Lavender Seed Collection, 2 Lavender Varieties Plus Instruction Book, 100% Non-GMO Heirloom Seeds of Spike Lavender and Vera Lavender

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  • Spike Lavender is frequently used for its STRESS RELIEVING, pain reducing, headache helping, and anti-inflammatory properties. The aroma of Spike Lavender is a combination of both traditional Lavender, and the sharp, medicinal, camphoraceous aroma of Eucalyptus.
  • Vera Lavender is widely held as one of the BEST oil producing lavenders, so if aromatherapy or gifts from the garden are your passion, this English, narrow-leaved lavender is the one for you. DROUGHT and deer resistant once established
  • Food Grade CULINARY Lavender enhances your favorite recipes from soups to desserts. RELAX the body and mind by adding a dose of lavender into your day. Helps promote feelings of relaxation, peaceful sleep, and REDUCES TENSION
  • Includes a 34-page book "Growing and Using Lavender". PACKED full of Recipes, Medicinal Uses, Cooking with Lavender and Crafts
  • Quality, Fresh Seed packed for this year's growing season by a REAL Seed Company!

Product Description

Get this great package that contains two types of lavender and a book how to use/grow it. You'll receive 1) Spike Lavender (Lavendula latifolia) ~25 seeds. Spike is dubbed the Portuguese lavender. The plants establish rapidly, producing silver green foliage with bright, vibrant, blue-purple flowers that attract beneficial insects. The plants themselves will reach a mature height of 12 to 18 inches tall. 2) Vera Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) ~25 seeds. Vera is an outstanding heirloom English Lavender known for its sweetly fragrant oil, dark lavender-blue flower spikes and compact growth habit. Our selection of 'Vera' is also the most cold hardy variety of English Lavender. 3) The Book Growing and Using Lavender (34 pages) Which covers... Types of Lavender; Planting locations; soil conditions; container growing, pruning, harvesting and maintenance. Uses of Lavender such as medicinal uses, cooking with, lavender crafts and potpourri. Lavender likes full sun and a well draining, slightly alkaline soil. Lavender is hardy to Zone 5. It will not tolerate poor drainage, full shade or high humidity. Space plants 3'-4' apart when planting out. Use sterile well draining potting mix when planting and do not bury seed, but merely press the seed on the surface. Keep moist but not soggy. Seeds can take 4-6 weeks to germinate, but may germinate faster if scarified by sandpaper. Seedlings that are blue-green are healthy and happy. Seedlings that are yellowish may be getting too much water, the soil may not be draining fast enough and/or the soil may be too cool.

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