Lavender

Lavandula angustifolia
30M sds/oz.
Germination: DO NOT cover seed; 70°F; 14-21 days
Sizes: Packs, Premium Packs; 4-10” pots
Approx. finish: 15-23 weeks

Lavender is a highly popular perennial (or tender perennial) that is used in both ornamental and herb gardens. ...
Lavandula angustifolia
30M sds/oz.
Germination: DO NOT cover seed; 70°F; 14-21 days
Sizes: Packs, Premium Packs; 4-10” pots
Approx. finish: 15-23 weeks

Lavender is a highly popular perennial (or tender perennial) that is used in both ornamental and herb gardens. Considered an ‘evergreen shrub’, there are a number of different species, and hundreds of cultivars. English lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) is the most commonly grown lavender, but the more tender Spanish lavender (Lavandula stoechas) has many uniquely appealing characteristics. Tiny tubular flowers in shades of blue, purple, or white are set on numerous stems that cover the plants. The flowers are often cut and dried for use in dried flower arrangements or potpourri. Plant height can vary between 1-3 ft. depending on species and cultivar. Other appealing attributes of interest to gardeners and landscapers, lavenders are not attractive to deer or rabbits, and once they are established, they are drought tolerant.
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