Angustifolia (sometimes called English Lavender) are the hardiest and most fragrant of all the lavender cultivars. They flower beginning of summer, and if pruned lightly immediately following the first flowering, will often flower a second time before autumn.
Intermedia (also called lavandins) are sterile hybrids between angustifolia and latifolia. The majority of lavandins have a strong but less sweet than angustifolia cultivars.
What we are planting this year:
Alba (Blue Mountain White)