• Ellagance Purple

    Ellagance Purple

    Flowers the first year on large, dense spikes. Plants are bushy and well-branched. Ellagance Purple has more flowers and fuller, larger plants than Lady. Winter hardy in Zones 5-7. Avg. 32,500 seeds/oz. Packet: 50 seeds.

  • Lavender

    Lavender

    (Lavandula vera) Famous for fragrance, the lavender-colored blossoms are used in potpourris, soaps, etc. A great old-time cottage garden plant. Contains 100 heirloom seeds

  • Lavender English

    Lavender English

    This species of Lavender is one of the richest in essential oils, meaning more fragrance power both fresh and dried. Fresh flowers can be crystalized and used in candies and cakes; dried flowers are used in potpourris and satchets; oils are used in creams and perfumes. And these are only some of the more common uses - imagination can create endless more!An evergreen perennial, English lavender has a subtle blue-green coloring and sweet fragrance. Reaching 24 to 36 inches high, it boasts 2 1/2 inch, linear, downy leaves on strong stems. The leaves first open white, then turn a pale…

  • Lavender French Long

    Lavender French Long

    New Lavender French Long, also known as Spanish lavender, has a heavenly scent and brighter purple flowers on a bushier plant than other lavenders! It is especially suited for drying.This subspecies has long, magenta bracts and long, 8 to 12 inch purple flower stalks. The plant reaches 30 inches high and 20 to 25 inches wide.Grow in a well-drained, neutral to alkaline soil in an open, sunny spot. Trim plants back in spring to make bushier specimens. Pkt is 100 seeds.

  • Lavender Rosea

    Lavender Rosea

    Lavender angustifolia is one of the richest in essential oils, meaning more fragrance power both fresh and dried. And this 'Rosea' cultivar is the original, first true pink-flowered lavender! Fresh flowers can be crystalized and used in candies and cakes; dried flowers are used in potpourris and satchets; oils are used in creams and perfumes. And these are only some of the more common uses - imagination can create endless more!An evergreen perennial, Lavender 'Rosea' has green leaves instead of the blue or gray green of other lavenders.Reaching 9 to 12 inches high and 12 to 18 inches wide, it…

  • Lavender Sancho Panza

    Lavender Sancho Panza

    The first French Lavender bred especially for containers, Sancho Panza is a happy-go-lucky, quick-growing, very long-blooming variety that may be grown as an annual or perennial. Just a foot or so high, it quickly forms a dense, rounded plant that covers itself in blooms all summer long.Very fragrant, Sancho Panza fills in quickly and keeps the flowers coming over a long season, densely packed along flowerspikes 4 to 5 inches long. Each flower is 1 1/2 to 2 inches across, packed with color as well as scent.Sancho Panza takes no time at all to establish, so it's ideal for mixed…

  • Lavender, Vera

    Lavender, Vera

    SECTION: Herbs, Lavender, English, Lavandula angustifolia (Formerly called Lavandula vera) Perennial zone 5 with good drainage and shelter from wind. Leaves and flowers are esteemed for their fragrance in sachets, potpourri, and cooking--an ingredient of herbes de provence, and popular in meat rubs and desserts. Medicinal uses range from headaches and depression to insect repellent. Good in a relaxing bath. Germination is slow and erratic--give it warm very well drained soil and be patient. One packet will plant 100 sq ft when using 18" spacing in the bed. (Select Cultural Info/Seed Codes in red top bar for more details about…

  • Lavender-Ellagance Purple

    Lavender-Ellagance Purple

    L. angustifolia The beauty and fragrance of lavender, but without the wait! In the first year from seed, Ellagance Purple has out-performed other varieties, reliably growing breathtaking, bushy plants with loads of flowers. The plants grow impeccably uniform at 12-14 inches tall, and explode with lush, dense spires of perfumed blooms in a vivid, deep purple unlike any other in its species. Germination code: (1) Also available as a plant.

  • Lavender-Lady

    Lavender-Lady

    Lavender angustifolia is one of the richest in essential oils, meaning more fragrance power both fresh and dried. And this 'Lady' cultivar, an AAS winner, has a more uniform habit and it blloms in only 90 days from seed! Fresh flowers can be crystalized and used in candies and cakes; dried flowers are used in potpourris and satchets; oils are used in creams and perfumes. And these are only some of the more common uses - imagination can create endless more!An evergreen perennial, Lavender 'Lady' has a subtle blue-green coloring and sweet fragrance. Reaching 10 to 16 inches high and…

    L. angustifolia This is an early-blooming lavender that flowers reliably the first year from seed. The frosty green-gray compact mounds reach 10 inches the first year and are topped with masses of lavender flower spikes by late summer. Cut the flower stalks and bring them in for that lovely old-fashioned smell of lavender, or dry for use in potpourri. Germination code: (1) Also available as a plant.

  • Lavender-Munstead

    Lavender-Munstead

    L. angustifolia Reaching a height of 1-1 1/2 feet, Munstead is perfect along a walkway or in a border. This early flowering lavender is also great for drying. Steep the flowers in your tea to calm jittery nerves. Germination code: (1) Also available as a plant.