Herbarium specimen: Lavandula angustifolia
|Taxon:||Lamiaceae: Lavandula angustifolia Mill. ("Garden Lavender")|
|Filed in taxon folder:||Lamiaceae: Lavandula angustifolia Mill. ("Garden Lavender")|
|Collected by:||Susyn Andrews|
|Locality:||Cultivated Great Britain, VC113 Channel Islands, Saint Brelade, Jersey, SV54, Jersey Lavender, National Collection Beds ex Carliles / Muntons? Delphinensis group.|
|Institution:||Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew (K)|
|notes:||2 ft x 3 ft. A messy, untidy sprawling plant. Overall look grey-green, leaves green-grey. Peduncles very kinky, dark green centres, bright green margins. Spikes widespaced in bud. Bracts pale brown with darker veins. Calyx very woolly, soft, mauve 83B, with a lighter centre. Quite aromatic, somwhat fragrant. Flowering practically over.|
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Documented by johned on 1st December 2015.