100pcs English Lavender Seeds For Landscaping Aromatherapy And Culinary Uses
Indulge in the beauty and aroma of our 100pcs English Lavender Seeds, perfect for landscaping, aromatherapy, and culinary uses. These seeds belong to the perennial variety, ensuring they’ll provide a delightful burst of color and fragrance year after year.
Our English Lavender seeds are suitable for all sizes of gardens, whether you’re looking to spruce up a small courtyard or add some charm to a large yard. They’re an excellent choice for the Pisces constellation, thriving in subtropical climates. With their easy-cultivation and high adaptability, these seeds are a joy to grow, even for novice gardeners.
They’re classified as ‘Happy Farm’ seeds, promising to beautify your outdoors and add a touch of tranquility to your space. Please note, the flowerpot is not included, allowing you to choose the best container to match your garden decor.
Imagine stepping into your garden in spring when these lavender seeds are in full bloom, releasing their soothing and uplifting fragrance. Not only do they enhance the aesthetic appeal of your garden, but they also serve as a natural insect repellent.
How to Plant Lavender Seeds 100pcs English Variety:
1. Choose a sunny location in your garden with well-draining soil.
2. Prepare the soil by removing any weeds and adding compost if needed.
3. Sow the lavender seeds on the soil surface and lightly cover them with soil.
4. Water the seeds gently but thoroughly.
5. Wait patiently for your lavender plants to grow and bloom.
Turn your garden into a haven of beauty and serenity with our 100pcs English Lavender Seeds. Get ready to bask in the calming scent of lavender and enjoy the sight of these stunning blooms enhancing your outdoor space.
Note: Always ensure to follow local gardening guidelines when planting any kind of seeds.
- Latin Name: Lavandula angustifolia
- Planting Season: Spring
- Germination Rate: 70-80%
- Grown Plant Size: Up to 2 feet tall
- Time to Maturity: Approximately 3-4 months
- Soil Type: Well-draining soil, preferably sandy or gravelly
- Watering: Moderate – Lavender plants are drought-resistant
- Sunlight: Full sun exposure
- Uses: Landscaping, aromatherapy, culinary uses, natural insect repellent
- Deer Resistance: High – Lavender plants are known to deter deer
- Pest and Disease Resistance: Lavender plants are generally resistant to most pests and diseases
- Spacing Requirements: At least 2 feet apart to allow for growth and air circulation
- Companion Plants: Roses, Echinacea, Sage, Thyme
- Harvesting Instructions: Harvest in the morning after the dew has dried. Cut the stems just above the woody growth, then hang in a cool, dry place to dry.