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Description

A great old-time cottage garden favorite from the mint family. Famous for its distinctive, soothing fragrance. Very attractive pale-purple blossoms are used in soap, lotion, lavender water, essential oils and many other personal care products. Flowers can also be dried for use in flower arrangements, tea, potpourri and sachets. Frost-hardy. Perennial. Photo courtesy of Baker Creek Heirloom Seed.

  • Days to germinate: 14-21
  • Days to maturity: 70-75
  • Start indoors in late winter. Sprinkle on moist paper towel, hold in fridge 30-40 days. Seeds will sprout, can be placed into pots and grown indoors until planting outdoors after last frost date.
  • Transplant spacing: 24-36”
  • Produce size: N/A
  • Yield: Cut-and-come again until frost
  • Mature plant height: 20-24”
  • Suitable for container growing: Yes
  • Year of discovery: Unknown; is native to many continents

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I would love to have this growing in my back yard!
Lora V on Apr 15, 2019
Cheaper than buying lavender plants. Also hoping watching them germinate will be a fun activity for my small children.
MaryGrace K on Feb 22, 2019
I would love to have this growing in my back yard!
Lora V on Apr 15, 2019
love lavender and I raise bees
Tonya D on Mar 26, 2019
Cheaper than buying lavender plants. Also hoping watching them germinate will be a fun activity for my small children.
MaryGrace K on Feb 22, 2019
My wife loves lavender as much as any plant in her extensive floral gardens. I want these for her to expand her garden. Each of us enjoy the plant as much as the flowers. The lavender will be with us for as long as we tend the gardens.
Travis F on Feb 22, 2019
Love lavender
tammy d on Feb 19, 2019
To help save bees
Kathryn B on Feb 13, 2019
Because I love the fragrance of Lavender and this is a Hardy variety.
Doyle f on Feb 8, 2019
love lavender and I raise bees
Tonya D on Mar 26, 2019
My wife loves lavender as much as any plant in her extensive floral gardens. I want these for her to expand her garden. Each of us enjoy the plant as much as the flowers. The lavender will be with us for as long as we tend the gardens.
Travis F on Feb 22, 2019
What is the name of this heirloom lavender plant and what area is it zoned for?
Jody R on Jan 5, 2019
BEST ANSWER: This is native species lavender, and is not a named cultivar. It needs to go dormant, and would be best suited for zones 4-8.

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