Munstead lavender is named for the country estate (Munstead Woods) of Gertrude Jekyll, a British garden designer. Munstead produces lush drifts of fragrant pale blue flower spikes in summer. They work great just about anywhere in a garden or around a patio and their rich fragrance attracts butterflies. They make excellent edgings along a pathway. Extra seedlings also make great gifts to other gardeners!
Seeds should be started indoors in winter 6 to 8 weeks before you plan to set them out in the garden or you can sow seeds in early spring outdoors. They tend to be slow growing the first year, but once established, will quickly double in size. Grows 1½ feet tall and is hardy in zones 5-9.
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