Lavandula angustifolia 'Cedar Pink'

Common name(s): English lavender

Description: evergreen shrub; a pink-flowered sport of 'Cedar Blue' that we discovered and then introduced in 2016. Compact, dense growth and sweetly fragrant, pink flower spikes on mid-length stems. Forms an identical mound to 'Cedar Blue' and can be hedged together quite successfully. The sweetly fragrant flower buds are also delightful (and mild) in teas and desserts. 


Height: to 2 ft. Spread: to 3 ft.

Stem length: 10-14 in.  

Corolla: pale pink

Calyx: sage green with violet at the tips

Bloom season: early summer

Best Uses: landscaping, rock gardens, culinary, bouquets, crafts

Position: full sun and well-draining soil

Winter Hardiness: to 0 F and below

Drought: adapted to 3 months of summer drought