Lavandula x intermedia 'Phenomenal'
Tall, with uniform appearance and showy flowers, this cultivar has exceptional fragrance and great garden impact. Head and humidity tolerant. Rich purple flowers appear between July and August. PP#24193. Illegal propagation prohibited.
Popular woody herb with a legendary fragrance derived from its slender, lavender-purple flower spikes. It is stiff, narrow, grayish leaves and is drought-tolerant. Often used as a low hedge or edging. Lavender needs good drainage, and should not be pruned after midsummer. Best to mulch each winter.
Top photo courtesy of Nova.
Bottom photo courtesy of North Creek Nurseries.
- Botanical Name
- Lavandula x intermedia 'Phenomenal'
- Common Name
- Phenomenal Lavender
- Hardy to Zone