A neat evergreen sub-shrub with deep veined sugar pink flowers resembling miniature feathered shuttlecocks. The plant should be pruned hard back each year to prevent the plant becoming too woody in the lower half. We showed this plant at Malvern Spring Gardening Show in 2015 and were inundated with requests for it. These plants just as with other French Lavender types are not as hardy as our English Lavenders and need some Winter protection but worth it for the lovely show in Late Spring and Summer. A great plant for bees and butterflies in a really sunny very well drained site.