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Re: lavendula officinalis question

Donna, As long as your lavender in L. augustifolia you should be ok in IL. I 
think they must be selling 'Hidcote' as that is a dwarf form and is a popular 
variety in this area. I once had a beautiful hedge of 'Provence' but that is 
L.x intermedia and I lost it all one tough winter. My 'Hidcote' is looking 
like it might survive this winter. Good luck. I've never heard of Spring 
River but if it is a reincarnation of Spring Hill..watch out! Kathyz5

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