Lavandula stoechas ‘Madrid Pink’

Madrid Pink Spanish Lavender
Plant Type




Overall Mature Size


Mature Height & Spread

12-18″ x 12-18″


Full to partial sun


Medium, Low Water

Flower Color

Lavender, Pink

Bloom Time

Spring, Summer

Special Features

Attracts Birds, Butterflies, Deer Resistant, Low Water Use

Container Sizes


Natural Growth Habit


Sunset Garden Zones


Moderate-growing evergreen perennial to 12-18” tall and wide. Lavandula is revered for its delightfully fragrant and useful foliage as well as its abundant showy flower display. This compact-growing variety forms a dense mound of aromatic grey-green foliage contrasted with abundant spikes of lavender-pink flowers topped with a distinctive crown of petal-like rose-pink bracts. Blooms mid-spring through mid-summer attracting butterflies and bees with sporadic flowering year-round in mild climates. Well-suited in rock gardens as an edging accent or filler and makes a good planter or container specimen. Good cut flower and the fragrant foliage of this variety can be used for sachets and potpourris. Prefers a well-drained soil in a full to partial sun exposure.

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