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Lavender Avonview
Lavender stoechas 'Avonview'
A variety that's highly regarded for hedging, ornamental and mass planting; its contrasting dark blue corollas and purple-violet bracts are a real feature. Covered with lavender-blue flower spikes for many months in summer, its foliage is still a pleasing feature when it's not flowering. Long stems; great for picking.

Bright spring and summer flower display.

Uses: Gardens and borders. A good choice for low hedging and picked for indoor use.
Position: Sunny and well-drained. Will handle areas cooler than Zone 9 as long as it's not subject to both cold and damp conditions.
Care: Clip to about two-thirds size after flowering to maintain shape and vigour. Removing spent flowers will prolong display.

x Width:

80 x 60 centimetres.
Hardiness Zone:
(if known)
Hardiness Zone - suits dark green area - click for details
Suitable for dark green area.
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