Find help & information on Lavandula multifida Egyptian lavender from the RHS. Lavandula multifida is native to the northwestern region of the Mediterranean Sea, where temperatures are mild and growing conditions arid. It is technically a . Lavandula multifida. Lavandula multifida. Common Name: Fernleaf Lavender. Growth Rate: Fast. Exposure: Full sun. Water Needs.

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Excellent cut flowers for fresh or dried arrangements. Lavandula ‘Multifida’ California Lavender – This is an open 3 foot tall evergreen shrub with gray-green leaves that are deeply lobed.

Fernleaf Lavender (Lavandula multifida ‘Spanish Eyes’) in the Lavenders Database –

Leave the entire plant for the winter and cut it back to the ground in early spring, just before new growth starts. Prices reasonable and rated differently according size and resolution. All the lavenders appreciate full sun, good drainage and mild temperatures. It is native to the warm climates lavanddula the northwestern Mediterranean plus the Canary Islands. The name of this lavender has been a source of confusion for many years. Availability depends on season.

If information supplied is taken from a book, journal lavansula website, please provide the corresponding reference or website address. Planting Instructions Perennials can be planted anytime from spring through fall.


This description is based on our research and myltifida made of this plant as it grows in our nursery, in the nursery garden and in other gardens that we have visited.

Perennials should be dug up and divided every years.

Winter hardy to USDA Zones where it is typically grown in average, alkaline, dry to medium, well-drained soils in full sun. Your email address is only for internal communication.

Plant Feed Slow release feed in spring. New plantings should be watered daily for a couple of weeks to get them well established. It is best to grow this lavender in sheltered locations with a good winter mulch in Zone 8. Fruit Gardening Vegetable Gardening. Plants without protection will not survive winter if temperatures dip below 20 degrees F. Check the plant label for suggested spacing and the mature height multifiida the plant.

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Submit further info on this species. Deep purple blue flowers and gray-green leaves provide ornamental color and contrast to the perennial border front, rock garden, cottage garden, herb garden or scented garden. Deep watering encourages roots to grow further into the ground resulting in a sturdier plant with more drought tolerance.

Rotate the container and continue to tap, loosening the soil until the plant pulls smoothly from the pot.


Corrections for mistakes and errors in this plant profile. The flowering plumes and foliage of ornamental grasses create a beautiful feature in the winter landscape. Full sun to part shade.

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Can be particularly effective when massed. Hand watering using a watering wand with a sprinkler head attached is also a good way to control watering. Please answer these simple questions: Please report only Maltese locations for plants that indicated as rare or very rare refer to the Nomenclature section.

Set the plant in the hole. Vigorous, sprawling plant with finely divided, silvery green foliage. Buy images found in this large collection of Maltese flora. Please note that all images are copyright of the author. Blooms all year long in mild winter climates. Do not prune plants after September 1st. Does best in light, well-drained soil. To buy images please take not of the image code specific for every image found beneath each individual photo since this is required when filling the online ordering form.

The soil covering the planting hole should be even with the surrounding soil, or up to one inch higher than the top of the root ball.