Lavandula angustifolia var. Munstead
Lavender Munstead is named after Munstead Woods in Surrey which was the home of Gertrude Jeckyl a famous garden designer. Munstead is able to tolerate heat better than some of the other varieties.
The term Munstead is synonymous with Dwarf Munstead, Munstead Blue and "Munstead variety." This is a dwarf English Lavender variety of Lavandula angustifolia and is popular and early flowering.
Munstead Lavender Herb - 4 Plants
Munstead Lavender Herb - 8 Plants
Munstead Lavender Herb - 16 Plants
Munstead Lavender Herb - 24 Plants
Color of Bloom: Purple
Hardy Zones 4-9
Mature Height: 12-16"
Munstead produces Lavender flowers that are much bluer in color and have that wonderful sweet true fragrance that is highly desired. Learn about the other mature sizes of English Lavender here and how to start growing Lavender plants from seed.
This Lavandula is a low growing Lavender bush type which does well as an edging for paths bearing a lot of flowers making a fragrant Lavender hedge. The leaves of the plant are grayish green and narrow in form.
The dwarf qualities of the Munstead variety make it an asset to any garden and the flowers are especially attractive to butterflies. Wonderful to grow if you do not have a lot of space to devote to some of the larger Lavender varieties but impressive all the same. Munsteads sweet fragrance and lovely color make it great to use culinarily for cooking as well.
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