Cleanliness and freshness is what lavender evokes. Who does not know its divine fragrance? Now you can have it in your garden by sowing the aromatic lavender seeds.
Long green-gray stems that are slightly hairy, grow up to one meter in height, at their tips spikes of purple or bluish flowers with 5 leaves that stand out for their aroma grow.
Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) is a Mediterranean plant that can adapt perfectly to drought, high temperatures and even survive cold frosts.
Prefers fertile soils well fertilized, but with very good drainage to avoid the accumulation of excess water that can lead to rotten roots and destroy the plant.
The best season for sowing these aromatic seeds is between April and May, their harvest occurs approximately after 40 days.
It can be cultivated directly in the ground keeping distances between each line of garden of 40 cm for a better development.
Lavender is used to aromatize any corner, with it oils for aromatherapy are made, is also excellent as an ornamental plant and is even used in the kitchen.
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Characteristics of Lavender Officinalis.
- Use: gastronomic-medicinal-ornamental.
- Aroma: intense.
- Height: up to 100 cm.
- Planting type: seedbed or direct soil.
- Properties: soothing (aromatherapy)
- Planting time: April-May.
- Soils: Fertile well fertilized, drained.
- Varied climates.
- Irrigation: moderate.
- Harvest: 40 days.