Selected for the very large flowers held in very long heads - up to 5cm long - and named by and in honour of famous BBC TV Dad's Army actor Ian Lavender®.
Origin: Bred in the UK
Protection Status: UK Trade Mark UK00003165501
Variety Name: Lavandula angustifolia Purple Treasure
Benefits of using this variety
- Very large flowers held in very long heads.
- Good mid purple blue colour.
- Neat bushy habit.
- Marketed in the UK under the IAN LAVENDER trademark - endorsed by Ian Lavender, famous as Private Pike from the BBC TV series Dad's Army.
- Height: 60cm
- Flowering time: May to August.
- Foliage: grey-green.
- Flower: large, mid purple blue. Flower heads up to 5cm long.
- Habit: tidy, upright, with good branching.
You may find these plants useful for similar applications, or as great planting partners alongside the Purple Treasure.