Lavandula lanata is a shrubby lavender species that is native to southern Spain. It is noted for the pronounced silver woolly hairs on its leaves. The flowers are borne on narrow spikes, and are a deep violet purple.
It is occasionally cultivated for its attractive appearance.
- Upson and Andrews; The Genus Lavandula. (Kew, 2004)
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