7 Types Of Lavender That Thrive In The South

Ideal for sweet fragrance and culinary use. Requires well-drained soil, full sun, and is relatively hardy in the South with proper care.

Lavandula Angustifolia 

A hardy hybrid tolerant of humidity, great for essential oils and crafts. Prefers full sun and well-drained soil, thriving in Southern gardens.

Lavandula x Intermedia

Known for distinctive blooms, tolerates warm, humid climates well. Requires sun and well-drained soil, blooms repeatedly if trimmed.

Lavandula Stoechas

Features serrated leaves and tolerates humidity. Continuous bloomer in warm climates, perfect for containers and borders.

Lavandula Dentata

Distinct fern-like leaves, vibrant flowers, thrives in warm, sunny, and humid conditions. Ideal for Southern landscapes.

Lavandula Multifida

Silver, woolly foliage helps withstand heat and dry conditions. Needs well-drained soil, full sun, suitable for hot Southern areas.

Lavandula Lanata

Offers unique yellow-green flowers, pleasant fragrance, and heat tolerance. A distinctive choice for Southern gardens.

Lavandula Viridis

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