It’s easy to fall in love with lavender. The plant features attractive foliage, beautiful flowers, and a great scent, dries beautifully, and can be utilized in many ways that are scent-sational, but Otto Quast should not be used as an edible. Spanish lavender can be identified by its slender leaves and plump, pineapple-shaped flower tops which are more pinkish-purple than most English lavender. Pollinators seem to prefer Spanish Lavender to English. It’s a honey of a plant!
Size (HT/W): 18 – 24″ / 24 – 36″
Exposure: Full Sun
Bloom Time(s): Summer
Water: Drought tolerant once established