This beautifully scented, butterfly attracting herb has gray-green foliage and masses of edible lavender flowers in July through September. The oil from the flowers is used in perfumes and toiletries or dried and used in linen sachets. Plant in containers, garden beds and borders in average well-drained soil. Remove old flowers for continuous bloom.
'Grosso' is a cross between Lavandula angustifolia and Lavandula latifolia and is a larger plant overall than these species. Its long flower stems make this variety especially good for use in bouquets.
Sun Needs: Full Sun
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