Lavender - English (Lavandula angustifolia) English Lavender Non GMO & Organic Lavendula Herb
Makes a fantastic garden plant. Vibrant aromatic purple flowers appear in late spring to early summer. Flowers are edible and are the most popular choice for culinary purposes, given its mild, peppery floral flavor. The highly aromatic flower buds, leaves, and stems of lavender can be used fresh or dried in dishes ranging from sweet floral desserts to heartier meat dishes.
- This variety is a herbaceous perennial with a semi-woody growth habit. Also grown to produce leaves and flowers for sachets, potpourri, and essential oils
- This plant typically grows to 2 to 3 feet tall, with narrow, gray-green leaves (a little over 2 inches long) on square stems. In warmer climates, the leaves may be evergreen. It has a moderately slow growth rate and gets a little bigger each year, as its woody base gradually expands, and new growth extends several inches during the warm season.
- Sow seeds indoors - best started as seedlings six weeks before the last frost; plant seedlings out after risk of last frost has passed with a spacing of 1 to 3 feet apart.
- This aromatic plant repels deer and cats!
- Seed Count: 50