Lavender, Munstead English

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  • Regular price $3.25

Quick facts

  • Culinary and medicinal herb
  • Drought tolerant
  • Tolerant of low-fertility soils

Lavandula angustifolia

English lavender is a popular and fragrant perennial that is easy to grow once it is established.  Beautiful purple flowers are attractive to pollinators and beneficial insects.  Flowers are easy to harvest and dry down for use in the kitchen or medicine cabinet- they also make excellent long lasting cut flowers!  

How to grow it:

Germ Temp

Indoor Start

Germ Days

Frost Tolerant


Seed Depth

Plant/Row Spacing


6-8 w.

14-21 d.





Start indoors up to 12 weeks before last frost. Germination can take up to 3 weeks. Transplant at 24” apart. Alternatively, sow in place in early fall, raking seeds in lightly in a weed free location.

Giving your seeds a period of cold stratification may help enhance germination rates.  Read more about cold stratification in our blog post about it.

Seed specs:  Packet size- 20 seeds min.