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Lavender, English (seeds)
  • Lavender, English (seeds)

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     English lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) is a delightful herbaceous perennial known for its soothing fragrance and beautiful blooms. Here are some essential tips for successfully growing English lavender in your garden:

     

    Sunlight and Soil

     

    Sun Exposure

    English lavender thrives in full sun. Ideally, choose a spot that receives at least 6 to 8 hours of direct sunlight daily.

     

    Well-Drained Soil

    Prepare well-draining soil that leans on the drier side. Sandy or gritty soil works best for English lavender. Avoid overly humusy or damp soils, as they can lead to root rot.

     

    Soil pH

    Lavender prefers alkaline soil. You can add lime to acidic soils to achieve the desired pH level.

     

    Spacing

    Leave a space of 1-3 feet (30-90 cm) between each plant.

     

    Watering

    Water young plants once every other day for the first week. Once established, they are quite drought-tolerant. Avoid overwatering, as it can inhibit their ability to bloom. Water mature plants about once per week, adjusting based on your climate and increasing frequency after flower buds form.

     

    Temperature and Humidity

    English lavender grows best in warm but not oppressively hot conditions. It prefers relatively dry climates and responds poorly to high humidity.

     

    Fertilization

    Feeding is usually not necessary with English lavender. Avoid fertilizing this plant.

     

    Remember to enjoy the aromatic beauty of your English lavender, whether in perennial borders, rock gardens, or herb gardens!

    • Seeds Per Pack

      Single Pack: approx 50

      Large Pack: approx 275

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    • CaseyJun 07
      Rated 5 out of 5 stars.
      Sample pack

      The sample pack is perfect to try. I will get more but that was a great introduction to make sure I could grow it.

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