How To Grow Vera Lavender From Seeds

How To Grow Vera Lavender From Seeds

The quick and convenient guide to growing your very own Lavender!

Growing Vera Lavender Seeds

Growing Lavender Munstead from seeds can be a little tricky, but don't worry this guide to growing Lavender from seeds will help you through the process in 4 simple steps.

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Growing Lavender Munstead From Seed In 4 Simple Steps

#1 | Place your seeds in a damp (not dripping) paper-towel. Place the seeds and paper-towel into a plastic baggie and put them in your refrigerator. Check the moisture levels daily. Your Vera Lavender seeds need to stratify for 30-45 days to break dormancy.

# 2 | Fill a shallow tray with a light and average potting soil/sand mixture. It can take one to three months for lavender seeds to germinate, so be patient. Also, be prepared to germinate them indoors.

# 2 | Find a warm spot. Lavender seeds need warm temperatures to germinate (between 65 and 70 degrees F). If you don’t have a warm spot or a greenhouse, use a heat mat to keep your seeds warm.

# 3 | Press your lavender seeds lightly into your soil and keep them moist but not overly wet.

# 4 | Lavender seeds can take as long as 3 months to germinate, although sometimes they’ll sprout in as little as 14 days

# 4 | Transfer seedlings to 2-inch-wide pots when seedlings have sprouted several sets of leaves. Lavender is a slow grower and may take three to six months to reach transplanting size.

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