The Q&A Archives: Lavender

Question: I just bought a package of "Lavender Lady" seeds and I wanted to know if the seeds could be sown directly outside or must they be started indoors first. I live in New Jersey.

Answer: "Lavender Lady" blooms the first year from seed; since the seeds germinate better in a warm soil (say about 70 degrees) you can hasten the process by starting them indoors.

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