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Lavender 3 for 24

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We operate our own delivery service within 12km of the garden centre for €15, for this service we can deliver you any item from Windyridge. 

Outside of this radius we out source couriers, we cannot unfortunately ship a lot of bulkier items such as large pots, composts and many of our more delicate living things. 

An Post Delivery, Seeds & books - €1.50

Standard Parcel via An Post* €6.00

Local Delivery, 12km of Windyridge - €15.00

Pallet Nationwide** - €49.00**This will be automatically added to your cart for BBQ's and larger items

Lavandula angustifolia, commonly known as English Lavender or Lavandula an. Vera, is a popular aromatic herb cherished for its fragrant flowers and soothing properties. 

Height/Spread: Lavandula an. Vera typically reaches a height of 1 to 3 feet (30 to 90 centimeters) with a spread of 2 to 4 feet (60 to 120 centimeters), making it a versatile plant suitable for various garden spaces in the Irish climate.

Position: This lavender variety thrives in full sun exposure, making it an excellent choice for gardens in Ireland. It requires a sunny location that receives at least six hours of direct sunlight per day to ensure optimal growth and flower production.

Soil: Lavandula an. Vera prefers well-draining soil that is moderately fertile. In the Irish climate, it is crucial to ensure the soil is not waterlogged, as lavender plants are susceptible to root rot. Amending the soil with organic matter and ensuring proper drainage will help create ideal growing conditions.

Flowering Season: Lavandula an. Vera delights with its abundant blooms during the summer months, typically from June to August in the Irish climate. The flowers display beautiful shades of purple-blue, exuding a delightful fragrance that attracts pollinators like bees and butterflies.

Uses: Lavandula an. Vera has various uses in the Irish climate, making it a versatile plant. Its fragrant flowers and foliage are popular for crafting potpourri, sachets, and essential oils. It is also commonly used in culinary applications to infuse dishes with a delicate lavender flavor. Additionally, Lavandula an. Vera serves as a beautiful ornamental plant, suitable for borders, rock gardens, and containers, adding a touch of color and fragrance to Irish gardens.

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