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Large Lavender Angustifolia Munstead. 10 Litre Beautiful Plants

Large Lavender Angustifolia Munstead. 10 Litre Beautiful Plants

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Large English Lavender Plants. Lavender Angustifolia Munstead 10 Litre
Large English Lavender Plants. Lavender Angustifolia Munstead 10 Litre Large English Lavender Plants. Lavender Angustifolia Munstead 10 Litre
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Quick Overview
Beautiful large English Lavender Plants, Lavander Angustifolia Munstead. Fully hardy for the whole UK.
Plant Size (cm)
Plant Size (cm)
20cm - 40cm
Pot Size - Litre
Pot Size - Litre
10 Litre
Anticipated Height
Anticipated Height
0.8m
Toleration
Toleration
-15
Flowering Colour
Flowering Colour
Lilac
Growth Speed
Growth Speed
Medium
Evergreen?
Evergreen?
No
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Large English Lavender Plants, Lavender Angustifolia Munstead 10 Litre: Lavandula Angustifolia Munstead is a compact is growing highly scented English Lavender, the official line is it will reach heights of approximately 80cm, but more realistically you should expect somewhere in the region of 50 to 60cm. Angustifolia Munstead is a hardy (to approximately -15) English Lavender so will do a good job throughout the whole UK. Ideal for pots and borders it is highly decorative and provides beautiful scented foliage along with masses of purple flowers throughout summer.

What to expect: These are large very well established plants that will provide a dazzling display from year one. They are potted in large 10 litre pots and will depending on the time of the year look just like the pictures taken March.

Like all our English Lavender, they are relatively low maintenance but not maintenance free. For best results plant in a sunny sheltered spot in free drawing soil lavender will not tolerate constantly wet soil. They do best in Alkaline and neutral soil but will if necessary will adapt to Acid soil.

Q: What do I feed Lavender plants with?

A: Lavender are best fed with potash, nitrogen based food should be avoided this will cause 'floppy' flowers.

Q: When is the best time to trim?

A: Best time to trim Lavender is immediately after flowering, and again in vert early spring.

Q: What the difference between Lavender Hidcote and Lavender Munstaed?

A: There is very little they only real difference is ultimate height and spread, Munstead can reach in rare circumstance reach upto one metre, but unlike Hidcote this is highly unlikely and a height and spread of around 50cm is far more realistic.

Q: What do I feed Lavender plants with? A: Lavender are best fed with potash, nitrogen based food should be avoided this will cause 'floppy' flowers. Q: When is the best time to trim? A: Best time t trim Lavender is immediately after flowering, and again in vert early spring. Q: What the difference between Lavender Hidcote and Lavender Munstaed? A: There is very little they only real difference is ultimate height and spread, Munstead can reach in rare circumstance reach upto one metre, but unlike Hidcote this is highly unlikely and a height and spread of around 50cm is far more realistic.