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(10 Type) Lavender Flower/Herb SEEDS - Lavandula Mix - Hidcote, Ellagance Sky, Ellagance Snow, Lady, Munstead, Rosea, Spanish Eyes, Sancho Panza, Italian Lavender, Lavender Vera Seeds

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Each Set of Lavender Seeds Combo contains the following:

Lavender Seeds - Hidcote Blue (50 Seeds)
Lavender Hidcote Blue (Lavandula Angustifolia Hidcote Blue) - Shorter than the English Munstead variety and is known for its rich essential oils. It repeatedly blooms throughout the summer if the spent flowers are deadheaded. Lavender plants are great at bringing in the bees, butterflies and birds into the garden! Lavender flowers have a heavenly smell, and walking in the garden where Lavender grows is a delight as the fragrance catches in the summer breezes. Hidcote blue Lavender herb has a more erect, compact habit and darker flowers, so its perfect for hedges. This cultivar also has flowers that dry well, holding their dark blue color.

Lavender Seeds - Ellagance Sky (10 Seeds)
(Lavandula Angustifolia Ellagance Sky) - The bees and butterflies simply cannot resist the sweet fragrance of Ellagance Sky! Grow it from Lavender herb seeds, and enjoy the beauty and scent of the flowers all summer and into the fall. This English Lavender Ellagance Sky will bring years of summer pleasure to your flower or herb garden! Ellagance Sky won the Fleuroselect Gold Medal award in 2006. "Judging was based on quick crop time, uniformity, floridity, basally branched habit, and unique flower color." With its silvery green foliage and violet blue flowers, it is a favorite of flower judges and home gardeners alike. The Lavender herb is excellent for cutting and drying. Use the dried blooms in sachets, potpourri and floral arrangements.

Lavender Seeds - Ellagance Snow (10 Seeds)
Lavender Ellagance Ice (Lavandula Angustifolia Ellagance Snow) - This perennial is a must-have for the herb or flower garden! Grown readily from Lavender seeds, this white flowering herb plant is a stunning variety of English Lavender! Ellagance Snow Lavender plants measures 12 inches in height and will spread not quite as wide. This white Lavender has a dense, compact habit and loves a position in full sun and in well-draining soil.
If you have a sunny spot, this little white Lavender herb will not disappoint! Both the silvery green foliage and the delicate white blooms have a wonderful fragrance. It is irresistible to bees and butterflies, and just wait until the scent catches on the summer breezes! With a long bloom season, and a pretty display, Lavender Ellagance Snow is a great addition to any Garden ~!!

Lavender Seeds - Lady (20 Seeds)
Lavender Lady (Lavandula Angustifolia Lady) - Easily grown from Lavender seeds, English Lavender Lady is known for its ease and speed of establishment. Lavender Lady can bloom in just 90 days when started from Lavender herb seeds! It is an All-America Winner and features a compact habit, blue-lavender flowers that are wonderfully scented and will bloom all summer long.
Lavender Lady plants prefer a position in full sun, and they do not winter well in hard clay soils that retain the water. These herb plants need moderately fertile, well-draining soil, and they will perform for many years in the flower bed. Lavender care includes deadheading the spent blooms to encourage continuous blooms and trimming back the plants each spring to encourage the compact, bushy habit.

Lavender Seeds - Munstead (50 Seeds)
Lavender Munstead (Lavandula Angustifolia Munstead) - Start this aromatic herb for the garden by sowing Lavender seeds and watch the humming birds and bees come to enjoy the sweetness. Munstead Lavender is the most popular Lavender plant grown in the United States. It is one of the richest in essential oils, and it has a more compact habit and earlier-blooming flowers.
Grow Lavender Munstead herb Plants in a well-drained, neutral to alkaline soil in an open, sunny spot. Munstead Lavender herb demands sharp-draining soils, never rich, damp and soggy. If your soil is heavy, it's worth to mix in some sand or gravel before you plant, and perhaps create little mounds for your plants so each one drains quickly. Lavandula Angustifolia care includes trimming the plants back in spring to encourage bushier growth; also deadheading after flowering.

