Lavender Seeds (Organic)


Organic Lavender. Common English Lavender. Lavandula angustifolia syn. L. vera. Non-GMO. Heirloom. 2 feet. Fragrant leaves and blossoms for sachets and potpourri. Hardy plants with aromatic lavender blue flower spikes are lovely in borders in sunny, well-drained soils. Herbaceous and cold-hardy perennial shrub, lavender is one of the most tolerant and fragrant overwintering herbs in the home garden. ~ 26,000 seeds per ounce.

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Lavender Seeds (Organic)

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Lavender thrives in many climates and gardens and, whether growing the French, Spanish, Egyptian, or English varieties, is one of the easiest and most rewarding crops to maintain once established. Lavender is a cool-weather favorite best if started indoors 10-12 weeks prior to final frost. Lavender has a slower germination period of 14-28 days. Plant 2-3 seeds .25 inches deep per cell or container, transplanting seedlings into the garden in average, loose, well-drained soil in full sun once true leaves establish. Lavender can be difficult to begin from seed but, once rooted, is a low-maintenance perennial. An ideal herb for container and patio gardening. Avoid over watering, as lavender is a semi-arid perennial susceptible to leaf spots and root rot.

Seeds Per Package

  • 500 mg packet - Approximately 225 Seeds
  • .25 oz - Approximately 6,500 Seeds
  • 1 oz - Approximately 26,000 Seeds
  • 4 oz - Approximately 104,000 Seeds
  • 1 lb - Approximately 416,000 Seeds

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