[Dwarf Munstead] - Popular herb has long lasting fragrant
leaves and blue flowers. Pre-chill seeds for two weeks before
sowing indoors in January. Blooms in the second year. Prune after
blooming and fertilize in the fall. Mulch to protect in winter
in open areas. Cut just before flowers open for bouquets. Dry
for use in potpourri, sachets and teas. Companion plant for roses.
Prefers dry, sunny location.
Maturity:90 days - Habit: Perennial - Preservation: Dry