Lavender Seeds - Rosea (10 Seeds)
Lavender Pink (Lavandula Angustifolia Rosea) - Start Lavender seeds and grow this lovely rosy-pink shade! If you have a herb garden full of blue or lavender colored English Lavender herb plants, then add this pink to make a lovely contrast. Lavandula Angustifolia is one of the richest in essential oils, giving more fragrance power both fresh and dried. This English Lavender Rosea is the original and first rose Lavender plant available. Lavender uses include crystallizing fresh flowers for candies, cakes, and other pastries. Dried Lavender flowers are used in potpourris and sachets and essential oils are used in creams and perfumes. Or, simply just grow the herb seed to grow a wonderful addition in your flower garden or herb garden!
Lavandula Angustifolia Rosea Lavender is an evergreen perennial with green leaves. Many of the other types of Lavender plants have blue, grey, or blue-grey leaves. Lavender Rosea will grow to approximately 9 to 12 inches in height and will be 12 to 18 inches wide. Its green leaves are typically about 2 1/2 inches on strong stems. Stalks of delicate pink flowers grow up to 12 inches tall. Lavender care includes trimming the plant back in spring to encourage bushier growth; also deadheading after flowering.

Lavender Seeds - Spanish Eyes (20 Seeds)
Lavender Spanish Eyes (Lavandula Multifida Spanish Eyes) - Lavender is a natural choice for an herb garden, and this variety, Spanish Eyes, easily grows from Lavender seeds and is fast-growing. Spanish Eyes Lavender features masses of bright sky blue blooms with soft ferny foliage. The blooms are excellent for cutting. This variety is commonly called Fern Leaf Lavender or Egyptian Lavender. Use them in fresh arrangements or dry them for dried floral arrangements, potpourri, and crafts. Fernleaf Lavender herb plants are tender perennials. In USDA zones 8 and colder this variety will grow as an annual.
Lavandula Spanish Eyes will provide a lovely display all summer long, but to encourage continuous blooms, deadhead the spent flowers. Do not over water Lavender herb plants. Let the soil dry out between waterings. Place Lavender plants in full sun and in well-draining soil. If your soil holds water, plant the herb plants on a mound or in a raised bed. Spanish Eyes plants should be fertilized or composted with organic material regularly.

Lavender Seeds - Sancho Panza (10 Seeds)
Lavender Sancho Panza (Lavandula Stoechas Sancho Panza) - You can grow this lovely shrub-like flower from Lavender seeds. Lavandula Stoechas is a Spanish Lavender or also called a French Lavender that can be grown as an annual or a perennial. It is winter hardy in USDA Zone 8 for wintering the plant outdoors. But, grow it in a container, and bring it into an enclosed porch or patio for zones that are colder.
Spanish Lavender herb plants have a dense, rounded, compact habit, and will be covered with blooms all summer long. Spanish Lavender Sancho Panza was cultivated for container use, and it is just the perfect size for a nice ornamental pot. Sancho Panza Lavender prefers full sun and moderately fertile soil that drains well. It is deer resistant, but the bees cannot leave it alone! The foliage is grayish green in color, and bloom spikes that are 4 - 5 inches have pine-cone-shaped blooms of dark purple. The blooms are highly scented.

Lavender Seeds - Vera (200 Seeds)
Lavender Vera is a popular perennial that is often used as an ingredient in soap making, aromatic oil, and in sachets. Beautiful and fragrant deep purple lilac flowers on spikes with ornamental silver-green leaves will make an impact to any existing flower bed. This is a great herb for drying and use in sachets, vinegars and oils.

Lavender Seeds - Italian (50 Seeds)
This perennial herb produces silver-green leaves and beautiful lavender-blue flowers. Edible flowers (which bloom in June and July) and the leaves, fresh or dried, or used in tea.
The flowers are wonderfully fragrant.
Old Italian heirloom variety.
Germination 10-20 days. 18"- 24" in height

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