soil. If it feels dry, add just enough water to moisten the area.
To improve the flower color and encourage prolific flowering, make sure you do a weekly feeding of liquid fertilizer. Be careful not to over-fertilize.
Prune after the coldest part of winter has passed. Proper pruning will include removing dead or damaged areas and any desired shaping.