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Lavender Lover's Organic Plant Seed Set includes Four Lavender Varieties, Herbalist's Garden

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Lavender is a beloved and delightful woody perennial that calls to our spirit and brings us tranquility, our Lavender Lover's Seed Collection brings four varieties of lavender to your garden. You will receive one packet of each variety of Lavender - Czech, Broadleaf, English variety 'Vera', and English variety 'Munstead'.

You will receive one of the following 4 organic seed packets:

Broadleaf Spike Lavender: 50 seeds
Czech Lavender: 50 seeds
English Lavender var. 'Munstead': 50 seeds
English Lavender var. 'Vera': 50 seeds

Please see the seed descriptions below for more information. All information is provided for educational purposes with no guarantee of results; please use all herbal products with care.

About the seeds:

---Broadleaf Spike Lavender (Lavendula latifolia)---

Broadleaf Lavender, also called Spike Lavender, is hardy in zones six to nine. This variety of lavender is native to France and Spain's mountains and will remain in flower longer than other cultivars. 

Spiritual and Magickal Usage:
- Add lavender flowers to herbal incense recipes for the easing of stress and anxiety.
- Lavender, when added to dream pillows, can help facilitate a restful night's sleep. 
- Create an infusion of lavender to create a mixture that can be bottled and misted, similar to smudge to soothe energies in the room.
- Add lavender flowers to bath water to ease anxiety and relax.

Herbal Uses:
- Add lavender to your teas and infusions to assist in alleviating headaches.
- Lavender oil helps ease the discomfort of burns and bug stings.
- Add lavender oil has been linked to treating alopecia areata; research from 1998 shows that it can promote hair growth up to 44% after seven months of treatment.

Cultivation:
This plant prefers full sun and dry to mesic soil that is well-drained. The seed is tough and will benefit from brisk scarification on fine-grit sandpaper followed by sowing on sandy soil. Keep in the light, cool, and moist until germination. Germination can take 4-6 weeks. Once the seedlings get to a healthy size transplant or thin to two to three feet apart.

Size: One packet of 50 (Lavandula latifolia) seeds.

---Czech Lavender (Lavendula angustifolia krajova)---

Czech lavender, also called country lavender, is a beautiful blue-flowered and long-lived cultivar native to Northern Europe. This variety is hardy in zones five to nine. Fragrance on this cultivar is mellow in quality but remains pervasive.

Spiritual and Magickal Usage:
- Add lavender flowers to herbal incense recipes for the easing of stress and anxiety.
- Lavender, when added to dream pillows, can help facilitate a restful night's sleep. 
- Create an infusion of lavender to create a mixture that can be bottled and misted, similar to smudge to soothe energies in the room.
- Add lavender flowers to bath water to ease anxiety and relax.

Herbal Uses:
- Add lavender to your teas and infusions to assist in alleviating headaches.
- Lavender oil helps ease the discomfort of burns and bug stings.
- Add lavender oil has been linked to treating alopecia areata; research from 1998 shows that it can promote hair growth up to 44% after seven months of treatment.

Cultivation:
This plant prefers full sun and dry to mesic soil that is well-drained. The seed is tough and will benefit from brisk scarification on fine-grit sandpaper followed by sowing on sandy soil. Keep in the light, cool, and moist until germination. Germination can take 4-6 weeks. Once the seedlings get to a healthy size transplant or thin to two to three feet apart.

Size: One packet of 50 (Lavandula angustifolia krajova) seeds.

---English Lavender var. 'Vera' (Lavendula angustifolia vera)---

English Lavender is also called True Lavender and is hardy in zones five to ten. This variety of lavender is native to Southern Europe, cultivated mainly in England. This variety is commonly grown in open fields or as landscape plants.

Spiritual and Magickal Usage:
- Add lavender flowers to herbal incense recipes for the easing of stress and anxiety.
- Lavender, when added to dream pillows, can help facilitate a restful night's sleep. 
- Create an infusion of lavender to create a mixture that can be bottled and misted, similar to smudge to soothe energies in the room.
- Add lavender flowers to bath water to ease anxiety and relax.

Herbal Uses:
- Add lavender to your teas and infusions to assist in alleviating headaches.
- Lavender oil helps ease the discomfort of burns and bug stings.
- Add lavender oil has been linked to treating alopecia areata; research from 1998 shows that it can promote hair growth up to 44% after seven months of treatment.

Cultivation:
This plant prefers full sun and dry to mesic soil that is well-drained. The seed is tough and will benefit from brisk scarification on fine-grit sandpaper followed by sowing on sandy soil. Keep in the light, cool, and moist until germination. Germination can take 4-6 weeks. Once the seedlings get to a healthy size transplant or thin to three to four feet apart.

Size: One packet of 50 (Lavendula angustifolia var. 'vera') seeds.

---English Lavender var 'Munstead' (Lavandula angustifolia var. munstead)---

Lavender is a favorite perennial of many, and it is hardy in zones 4-9, this variety is a northern-hardy dwarf staring with blue flowers. Research supports the use of lavender for its calming, soothing effects, and culinary applications.

Spiritual and Magickal Usage:
- Place lavender in dream pillows or sachets to help induce relaxation and fall asleep.
- An infusion of lavender can be sprayed, similar to a smudge, soothe the energies of the room.
- Lavender, added to a bath, will help you relax and ease depression.

Herbal Uses:
- Lavender added to tea can help alleviate headaches and ease depression.
- Lavender oil helps heal minor burns and bug bites.

Cultivation:
This plant prefers full sun with slightly alkaline, well-drained soil. It is recommended that you start lavender indoors, sowing the seeds 8-10 weeks before the last frost in winter. These small seeds are light-dependent, tamp the seeds down lightly into the soil, or cover to a depth of 1/8 inch. Transplant the seedlings to a larger container once established. Transplant outdoors once there is no more chance of a frost or freeze. Space plants one foot apart.

Size: One packet of 50 (Lavandula angustifolia var. 'munstead') seeds.

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