- Blooms from early summer to frost
- Fragrant purple flower spikes
- Attracts butterflies
- Grows 15-20 inches tall
- Can be dried for potpourri and sachets
Versatile, sweetly fragrant perennial has many uses in the garden. Growing 15-20 in. tall, the Hardy Lavender Plant forms neat, grayish-green mounds dotted with fragrant purple flower spikes from early summer to frost. Butterflies love it! The flowers can be dried and used for sachets and potpourri. Often grown in herb and perennial gardens, Hardy Lavender Plant is also quite stunning when massed or grown as a low hedge or near a walkway where it will perfume the summer air. A deer-resistant perennial, it grows best in full sun. Zones 4-9.