Lavandula angustifolia Munstead

Lavender Munstead

Lavandula angustifolia Munstead

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Lavender ‘Munstead’ is a compact evergreen shrub, that grows up to approximately 30-40 cm tall, with narrow, grey-green foliage. Spikes of small, highly-fragrant, blue-purple flowers bloom in mid to late summer. Munstead has a well-earned reputation as tough, reliable, and heavily scented plant. Its well-proportioned spikes of lilac-blue flowers are a softer, more powdery colour than the deeper purple of Hidcote, and the aromatic leaves are slightly longer, with the same variable greyish green that can appear silvery in some lights.

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