Lavandula angustifolia 'Munstead'

Lavandula angustifolia 'Munstead'

Munstead Lavender

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This classic English Lavender has withstood the tests of time. 'Munstead' was introduced to the garden world in 1916, by famed British garden designer, Gertrude Jekyll. Medium blue buds will become pale blue florets once opened. It has proven to be a reliable re-bloomer later in the season,  if old flower heads are promptly removed.



Hardiness Zone: Zone 5 to Zone 9
Light Requirements: Full Sun
Height: 30 cm to 60 cm
Spread: 60 cm to 90 cm
Soil Requirements: Well drained neutral to alkaline sandy soils
Bloom Time Early  to Late Summer
Planting Time: Spring to Early Summer
Use: Herb gardens, mass planting, edging, butterfly gardens mixed borders, rock gardens, cutting gardens
Flower Colour & Shape: Fragrant light blue, five lobed florets borne in compact heads above the foliage
Foliage: Evergreen aromatic dusty grey green linear lanceolate leaves
Benefits: Deer and rabbit resistant, drought tolerant, fragrance, culinary use, cut/dried flowers, attracts bees, butterflies and hummingbirds

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