Heirloom Lavender Herb Flower Seed Garden Organic Non Gmo Vera English

Heirloom Lavender Herb Flower Seed Garden Organic Non Gmo Vera English

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*Note - Lavender can be a bit difficult to grow from seed. Only recommended for an experienced gardener and/or a determined one :)

Perennial. This is the tall, old fashioned, wonderfully fragrant lavender; an extremely valuable and easy to use household herb, an important ingredient in bathroom, closet and drawer sachets and potpourris, an excellent cut and dried flower for arrangements, and a most useful component of innumerable craft projects. Also, the most common edible lavender. Drought tolerant; perfect for rock gardens, or as a short hedge. Perennial to USDA zone 5, otherwise treated as an annual. 25+ Organic seeds

~ planting ~

when to sow outside: 4 to 6 weeks before average last frost or as soon as soil can be worked, or late fall in any climate.

when to start inside: 8 to 10 weeks before average last frost. Transplant seedlings after average last frost.

Special germination instructions: Start lavender seeds 8-10 weeks before the last frost in your area. Space them ½" to 1" apart in a flat of well-drained sterile seed starting mix, and cover them only about 1/8", since light aids germination. Keep the flats in a warm place, about 70 degrees, and moist but not soggy-water in the morning so that the flats aren't too wet in cooler nighttime temperatures, causing the seedlings to damp off. Be patient; seeds can sometimes take a while to germinate. Some gardeners use cold-stratifying lavender seeds to improve the germination rate. The simplest way to do this is to place lavender seeds into a ziplock bag of moistened seed starting mix and leave it in the refrigerator for 3 weeks. Then sow as above. When seedlings emerge, provide strong lights so that they don't grow weak and leggy.

When the seedlings have several sets of true leaves, gently loosen the soil around the plants and transfer them into a 2" pot or 2" apart in deeper flats of well-drained planting mix. When the plants have grown about 3 inches tall, the weather is warm, and all danger of frost is past, gradually expose the plants to outdoor conditions over the course of a week, being careful not to leave them in full sun right away. Finally, plant them outdoors 12-24" apart into well-drained garden soil.

~ harvesting ~

RECOMMENDED. 6 to 8 weeks before average last frost.

~ special instructions ~
Seeds sprout better after stratification — a moist/cold treatment.

~ additional instructions ~
- all seeds are heirloom, open-pollinated, organic & non-gmo.
- detailed instructions are included with every seed package.
- inquire for discounts available on bulk quantities.

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