True Lavender, also known as Fine Lavender, is a perennial plant that grows up to 50 centimetres in height. The plant is commonly known for its medicinal qualities, but it is also used in many different ways. To name a few, True Lavender is perfect for seasoning, particularly for meat and fish, and is highly appreciated for its beautiful fragrance and a very high ornamental value. This variety is recommended for flower beds, small hedges, terraces and balconies.
Growing: sow the seeds under cover or in a seedbed in the spring. The seeds germinate in 14 to 20 days at 18-20°C. Plant out into a permanent position in 30x40cm spacings from August to September. The plants grow best in well-drained, light calcareous soils; they prefer sunny positions. Three grams of seeds produce around one thousand plants.
Each packet contains 0.2g of seeds.
Each packet includes a growing guide and a sow-by date.
Approximately 180 seeds (+/- 20%)