Lavender

Once established, this beautiful perennial herb is drought and heat tolerant. Frequently used as a stunning addition to borders and perennial gardens. Fragrant flowers and foliage have many culinary and household uses.
Lavender is naturally slow to germinate. Improve the odds by cold stratifying the seed. Sprinkle seed onto a wet paper towel, fold the towel, and place it in a plastic bag. Put the bag in the refrigerator for 3 to 4 weeks. After that, sow the seed, just barely covering with soil. Provide plenty of light and warmth, and ensure the soil stays moist. Transplant outdoors 4 to 6 weeks after sprouts appear and when all danger of frost is passed.
Optium Germination Temperature

75-80 F

Days to Germination

18 to 28

Planting Depth

1/8"

Plant Spacing

18"

Light Requirement

Full Sun

Net Weight

Minimum of 100mg

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