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Bee My Honey Munstead Lavender
Bee My Honey Munstead Lavender

Bee My Honey Munstead Lavender

$9.99

Known as sweet lavender, BEE-MY-HONEY™has the finest true lavender fragrance, making it one of the best plants for culinary purposes. Munstead Lavender has that classic fragrance you’ll love. Naturally small and compact, it requires little trimming to remain neat and tidy all season. Of course, you’ll want to trim the purple flowers regularly to bring inside to brighten a room. Drought and deer resistant, a true pollinator magnet in late spring and early fall.

Growth Habit

At maturity, this plant reaches 12-18" tall , 16-20" wide blooming from late spring to late summer. Intensely fragrant flowers.

Care

Site in a sunny spot with good drainage and average to poor soils. Like most English lavenders, it will bloom again if sheared in early summer, and not allowed to grow woody. Paying attention to spacing will give your plants the ventilation they need to remain free of fungal disease, particularly in wet or humid climates.

Toxicity

Lavender contains a small amount of linalool, which is toxic to dogs and cats. Mild exposure to lavender is not generally harmful and may help with anxiety, depression, and stress. Lavender poisoning is possible and may cause vomiting, reduced appetite, and other symptoms.This plant is deer resistant.

Known as sweet lavender, BEE-MY-HONEY™has the finest true lavender fragrance, making it one of the best plants for culinary purposes. Munstead Lavender has that classic fragrance you’ll love. Naturally small and compact, it requires little trimming to remain neat and tidy all season. Of course, you’ll want to trim the purple flowers regularly to bring inside to brighten a room. Drought and deer resistant, a true pollinator magnet in late spring and early fall.

At maturity, this plant reaches 12-18" tall , 16-20" wide blooming from late spring to late summer. Intensely fragrant flowers.

Site in a sunny spot with good drainage and average to poor soils. Like most English lavenders, it will bloom again if sheared in early summer, and not allowed to grow woody. Paying attention to spacing will give your plants the ventilation they need to remain free of fungal disease, particularly in wet or humid climates.

Lavender contains a small amount of linalool, which is toxic to dogs and cats. Mild exposure to lavender is not generally harmful and may help with anxiety, depression, and stress. Lavender poisoning is possible and may cause vomiting, reduced appetite, and other symptoms.This plant is deer resistant.