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Vera Lavender Herb Seeds. Flower

Vera Lavender Herb Seeds. Flower

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Vera Lavender Herb Seeds | Vera English | 1000 Seeds.

To grow Vera lavender, follow these steps:

  1. Choose a sunny spot with well-draining soil. Vera lavender needs at least 6 hours of sunlight per day and does not tolerate soggy soil.
  2. Prepare the soil. Amend the soil with compost or sand to improve drainage.
  3. Plant the lavender. You can plant Vera lavender from seed, cuttings, or plants purchased from a garden center. If planting from seed, sow the seeds indoors 6-8 weeks before the last expected frost. Transplant the seedlings outdoors after the last expected frost. If planting from cuttings, take cuttings from mature lavender plants in the late spring or early summer. Root the cuttings in a moist potting mix and transplant them outdoors once they have developed roots.
  4. Water the lavender. Water the lavender regularly, especially during the first year after planting. Allow the soil to dry out slightly between waterings.
  5. Fertilize the lavender. Fertilize the lavender once in the spring with a balanced fertilizer.
  6. Deadhead spent blooms. Deadheading spent blooms will encourage new blooms.
  7. Prune the lavender. Prune the lavender lightly in the spring to remove any dead or damaged branches.
  8. Harvest the lavender. Lavender can be harvested throughout the growing season. To harvest, cut the flower stems just below the blooms.

Tips for growing Vera lavender:

  • Vera lavender is drought-tolerant, but it will bloom better if it is watered regularly.
  • Vera lavender prefers well-draining soil. If you have heavy clay soil, you can improve drainage by adding sand or compost to the soil.
  • Vera lavender is relatively pest- and disease-resistant. However, it is important to inspect the plants regularly for signs of pests or diseases.
  • Vera lavender can be grown in containers, but the containers must be at least 12 inches deep and wide.


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