7 years to reach maturity
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Cotton Lavender Overview
Santolina chamaecyparissus is a dwarf, evergreen shrub species that produces narrow, woolly, silver-coloured and finely divided foliage. Flowers are borne on long stems, they are bright yellow, button-like and measure approximately 2cm wide.
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Other uses of Cotton Lavender
Ground cover, pest control, edging, border, fragrance, walls, rock garden, bank. Summer interest. Suitable for coastal conditions.