Lavender angustifolia 'MUNSTEAD'
This is an old favourite, that first appeared in a plant catalogue in 1902, and was championed by the famous garden designer Gertrude Jekyll. It is thought that it may have been named after her estate Munstead Wood in West Surrey. She wrote that "...much use is made of this dwarf kind of lavender that is also amongst the best of the July flowers with the flowers making a distinct flower effect." Yet another must-have.
Height 60cmSold in 9cm pots