English Lavender Seeds
English lavender is a perennial herb. The flowers and leaves have a sweet, floral flavour, and is the most commonly used lavender in cooking. It grows compactly, and up to 1 to 2 meters tall. The fresh flowers and leaves have many culinary uses and can be used in place of rosemary. Dried leaves, stems and buds can also be used in cooking. Excellent at attracting pollinators.
How to Grow Lavender from Seed
English lavender is hardy in zones 5 to 8. Lavender seeds require cold stratifying before they can be sown. Start lavender indoors 3-4 months before the last frost. For detailed information on starting the seeds, please visit our article: How to grow lavender.