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2nd year. Heirloom. Non-GMO. Lavandula angustifolia. A slight variation to the common English variety found in most gardens, Munstead lavender is known to produce a slightly powdered, more blue-colored bloom than the traditional purple cultivars. Munstead is not nearly as fragrant as English lavender, but offers an appealing variation of color in the garden come late spring. ~27,000 seeds/oz.
Lavender seeds are especially small, nearly microscopic, and can be notorious for their slower 14-28 day germination as well as having a naturally lower germination rate. Like many other herbs and wildflowers, lavender seeds experience a significant increase in germination if sown in the fall to lie dormant through winter or stored in a freezer for about 2-3 weeks prior to spring sowing. This process of cold-stratification simulates the seeds" natural habitat and conditions, helping to ensure thorough germination as if the plant had naturally reseeded itself. Lavender seeds are slow to germinate and should be cold-stratified as early as 10-12 weeks prior to outdoor transplanting.
After a 2-3 week cold-stratification, lavender seeds are best started indoors using unamended loose potting soil and a 6500k T5 LED grow light, allowing full lighting for thorough germination. Because seeds are so small and difficult to handle, try your best to plant about 3-4 seeds per individual cell or start, but don't worry too much since lavender naturally has a reduced germination rate, any extra seeds are going to help.
About Munstead Lavender Herb Seeds
Do you remember Grandma's marigolds? No garden should be without them. They not only brighten up your landscape, but are so easy to grow and repel harmful nematodes in your soil. Crackerjack is a mix of 4" wide flowers of golds, yellows, tangerines, and oranges that is sure to brighten any garden.
One of the most beautiful, strong fragrant lavenders that provide rich essential oils that can be used in many ways.
This plant has anti-fungal and antibacterial properties that have been used before for pain, burns or infection.
It thrives in full sun, well-drained soils, and best if planted early spring to better germinate with cool soil.
The plant matures anywhere from 60-90 days and can be harvested early to late summer depending on the zone you live in.
Due to needing cool moisture, it is best to sow indoors in late winter to help germinate which takes approximately 15-20 days.
The beautiful flowers will not only attract bees and butterflies but will also attract anyone with their elegant aroma!
The genus Lavandula contains nearly 4 dozen separate varieties of lavender, each one as simple to care for and maintain as the next. Once established, lavender is one of the most low-maintenance and tolerant herbs in the garden, widely known to thrive from neglect, poor soils, and full sun. Lavender is native to the dry, temperate, and rocky slopes of the Mediterranean and still prefers the same growing conditions from which it evolved.
Similar to its Mediterranean relative's rosemary, sage, and thyme, lavender also matures into a woody overwintering perennial known to live for a minimum of 5 years, even up to 20, depending on variety and pruning schedule. Minimal watering, full sun, and well-draining soil is just about all that"s needed to guarantee a year's worth of garden-fresh lavender.
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