Plants from the genus Lavandula, are usually referred to as lavenders.  Lavandula features over forty species and hundreds of cultivars, each with their own special differences.  You’ll find white, pink, purple, and blue flowered lavenders, with plants bearing flowers of every shade of these tones, and each colour in between!

Lavender thrives when planted in well drained soil, where the plants will enjoy full sunshine and partial shade.  

Lavandula angustifolia ‘Purity’ is a small sized lavender, which grows up to 40cm (15.7 inches) in height.  Lavandula angustifolia ‘Purity’ produces greyish green foliage and pure white flowers.

This sweetly scented lavender, flowers in June and July, when plants produce a mass of soft white, fragrant flowers, which are an attractive food source for bees and butterflies.


Lavandula angustifolia (Little Lottie) = ‘Clarmo’ is a small sized lavender cultivar, which grows to about 40cm (15.7 inches) in height.  Lavandula angustifolia (Little Lottie) = ‘Clarmo’ produces grey green foliage and very pretty, pale pink flowers, which are attractive to bees, hoverflies, and butterflies.