Starting Lavender from Seed

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Posted by @Joannabanana on
It's possible to have early blooms the first year. Lavender seeds break dormancy when stratified. Roll seeds in a damp paper towel, put in a freezer bag and let sit at room temperature for a few hours. Place sealed bag in the freezer overnight. Thaw, sow in pre-moistened soil mix and place under lights. The seeds will germinate within a few days and will bloom by mid-June if you sow them the end of February. Lady Lavender is a consistent first year bloomer.

 
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Wow, no kidding! by sheryl Feb 9, 2013 10:11 PM 6
Thanks, Joanna! by KyWoods Jan 28, 2013 1:53 AM 2



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