Lavandula vera) Famous for fragrance, the lavender-colored blossoms are used in potpourris, soaps, etc. A great old-time cottage garden plant.
Here are some germination tips passed on from a customer:
1. Pour the seeds into a jar, and add about two tablespoons of water.
2. Put the lid on the jar, and put in the refrigerator for six weeks.
3. Remove the seeds from the jar – pour out onto a paper towel.
4. Plant seeds in seed starter. I use peat. It is not easy to separate seeds, so it is OK if there are several seeds planted together – see Step 6 below.
5. Keep moist. Seeds will germinate in – yes – a week.
6. About a month after germination, seedlings can be separated, and transferred to individual cells or small pots.