A semi-prostrate dwarf form to 18” tall with small gray-green leaves and large, deep violet-blue flowers in loose spikes. Splendid for edging pathways, it is equally suitable for use as a low hedge. Earlier blooming than many lavenders, ‘Munstead’ shows color beginning in June or July. Raised at Munstead Wood in Surrey, by Miss Gertrude Jekyll and introduced in 1916. Hardy to 0F. Deer resistant.