The Spica Type Lavenders
Spica Lavenders What are they?
The spica group of Lavenders are comprised of L.angustifolia, L. latfolia, and L. lanata as well as all the various hybrids produced from L. angustifolia and L. latifolia which are commonly known as the Lavandins.
What is it that sets Spicas apart?
The flowers are born in whorls on stems forming spikes. The flowers are different in form from those that are produced by the Stoechas type Lavenders and Pterostachys Lavenders and it is this characteristic that differentiates them apart. The Lavender foliage can differ both in color, texture, compactness, leaf shape and size but its the way their lovely blooms are carried that sets them apart. See Lavender flowers page to learn more about all the variety of blooms.
Varieties of Lavender Plants - Learn about the differences you would be amazed!
Make a Lavender Flower Garden - Have your own garden of Lavender.
Lavender Plants - See what plants are available for your garden.