'Blue Cushion' English Lavender - Grow 'Blue Cushion' for its dwarf, mounded habit and long bloom season. It's perfect in a knot or rock garden, as well as the front of the border. It bears deep blue-purple flowers from early to late summer. Note: Low-care lavenders do well in lean soil and typically don't need to be fertilized. In fact, feeding them too much can cause the plants to be short lived
A tender shrub usually grown as an annual, fernleaf lavender features narrow spikes of fragrant blue-purple flowers in summer. Its lobed silvery-green leaves give it a delicate, lacy appearance. Name: Lavandula multifida Size: To 36 inches tall and wide Zones: 9-11
'Buena Vista' Lavender - Lavandula Angustifolia 'Buena Vista' is a special reblooming variety that bears lavender-purple flowers in late spring and again in fall. It grows 28 inches tall and 36 inches wide. Zones 5-8.
'Lady' English Lavender - 'Lady' is an All-America Selections award winner that blooms the first year from seed, meaning you can grow it as an annual. The variety is compact and offers silvery-green foliage punctuated by spikes of purple-blue flowers in summer
'Croxton's Wild' Lavender - Lavandula Angustifolia 'Croxton's Wild' is a close relative to the lavenders that grow in the wild in the Mediterranean region. It grows 24 inches tall and 36 inches wide. Zones 5-8.