Photo Courtesy of Walters Gardens, Inc.

Lavandula x intermedia 'Phenomenal'

English Lavender

  • Forms a dense, very broad mound of silvery green foliage topped with long, rich lavender purple flower wands
  • Tolerates warm and cold extremes without dying back
  • Resistant to common root and foliar diseases
  • Can be grown as a cut and dried flower for potpourri and culinary uses
  • Blooms from mid through late summer
  • Very large, hedging lavender that can be used to create a border around the garden
  • Two year old plants in trials measured an impressive 4-4 ½’ across

English Lavender Growing and Maintenance Tips:

Lavender must be grown in full sun to be able to produce flowers, so do not hesitate to plant them in those hot, dry areas where nothing else seems to grow.  They will actually grow better in poor, gravelly soil than in rich humus; don't be tempted to enrich the soil when you plant it.  Sharp drainage, especially in winter, is essential for preventing crown rot.  Other than that, Lavender is known to have few problems with pests and diseases.  Shearing back the evergreen foliage in early spring will rejuvenate plants and stimulate new growth.


24-30 in


48-54 in

Hardiness Zone:



Characteristics & Attributes for Lavandula x intermedia 'Phenomenal'

Cut Flower/Foliage
Drought Tolerant
Border or Bed
Dried Flower/Foliage
Mass Planting
Low Maintenance
Foliage Color
Soil Moisture
Dry Soil
Average Water
Season of Interest (Foliage)
Season of Interest (Flowering)
Attracts Wildlife
Attracts Butterflies
Critter Resistance
Deer Resistant
Rabbit Resistant
Full Sun