This English Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) strain is the most productive I've encountered. The plants have a compact profile that make them ideal for container gardens or those with limited space, but I grow mine outdoors, where multiple plants can be clustered closely together. Don't let the small footprint fool you – these plants crank out fragrant, dark purple flowers that can be harvested for culinary or ornamental uses. Stalks are tall (7-8 inches) making them ideal for lavender cuttings. Multiple cuttings are possible throughout the season – I start harvesting mine for culinary bundles in March/April and only in late October do the plants start to die back. -Quin
Plants are perennial and will produce flowers approximately 110-150 days when seeded under ideal soil and climate conditions. Plants are hardy at zone 6b and above.