Which Type Of Lavender? - Knowledgebase Question

Hawthorne, NJ
Question by Biancafiora
September 29, 2000
Which type of lavender is closest to the French variety, Lady or English? Also please let me know which one will do well in my zone. Thanks.


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Answer from NGA
September 29, 2000

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Unfortunately, there are many types of lavender. Typical English varieties such as Munstead and Hidcote should do well in your zone and are very fragrant. They do require excellent drainage and a soil that is neutral to slightly alkaline as well as a location in full sun.

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