Re: Lavender (seeds from La Provence)

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Posted by Barbara Lyle on October 07, 2002 at 05:31:06:

In Reply to: Re: Lavender (seeds from La Provence) posted by Marsha Godsey on September 18, 2002 at 13:18:01:

: : I just received a packet of lavender seeds from France. They were a gift and being that I don't want to screw them up, I need any and all help. I live in Tampa, Florida. Please tell me everything.... what to do, what to expect, how quickly will I see results, will they do well and will they keep on coming back?
: Thanks so much.
: : Karin Liss
: : Karin - I live in St. Petersburg and also received a packet of lavender seeds from France. Since the directions were in French, plus I wasn't sure how our climate compared, I finally called the Pinellas County Horticulturalist. He told me that our climate is really too humid, so the plants will not live year to year. He suggested that I wait until late October or November, plant them in the little peat pots to get them started. After there is a plant, move to either a well drained pot or sunny spot in the garden. He said regular potting soil will work. If it they do bloom, that's good, but they will probably wilt (just like we humans do) by next August. Did you ever learn anything differently?
: :Marsha Godsey
I live in Texas and have seeds from Fr.How must I care for them after planting? Barbara LYle

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