Matthew Reid
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A ribbon of purple sage (Salvia officinalis ‘Purpurascens’) makes an attractive edging.

Salvia officinalis ‘Tricolor’, une sauge pour voir la vie en rose

A quiet combination of ‘Berggarten’ sage (Salvia officinalis) with lavender cotton (Santolina chamaecyparissus), common thyme (...

like the effect of the gray green against the pink gravel for edge, and the foliage serving as the garden edging rather than an traditional hard edging material.

Lavandula x intermedia 'Grosso'. Mid blue flowers in July and August. Comparatively broad, aromatic, grey-green leaves, evergreen. Height 0.9m. Spread 0.9m. Hot sunny sites in well drained soils.They dislike wet soils especially in winter. Can be trimmed lightly after flowering and further back in the spring to keep the plant bushy often reluctant to regrow from old wood.

Lavandula x intermedia Grosso has the most amazing violet flowers with a strong scent mid spring to summer 'Grosso' is a newly selected commercial oil producing lavender used for producing fragrances for cosmetics. The intense colouring make a mass planting of 'Grosso' a must. Lavenders prefer a full sun to part shade position and are …

1 : Lavandula dentata 2 : Santolina neapolitana 'Edward Bowles' 3 : Santolina lindavica 4 : Lavandula x intermedia 'Dutech' 5 : Lavandula dentata 'Adrar M'Korn' 6 : Sisyrinchium striatum 7 : Atriplex halimus, Jardin sec, Pépinières Filippi

Bear's Breeches: drought tolerant, grows in full shade and sun, flourishes in poor soil. This plant is amazing - on HGTV