Lavender Hidcote Seeds - Renee&
Lavender Hidcote Seeds - Renee&
Lavender Hidcote Seeds - Renee&

Lavender Hidcote Seeds - Renee's Garden Seeds

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Lavandula angustifolia ‘Hidcote’

Our wonderful Hidcote has the loveliest perfume of all the English lavenders. The long blooming plants with their soft narrow silvery foliage and vivid, deep purple velvety calyxes make beautiful landscape plants. Cut and hang the richly scented flower spikes upside down in a cool place for fragrant long-lasting bouquets and sachets, or leave the blooms to charm your senses and attract a flotilla of summer butterflies. 

Seed Count: Approx. 205 / Weight: 0.15 g

Plant In

Sun/Shade

Planting Depth

Space Seeds

Days To Germinate

Mature Height

Feb. – May

Full sun

Cover lightly

1/2 – 1 in.

14 – 25 days

1.5 – 2 feet

PERENNIAL

Summer/fall bloom
Frost hardy

BEST TO START INDOORS

In early spring, sow lavender seeds 1 inch apart in a container of seed starting mix, cover very lightly and keep at 65°F (18°C). Keep container moist but not soggy until seedlings slowly emerge over 14 to 25 days, providing a good light source. When seedlings have several sets of leaves, transplant 2 inches apart into deeper containers. Plant outside in a well-drained sunny spot when plants are 2 to 3 inches tall after gradually acclimating to outdoor conditions.

THIN OR TRANSPLANT

Space seedlings 18 inches apart when large enough to handle.

GROWING NOTES

Because perennial lavender’s small seeds germinate slowly and unevenly, we strongly recommend starting them indoors so you can tend them carefully. After seedlings are well established, plant them out in a sunny spot with excellent drainage and good air circulation or in big, well drained pots. If given excellent drainage and good air circulation, Hardy Hidcote lavender is perennial to Zone 5. Plants flower lightly the first season and come into full bloom by their second summer. After blooming season, prune and shape the plants while cutting off spent flower stalks.

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