Common English lavender is a timeless perennial classic and grows one of the most fragrant and utilized herbs in the garden. Common English seeds are a “true lavender” used famously in essential oils, perfumes, potpourris, and dried herbal sachets. Common English lavender seeds grow 18 – 24” tall aromatic lavender ideal for perennial herb gardens or as an efficient and tidy trim to commercial and business properties.
GERMINATION REQUIRMENTS: Optimum germination results when seeds are subjected to Cold Stratification. The simplest way to do this is to place lavender seeds into a zip-lock bag of moistened paper towel. Place in the back of the refrigerator for about one month. leave refrigerator light on for 4-8hrs per day (optional). Check once a week and moisten the paper towel as needed. At the end of the stratification period, plant remaining seed and barely cover as light aids in germination