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Lavender Munstead

Lavandula angustifolia 
Lavender Munstead is a popular herb grown for its scented leaves and colorful flowers.  The small silvery-green leaves and rich lavender colored flower spikes that bloom in mid-summer and autumn are ideal to use in soaps, sachets and flower arrangements.  Excellent for containers or as a hedge.  Shear older flowers to promote continuous blooms in summer.  Water well in warm weather and apply liquid or slow release fertilizer for best results.  Plant in average well drained soil in full sun-part shade.  Perennial.

Full Sun
Height 12-18"
Spread 12-18"
Attracts Butterflies!

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