|Very large, intense purple flowers with strong stems
|Re-blooming; long-flowering period
|High tolerance to leaf spotting and root disease
|Nice floral fragrance
|Broad silver foliage
From Peace Tree Farm comes the next generation of Lavender—Lavender Sensational!® What makes it different from Phenomenal™? With large, thick flowers and sturdy stems, this lavender has a dense silver habit and great branching. The flowers are packed with that trademark lavender scent with low camphor notes. Peace Tree has improved its heat and humidity tolerance, as well as its cold tolerance, making this plant a great addition to a wider range of gardens!
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USDA Hardiness Zone 5-9
A true sensation: Lavandula Sensational!® This lavender has broad, thick, bright silver leaves. The flowers are sensationally large (4") and intense purple on densely flowered spikes. Sensational!® flowers abundantly from Summer to Autumn. It has a very long blooming season because it re-blooms. Sensational! has a compact, upright habit and forms a well-branched plant of about 24” high and wide. It has a high tolerance to leaf spotting and root disease. On top of this all, it has a very nice floral fragrance. - Concept Plants
Plant Sensational!® in full sun in any, well-drained soil. Lavandula Sensational!® is a great addition to the perennial border, the rock garden, or in a pot on terrace or balcony. It is also great for landscaping and mass planting. Because of the strong flower stems it can also be used for fresh or dry cut flowers.
Lavender prefers mild Mediterranean or Pacific temperatures to thrive—cool to warm days and cool evenings with low humidity in sunny locations make the plant excel. Most lavender is not long-lived in warm to hot, humid summers and cold-winter environments. Wet, poorly-draining soil and high humidity conditions with poor air movement are the demise of lavender plants and often will lead to decline.
Lavender does not like to be mulched—it keeps the moisture levels too high and leads to rot. Overwintering success of lavender is determined by the size of the root system before the plant goes dormant. -Ball RedBook
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