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Munstead Lavender

Munstead lavender

Munstead lavender

Munstead lavender

Munstead lavender

Short on space but looking for something spectacular? Munstead lavender will flourish in containers. It blooms twice in the growing season, starting in late spring or early summer—so be ready to harvest! You can also grow Munstead in an herbal garden planting, or as part of a perennial border. Give it a haircut in the spring to encourage bushy growth. And be sure to harvest the flower stalks as they begin to blossom; that will encourage the next round of growth.

Sun Exposure

  • full sun

Soil pH

  • 6.4 to 8.2

Hardiness Zones

  • zones 5 to 9


  • late spring
  • early to mid summer


  • 1 to 2 feet


  • 2 to 3 feet


  • 24 to 30 inches


  • 1 inch per week or less


  • prefers well-drained chalky, loamy, sandy soil
  • drought tolerant
  • attracts butterflies; repels deer and rabbits
  • good for containers
  • good for baking and beverages

Have you tried growing Munstead lavender? What region do you grow them in? Please tell us your experiences growing Munstead lavender.


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