Dwarf Lavender Cotton

Santolina chamaecyparissus 'Nana'

Characterized by silvery-gray, fragrant needle-like leaves and a compact, mounded growth habit, with tiny yellow button flowers covering the plant in early Summer. Beautiful in rock gardens or as an edging plant in perennial borders.

Water: Drought tolerant, wet soil is fatal

Hardiness: Frost Hardy

Habit: A low, dense dwarf type of lavender cotton, spreading to 18” wide and growing 12” tall

Light: Full Sun

Soil: Adaptable, demands well-draining soil

Origin: Mediterranean

Dwarf Lavender Cotton