Lavandula angustifolia Munstead (formerly L. officinalis Munstead) is a compact, fragrant English lavender with beautiful grey-green foliage and deep purple flowers. Named after Gertrude Jekyll's garden at Munstead Wood, this lavender is perfect for dwarf hedging and in garden borders. It is also beloved of many native pollinators.
Increasingly lavender, in its role as a herb, is being used in recipes, not just for puddings, biscuits and fudge, but also for use with pork recipes.
Pot Size: 2/3L
Common Name: English Lavender
Height and Spread: 45cm x 60cm
Preferred Soil Type: Fertile, well drained
Aspect: Full sun
Flowering Period: July – September