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Lavender Goodwin Creek Grey in glazed pot
The graceful leaves and tangy fragrance of Lavender 'Goodwin Creek Grey' are easy to enjoy year round. Unlike most garden Lavenders, this tender variety thrives indoors and will throw spikes of deep blue flowers above mounds of pungently fragrant foliage. The plant is hardy to Zone 7 (0 degrees F) and warmer, where it may be transplanted to the garden in spring, leaving our attractive pot available for other jobs. Like most silver-leaved plants, it prefers dry, well-drained, lean soil. We ship a bushy 1-year-old plant, weather permitting. Our 7-inch, glazed terra-cotta pot with saucer is kiln-fired, so no two are alike and the color may vary.
Video: How to Grow Lavender 'Goodwin Creek Grey' Indoors (3:05 minutes)
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