Lavandula angustifolia ‘Betty’s Blue’ forms a compact bush of height of 60-75 cm and 75-90 cm in diameter. It has gray-green foliage, which is quite interesting in the autumn.
Its flowers are very aromatic in dark blue-violet color. It blooms at the end of spring or early summer, while its longer flowering period than most other English lavender varieties is characteristic.
Another interesting feature of the plant is that shows remarkable salt resistance.
Lavandula angustifolia ‘Betty’s Blue’ produces flowers which can be used both as cut and dried, while its leaves are culinary used.
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This variety of English lavender is suitable for: