Planting Lavender Seed

Lavender seed can be started indoors anytime of the year. If you plan on planting your lavender seedlings outside, make sure that you start the seeds six to eight weeks prior to your local frost free date in USDA Plant Hardiness Zones 6 through 9. To begin the process of planting the lavender seed, you will first need to clean and sterilize several small containers. While you are waiting for the containers to dry, you can begin to prepare the ... Read more

Planting Lavender Seed

Lavender seed can be started indoors anytime of the year. If you plan ... Read more

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