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Usually flowering in May and re-blooming thereafter, L. stoechas is earlier than English or French Lavenders. The flower of this species bears a resemblance to a small purple fir cone or tiny pineapple with a flourish of dark purple bracts on top. Butterflies find it quite alluring. The silvery and evergreen foliage is particularly resinous, i.e., wonderfully pungent. 18" - 2 ft tall and wide and vase-shaped.
Minimum temperature: 10° F