Lavandula stoechas ‘Madrid’
It is ideal as a decorative plant for all parts of the house and garden, as well as terraces and balconies. It gives off a more intense aroma than Lavandula Officinalis. The flowering period runs from February to October, when it grows a spectacular purple flower all over.
It needs a lot of sun and little watering. It prefers dry and sandy soils.
It is recommended to prune it once a year, preferably when summer ends so that it maintains its rounded shape.