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Lavendula angustifolia ‘Wee One’

Wee One Lavender
Scientific NameLavendula angustifolia ‘Wee One’
Common NameWee One Lavender
FamilyLamiaceae (mint)
HabitSemi-woody perennial sub-shrub.
Growth FormIts grey to green foliage has the potential
to stay evergreen throughout the year depending on location and weather.
Mature SizeHeight: 8-10″ Width: 12-15″
FlowersLavender. Blooming Time: Late Spring-Early Summer
HardinessZones 5-10
Sun RequirementsFull Sun
Water RequirementsDry to Xeric. Drought Resistant / Waterwise.
Soil RequirementsLoam, or sandy soils.
Average soil, Low fertility soil, Well-drained soil. Slightly alkaline soils.
Other InfoNot native to North America.
Deer Resistant,
attracts butterflies,
Bee friendly,
Rabbit resistant,
Cut Flowers,
Rock Gardens,
Low Maintenance,
Great for mass plantings.
Additional PhotosWee One Lavender