Fred Boutin Lavender 'Lavandula X intermedia 'Fred Boutin'
From 1968 to 1979 Fredrick C. Boutin was a botanist at the Huntington Botanic Gardens in Pasadena, California. After he left there, he came across a previously unnamed Lavandin, and proceeded to clone it. Thus, Fred Boutin Lavender was introduced to the world in 1984 and has become a long stemmed favorite among Lavender collectors.
'Fred Boutin', is an evergreen Lavender that is a somewhat large plant, that exhibits dense, woolly almost silvery-white foliage. Long-stemmed, small light blue flowers appear above the foliage in mid summer and will bloom until fall.
Mature Height; 2-4 feet
Mature Spread: 1-2 feet
Item Name: Fred Boutin Lavender 3-1/2" Pot Item Number: 9030
Item Name: Fred Boutin Lavender 3-1/2" Pot Flat or 18 Pots Item Number: 9031