Lavender White Ice - Renee&
Lavender White Ice - Renee&
Lavender White Ice - Renee&
Lavender White Ice - Renee&
Lavender White Ice - Renee&

Lavender White Ice - Renee's Garden Seeds

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Lavandula angustifolia


EXCLUSIVE - No lavender lover should be without White Ice, our award winning hardy white Lavender, bred by our most respected Dutch seed producers. These compact, softly vase-shaped plants grow 12 to 14 inches tall and, if started early, they reliably begin flowering the first season from seed. The fragrant white flower bracts have an especially sweet, clear lavender scent. Long blooming White Ice shows off beautifully in patio pots and is particularly striking at the front of garden borders.

Seed Count: Approx. 25 / Weight: 0.03 g

Cold Winters

Mild Winters

Sun/Shade

Space Seeds

Days To Germinate

Mature Height

May – June

Feb – May

Full sun

1/2 – 1 in. apart
Cover lightly

21 – 28 days

12 –14 in.

PERENNIAL

Late spring/early summer bloom
Frost hardy to zone 5 (zone 4 with protection)

BEST TO PLANT INDOORS

In early spring, sow seeds about 1 inch apart in a container of seed starting mix, cover very lightly and keep at 60-70°F (16-21°C) in a spot with good air circulation. Keep evenly moist but not soggy. Seedlings emerge slowly and unevenly over 18 to 28 days. Provide a good light source.

When seedlings have several sets of leaves, transplant into 4 inch plastic pots. Provide consistent water, but let soil dry out on top between waterings. Feed every few weeks. Plant outside when plants are 2 to 3 inches tall after gradually acclimating to outdoors.

GROWING NOTES

Start these small seeds indoors so you can tend them carefully. When well established, plant seedlings out into pots filled with new potting mix with excellent drainage or in a well-drained, sunny garden spot with good air circulation. Plant one seedling per individual pot at least 8 inches wide and deep or space multiple plants 8 inches apart in larger, deeper containers. Feed monthly during the growing season.

Plants bloom the first season, but come into fullest flower by the second summer. Harvest stems of scented florets just as they start to open and air dry to use as aromatic sachets. At season’s end, shape plants by cutting off spent flower stalks down to top crown of leaves.

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