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Munstead Lavender

Munstead Lavender is an old favourite.  It is a dwarf variety of Lavender and therefore suitable for planting in smaller urban gardens or in containers. It can be used effectively to make a low growing fragrant hedge.  Worth growing as bees flock around the flowers as a nectar source in mid to late summer, providing a much needed source of pollination.

  • Latin Name: Lavandula angustifolia 'Munstead'

    Type: Evergreen, Perennial

    Soil Type: Well drained

    Where should I plant this variety? Full sun

    How tall does it grow? Approx 60cm

    How much space does it need? 50cm

    When does it flower? Late summer

    Top care tips: Prune back regularly, especially after flowering.