Lavender Varieties

Lavendula Angustifolia - English Lavenders

Angustifolias are the traditional English garden lavender varieties. They have narrow leaves, shorter stems with flower heads that are barrel shaped as opposed to spiky. Their fragrance is sweeter than their hybrid cousins the Lavandins, and because of this, their oil is coveted for aromatherapy and perfume. They bloom earlier in the year than the lavandins. In the winter months, the Angustifolias can often look dead because of the smallness of the leaves. Their dried blossoms are used in cooking, crafting and cosmetics. The Angustifolias produce seeds that are viable, and young plants will often appear below the parent plant. Click on the images below to view a larger photo and to read a description of each lavender variety.

Lodden Blue Lavender
Lodden Blue
Melissa Lavender
Royal Velvet Lavender
Royal Velvet
Sachet Lavender
Sharon Roberts Lavender
Sharon Roberts
Mitchem Gray Lavender
Mitchem Gray
Purple Haze Lavender

Lavendula Intermediate - Lavandins

The Intermediates are a hybrid of Angustifolia and Spike lavender varieties. The hybrid vigor of these plants makes them hardy but sterile. Called Lavandins, this group typically has larger leaves, longer stems and larger flower heads that are pointed at the top instead of barrel shaped. They have a more camphorous quality to their fragrance, and because of this are typically used in soaps and detergents. The oil yield of the lavandins is much greater than the Angustifolias varieties, so it has become a “work horse” in the fields of France. Not only are these plants hardy and disease resistant, they have a more attractive look in the winter months. Because of their sterility, the seeds in these plants are infertile, and the preferred method of reproduction is with cuttings. Typically the Lavandin sachet is strong smelling, making it excellent for riding clothes of moth or in massage oil for sore muscles, but not used for cooking. The strong color of many of the cultivars makes their sachet and dried flowers excellent for crafting. Click on the images below to view a larger picture, and to learn more about each variety.

Dutch Mill Lavender
Dutch Mill
Fred Boutin Lavender
Fred Boutin
Grosso Lavender
Hidcote Giant Lavender
Hidcote Giant
Province Lavender
Seal Lavender
White Spike Lavender
White Spike

Lavendula Stoechas - Spanish and Other Lavenders

Here we have grouped other varieties grown at Purple Haze. Click on the images below to view larger pictures, and to learn more about each variety.

Dark Eyes Lavender
Dark Eyes
Silver Frost Lavender
Silver Frost
Otto Quast Lavender
Otto Quast


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This unique culinary blend brings a bit of the markets of Southern France into the kitchen. A little olive oil and these herbs on roasted vegetables, grilled meats or marinated cheeses puts a lush dose of the Mediterranean into a meal. Sage, basil, fennel, oregano and lavender. 1 oz. tin.


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