Lavender Munstead, scientifically known as Lavandula angustifolium is an early blooming, English perennial variety that produces well formed 14" to 16" inch mounds of silvery blue-green foliage and distinguished, highly fragranced, brilliant violet plume blossoms on sturdy wiry stems. This heirloom variety will showcase her legendary blooms from mid to late summer. Lavender has an abundance of uses; as cottage garden companion plantings for pest control, culinary kitchen gardens for fresh herb production, essential oil production, dried for sachets and sleep aid products, for cut flower production - the list goes on! Lavender is a cornerstone plant to any flourishing garden landscape and a pollinator favorite. Munstead is the creation of famed British gardener, garden designer, and writer Gertrude Jekyll. It is named for her home, Munstead Wood, in Surrey. This variety has been loved by generations of gardeners and was introduced during World War I. Hardy in zones 5 to 9. Truly a glorious summer garden favorite! Packet: approx. 200 seeds.