Lavandula angustifolia ‘Munstead’
Although often called ‘English Lavender’ Lavandula angustifolia is a plant of sun-baked rocky hillsides of the Mediterranean – a clue to their cultivation as they resent cool, wet soil in winter.
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Care Size & Guidance
Like most lavenders, this requires little attention beyond watering in the warmer months when the plants are still establishing. Though they have a naturally neat habit, you can clip them annually as the summer flowers fade if further shaping is desired.
‘Munstead’ is a more compact cultivar than some, reaching around 45cm across in the right conditions. In heavier soils or colder regions it may be worth planting lavender on a slight mound and/or backfilling the planting hole with horticultural grit to improve drainage.