Munstead Lavender

///Munstead Lavender

Munstead Lavender


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Munstead Lavender was introduced in 1916 and is still one of the most popular today. It was introduced by Gertrude Jekyll who was a premier gardener and garden designer of her time. The home and garden of Gertrude Jekyll was called Munstead Wood which the lavender is named after.

Munstead is a compact, mounding lavender that looks good in any garden. The foliage and stems are gray in color, while the cool lavender-blue spikes are covered in fragrant florets. This lavender is the perfect choice for creating fresh or dried arrangements, sachets, essential oils and perfumes.  Blooms appear in summer along 8″ spikes atop 12-18″ plants which grow 12-24″ wide. Hardy in zones 5-9. The foliage is as strongly scented as the blooms. so plant this guy close by to enjoy it’s wonderful fragrance. Matter of fact plant them all around the house to have the best smelling house in the neighborhood! What more could you want?


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