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lavendula officinalis question

DH has been reading the newspaper ads again :(

He seems to think that I should order a hardy lavender (listed as
lavendula officinalis) for his garden railroad. 

#1 is this really hardy in zone 5, Northeast Illinois?

#2 this ad is very misleading, IMHO, as it claims it only gets 1 1/2ft
tall? I think they are talking blooms, not entire plant size.

#3 Spring River Nursery? Anyone ever heard of them?

I did a google search for the plant, got tons of herbal uses, but not
much about the plant... so those who are better at searching or have
some info on this plant.... Help!


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