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Lavender Munstead, English Lavender - Future Forests
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Lavender Munstead, English Lavender - Future Forests

Lavender Munstead, English Lavender

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Lavandula angustifolia Munstead Lavender is up there in the top-ten favourite garden plants, both for its relative ease of cultivation, its beautiful looks and scent and of course its culinary uses. Wikipedia grandly refers to it as native to the 'Old World' (the Eastern Hemisphere), which seems only fitting for such a sublime plant. And did yo...

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Pinus radiata - Monterey Pine - Future Forests

Pinus radiata - Monterey Pine

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Monterey pine A beautiful tree to plant in many situations, Pinus radiata is a medium size, but fast growing tree. Monterey pine has become one of the most planted trees in the world thanks to its growth rate, good quality timber, and its minimal soil requirements. Site: Tolerates exposureSoil: Well drained, prefers acid but lime is good tooPosi...

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