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Lavandula x ginginsii Goodwin Creek Grey

Scientific Name : Lavandula x ginginsii
Common Name : Lavender
Hardiness Zone : 7a - 10b
Hardiness Degree : -30°F (-34°C)
Blooming Season : Late Spring, Summer, Late Summer
Plant Habit : Upright
Characteristics : Attracts Bees, Attracts Butterflies, Attracts Hummingbirds, Winter Interest (regional), Fragrant Flowers, Scented Foliage, Heat Tolerant, Low Maintenance, Frost Tolerant, Colorful/Attractive Foliage
Water : Light
Fertilizer : Every two weeks
Spacing : 20 - 24" (51 - 61cm)
Height : 12 - 36" (30 - 91cm)
Width : 24 - 36" (61 - 91cm)
Exposure : Sun
General Information : Dense, compact gray foliage backs spikes of dark lavender flowers in winter and spring. Great in perennial borders or rock gardens.
Idea & Tips : Follow a regular watering schedule during the first growing season to establish a deep, extensive root system.
Grower Information : Tender perennial has small, intense purple flowers on long wands.
Daylength : Plants forced under long days (greater than 16-hour daylengths) will flower more uniformly and rapidly.
Propagation Information : Reduce mist as soon as possible. Apply preventative fungicide drench if soil temperature is lower than recommended.
Cool Treatment
Plant Maturity: Cold treatment beneficial, but not required for flowering. Plants should be bulked under natural short days for a 4-8 week period. Mature, bulked-up plants will respond more favorably to cold treatment.
Plant Growth Regulators : Sumagic(S) 5-10 ppm, applied 1-3 times as needed.
'Goodwin Creek Grey'
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    • Bloom Months:
      June to August

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