‘Oxshott Common’

Lavender (H3) flowers, abundant, VIII–X; downy grey-green foliage; height 46–60cm; spread 75–100cm. Recommended. Later flowering than some of the other grey lings.

Wild-collected; found on Oxshott Common, north of Leatherhead, Surrey, England, before 1963; introduced by The Crown Estate, Windsor Great Park, Berkshire, by 1964. The name of the finder is not known.

Named after the common on which it was discovered.