Lavender angustifolia 'Hidcote' - English Lavender
A wonderful low growing plant with dark violet flowers and strongly scented, grey green foliage.
"Hidcote" was introduced by Major Lawrence Johnston and named after Hidcote Manor in Glouscestershire. It first received a Royal Horticultural Society award of garden merit in 1932 and was re-confirmed in trials in 2002 when it held as leader of the pack against all of the newly introduced lavenders.
A lavender which will never go out of fashion.
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