General: New cultivar with large, dense spikes of white blooms. This would look nice paired with a dark flowering lavender. Very fragrant. Can be used for cooking, cut flowers, sachets and more.
Culinary Uses: Lavender is popular among beekeepers and produces a delicately scented honey. The flowers are a rich essential oil which is obtained through distillation. Lavender oil is used extensively in perfumery. Roses and lavender, with a little mint and some lemon juice to activate the alkaloids can make both a brilliant pink dye and very tasty pink lemonade.
Ornamental Uses: A compact herb that flowers in the first year. It produces grey-green leaves with spikes of pure white flowers that resist 'bluing' in cooler temperatures.
|Uses*:||Aromatic, Butterfly, Culinary, Deer Resistant, Drought Tolerant, Ornamental, Pollinators|