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Lavandula Goodwin Creek Grey - Goodwin Creek Lavender

Lavandula Goodwin Creek Grey is noted for the silvery foliage and dark purple flowers. Goodwin Creek Lavender is free flowering, even during the Winter in mild climates. Lavandula Goodwin Creek Grey requires decent drainage and does best in a low water garden once established. Goodwin Creek Lavender looks best when the dead flowers are removed and when the second year foliage is cut out from under the new growth. Lavandula Goodwin Creek Grey grows 2 feet tall and 3-4 feet wide. Lavandula Goodwin Creek attracts a variety of butterflies to the garden including Gray Hairstreak, Fiery Skipper, Mournful Duskywing, Sara Orangetip, White Checkered Skipper, Northern White Skipper, and the California Dogface Butterfly. Goodwin Creek Lavender is Winter hardy into the low teens, foliage will be damaged in mid-teens.

Lavendula Goodwin Creek

Lavandula Goodwin Creek Grey. High resolution photos are part of our garden image collection.

Other plants from the Lavandula Genus featured on this site:
Lavandula allardii Meerlo
Lavandula angustifolia Hidcote * Hidcote English Lavender
Lavandula dentata
Lavandula dentata candicans
Lavandula heterophylla
Lavandula intermedia Fred Boutin
Lavandula intermedia Grosso
Lavandula intermedia Provence
Lavandula multifida
Lavandula pinnata buchii
Lavandula stoechas Atlas
Lavandula stoechas Coco Blue White
Lavandula stoechas Javelin Forte White
Lavandula stoechas Madrid Purple
Lavandula stoechas Otto Quast
Lavandula stoechas Silver Anouk