|Nana Alba has a compact dwarf form. It was introduced before 1938. It has linear silver leaves up to 1 inches long and the flowers are white. It is an ideal lavender for containers, white borders and rock gardens.
This is the classic lavender used in sachets, perfumes, wands, etc. Foliage is aromatic and grey-green and flower lavender, appearing in July and August. Thrives in full sun and loose, well-drained soil. Little to no fertilization best. To keep plants compact, prune soon after flowering.