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Lavendula angustifolia Hidcote

Lavendula angustifolia Hidcote

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Lavendula angustifolia Munstead

Lavendula angustifolia Hidcote - Old English Lavender
£4.79
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SKU
MA0000635

 Introduced from the Mediterranean area in the 16th century, it has become a well established, well known and well loved plant with many different varieties and cultivars. A true Cottage garden plant. Munstead is one of the oldest varieties but still one of the best. A compact form producing abundant spikes of blue purple, highly fragrant, flowers in summer. A beautiful plant. Easy to grow in most well drained soils, fertile or poor, in a sunny to light shade location. Can be used in a mixed planting or as a stand alone specimen in the garden or can easily be grown in a pot or container. When growing in a pot or other container. Use a good quality John Innes compost with 20% added horticultural grit to ensure good drainage. Lavenders hate sitting in water logged soil. Ensure you feed regularly as a hungry plant is a poor performer. We recommend Osmoscote pro 5-6 month applied in the early spring. One application gives all the nutrients the plant requires for the whole year. John Innes is a soils based compost. Often used to form low hedges. This plant has many culinary and medicinal uses, far too many to list here!

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Pot size 9cm
Height ( fully grown ) 0.5 mrs
Spread 0.5 mtrs
flowers Tall spikes of blue purple
Location sun or semi-shade in any soil that is well drained
pruning Early spring avoid heavy pruning cut out only last years growth.
Other Attributes Silver grey strongly aromatic foliage. Culinary and medicinal herb
Key Feature Lavender Munstead is one of the most compact and oldest varieties but still one of the best.
Hardines H6 ( -20 tp -15 C)
Soil Type Dry, Clay, Fertile, Loam, Poor
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