Spanish Lavender grows great in Arizona.  The antiseptic, piney fragrance of Spanish Lavender   makes it an exceptionally fragrant landscape plant but   not the first choice for use in cooking. English Lavenders,   both Lavandula angustifolias and Lavandula latifolia, are   preferred in the kitchen. French Lavender, Lavandula   dentata is not culinary lavender but used as sachet fragrance.

Spanish Lavender grows great in Arizona. The antiseptic, piney fragrance of Spanish Lavender makes it an exceptionally fragrant landscape plant but not the first choice for use in cooking.

Spanish Lavender - Spanish lavender (Lavandula stoechas) varieties offer a totally different look than their cousins. The flower heads are often shorter but topped with attractive bracts that look like large petals. Spanish lavenders love hot weather and can't withstand cold temperatures. They're excellent for containers.

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Spanish Lavender - Spanish lavender (Lavandula stoechas) varieties offer a totally different look than their cousins. The flower heads are often shorter but topped with attractive bracts that look like large petals.

Spanish lavender (Lavandula stoechas) has deep purple “rabbit ears” that stand out in garden beds. The plant thrives with only moderate wate...

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20 Favorite perennials- Sunset Mag-English lavender is the most fragrant, but Spanish lavender’s deep purple “rabbit ears” stand out. compact form Lavandula angustifolia ‘Thumbelina Leigh’ from High Country Gardens. It stays 12 to 15 inches tall.

Spanish Lavender.  Little cones with butterfly wings on top.  So pretty.

Willow Vale lavender is a vigorous, upright, evergreen shrub with narrow, yellow green leaves. In summer it bears dense spikes of deep violet flowers with reddish purple bracts. The flowers are highly scented and good for drying.

Euphorbia rigida  In this Napa Valley garden designed by Ron Lutsko (lutskoassociates.com), clusters of chartreuse Euphorbia rigida add a spritz of lime. The plant thrives with only moderate water.

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Ghartreuse green flowers (Euphorbia rigida) and purple Spanish Lavender - water wise, drought resistant - southern California urban garden

we have several of these beauties...spanish lavender is lovely, the flowers have a slight honey scent but it is the stems that smell of lavender.

Native to the Mediterranean region and North Africa, Spanish Lavender seems to be a more suitable lavender choice for those who garden in hot humid climates.

Spanish Lavender Plants – How To Grow Spanish Lavender In The Garden When you think of lavender, it is probably English and French lavender that come to mind. But did you know there is also a Spanish lavender? Want to learn more about these lavender plants? The following article can help with that.

Spanish Lavender Information: Learn About Growing Spanish Lavender Plants

From English lavender to 'Grosso' hybrid lavender to Spanish lavender, discover beautiful lavender varieties and get growing tips from the experts at HGTV Gardens.

English lavender is valued for its fragrance, color and texture.

Notes from a Cottage Garden: Spring in Bloom, Spanish Lavendar: new variety called Lavandula stoechas 'Anouk'.

Tis is a Spanish lavender Spanish Lavender plant; a new variety called Lavandula stoechas 'Anouk'. After the first flowers have faded, the stems can be cut back for a second bloom time.

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