Lavender Munstead (English Lavender) 18cm
English lavender is a favourite in cottage gardens and herb beds. It also suits contemporary garden styles and makes an aromatic border edging around vegetable or herb plots. It is the hardiest lavender and is very attractive to bees and butterflies.
'Munstead' is a compact evergreen shrub, to 45cm tall, with narrow, grey-green foliage and spikes of small, highly-fragrant, blue-purple flowers in mid to late summer
Features of Lavender Munstead:
- Fully hardy
- Super Fragrant
- Loves full sun
How to care for Lavender:
- Requires minimal watering
- Prune after flowering, cut back quite hard but don’t cut into the old wood, as this can reduce flowering potential the following year. Be careful not to remove green shoots as this can kill the plant.