5G Spanish LavenderHearth & Home Distribution
Spanish lavender is similar to other varieties, growing in small shrubs that make great low hedges or bed borders. They have the same silvery-green leaves, but one unique characteristic is how it flowers. Flowers may be purple or pink, depending on the cultivar. Spanish lavender flowers resemble small, dark maroon pineapples topped by several modified leaves called bracts. The plant needs full sun to grow well and produce the most flowers.