Beautiful and Fragrant Lavender Vera Seeds NON GMO
Lavender Vera is also known as English Lavender and is thought to be the original. There are many varieties of lavender now with various scents and growing habits. Some lavenders are used medicinally and others in perfumes, air fresheners, soaps and decorations.
Depending on the species, you can grow lavender plants in gardening zones 5 through 10, Lavender Vera being in the cold hardy range. These perennial bushes are very difficult and time consuming to start from seed, so most people tend to purchase one year old plants at garden centers and nurseries. They are easy to care for but will deteriorate after a few years, requiring replacing.
Germination: Refrigerate the seeds for 4-6 weeks before planting. Barely cover seeds in soil that drains well, and keep them at a temperature of 60-64 degrees. Keep the soil moist with a spray bottle to prevent over watering, and shield them from direct sun.
This slow growing starter will reach a suitable size for transplanting in about 6 months; transplanting can take place either in late spring or fall. Once established, lavender plants prefer full sun and soil that drains well, even rocky or sandy soil. Plant them 2-3ft apart in rows 2-3ft apart to allow enough space for growth.