Lavender, English: Munstead
'Munstead', the most aromatic of the lavenders, is sweet and delicate. Flowers are deeper blue than other lavender strains. Long lasting, pleasant scent also prevents moth damage in woolens and discourages musty odors in linens. (Lavandula vera var. 'Munstead')
Medicinal: Traditional herbal remedy used for stress-related headaches. Also a carminative, antidepressant and calming tonic for the nervous system.
Growing instructions: Perennial in zones 5-8. Germination at 70°F in 30 days. Transplant. Full sun. Grows 12-18" tall. Space 16" apart. Requires good drainage and wind protection. Sow seed in slightly alkaline sterile medium. Germinates and grows slowly.
Packet: 0.20 g - approximately 246 seeds