Lavandula angustifolia Munstead

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Lavandula angustifolia Munstead is a variety of lavender named after Munstead Wood, the garden of Gertrude Jekyll, a British horticulturalist and garden designer. Its a compact variety with densely packed spikes of flowers that are a bright blue-purple colour. The leaves are grey-green in colour and give off a beautiful lavender aroma if you brush past them, so theyre ideally suited to growing alongside a path or walkway. As it grows so dense and compact, you can trim this variety into a sphere for a stylish modern architectural look. After the flower fade, carefully prune back the flower stalks.
Light lavender blue Flowering time
9x9 cm Pot size, Colour
Shrubs Pot size
From July until August Height