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Lavandula x ginginsii 'Goodwin Creek Grey' Lavender

Lavandula x ginginsii 'Goodwin Creek Grey' Lavender

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We are the original source of this popular lavender variety!

It has a semi-open to dense growth habit. Leaves are slightly toothed with sage-green to grey with an overall silvery look. The stems can be up to a foot long with the spikes extending even further in 4-5 inches in length. Dull purple bracts and calyx. It is acclaimed for its ability to bloom nearly year round outdoors in mild areas (USDA Zones 9 & 10), or to bloom indoors throughout the winter in a sunny window. 

Slightly pungent aroma.

This is a hybrid of French lavender that we discovered about 20 years ago. It is similar to 2 other French lavender hybrids, Lavandula x heterophyla (from the early 1800's) and Lavandula x allardii (from the 1890's). All 3 bloom throughout the summer and will even bloom in the winter in mild climates. 'Goodwin Creek Grey' and French lavender are the best choices for a winter blooming indoor lavender. They need about 5 hours of sunlight each day for winter bloom; a south facing window, sun room or sun porch should provide enough light. It looks great in the landscape, large containers or trained as topiaries. The silvery toothed foliage is very attractive and the corollas are deep purple.  

Evergreen Shrub
Height x Width:  3 ft. x 3 ft.

Stem Length: 8-12 in.
USDA Zones 8-10

Full Sun
Well-Draining Soil

Most plants are shipped in 2 3/8” square, by 3 ¾” deep “band pots”. Plant size varies by species and shipping date but will be well rooted and ready to plant.

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Signe M.
Goodwin Creek Lavender is the BEST!

I had been purchasing Goodwin Creek Grey lavender from Goodwin Creek Gardens for at least 15 years. I recently purchased it from Charsaw Farms. It is beautiful lavender to look at and smell, and in my experience it even thrives indoors.

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Craig Trotter
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