Lavandula x intermedia du Provence, the Provence Lavender is a beautiful addition to any garden path, container, or border plant. It is a strong fragrant plant, and is long blooming. The Provence Lavender is a Lavandin variety which refers to the French hybrid lavenders commonly grown in France and cultivated for the oil and dry buds.
A wonderful attraction for bees, butterflies and hummingbirds. The du Provence Lavender has pale blue to purple blooms, growing to two foot with a 2 foot spread.
It is easy to grow if you follow our basic instructions on the lavender category page. Provence Lavender thrives in dry climates, so over watering is a concern. Plant in a well drained area that in full sun.
Perfect addition to Xeric and rock gardens, as well as edging, hillsides and berms. French Hybrid Lavenders are amazing bloomers beginning around mid to late spring. The Lavender du Provence is a top choice for edible buds.
Planting Zones: 6, 7, 8, 9
Plant Type: Evergreen
Light requirements: Full Sun
Soil Conditions: Dry, Well Drained
Height at Maturity: 1 – 2 ft
Growth Rate: Fast
Bloom Color: Blue, Purple
Bloom Season: Fall, Summer