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  • English Lavender - Goodwin Creek
  • English Lavender - Goodwin Creek
  • English Lavender - Goodwin Creek
  • English Lavender - Goodwin Creek

English Lavender - Goodwin Creek

$10.00Price
Container Size: 1 Gallon

Goodwin Creek lavender was discovered in an Oregon garden by that name in 1999.  

Goodwin Creek lavender has silver-gray leaves and vivid violet blue flowers on long spikes. The plant needs full to partial sun and can tolerate both heat and temperatures down to 15 degrees Fahrenheit.

 

‘Goodwin Creek Grey’ is technically a French lavender type (Lavandula ginginsii) and has a very unique look. Silver-toned leaves are fragrant and have highly lobed edges that give them a feather-like appearance. These leaves, paired with the plant’s dark purple, cone-shaped flowers, make this lavender type a truly stunning specimen to behold.

If you choose to grow ‘Goodwin Creek Grey,’ expect a plant that will reach about 24” high, produce long-lasting blooms, and have minimal care requirements.

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