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August 28, 2012

Lavender ‘Hidcote Blue’

A dwarf variety of lavender that produces tons of deep purple flowers in late spring, 'Hidcote Blue' is one of the hardiest and most garden worthy varieties of lavender.

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A dwarf variety of lavender that produces tons of deep purple flowers in late spring, ‘Hidcote Blue’ is one of the hardiest and most garden worthy varieties of lavender.  The lavender fragrance is simply spectacular – dried flowers retain that priceless lavender scent and can be used in anything from potpurris to tea.

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