Start the seeds 6 to 12 weeks before warm weather. Lavender seeds can take a whilst to germinate and should be started early indoors so that they have got plenty of time to grow into mature plants. Put harvested seeds through a process called “cold stratifying.” Place your seeds between 2 wet paper towels, then put them into a sealable plastic bag. Store the bag with the seeds in the refrigerator, leaving it there for at least 3 weeks. Fill a container with seed starting mix. The seed starting mix should be a light potting mix that drains well. You’ll either use a plastic seedling tray or a wide, shallow container without divisions. Plant the seeds. Sprinkle the seeds on top of the soil. There is no need to bury the seeds, but you should sprinkle a light layer of soil over the seeds. Cover the seeds with 1/8” potting mix. A light coating of potting mix protects the seeds, but the seeds also need access to sunlight in order to germinate. Keep the seeds in a warm spot. A heat tray frequently works best, but another work location may also work as long as the temperature remains around 70 F. Lightly water the seeds. Keep the growing medium moist, but not damp, and water the seeds in the morning so that the soil can dry some before evening hits. Soil that is too damp and cool will invite fungus to grow, and fungus will destroy your seeds. Wait for your seeds to sprout. Lavender seeds can take two weeks to one month to sprout. Monitor your seeds whilst you wait for them to sprout. Make sure the soil stays wet whilst you wait for them to sprout, and keep the seeds in a sunny area. Give sprouted seeds plenty of light. After the seeds sprout, you should move the container to a location that receives plenty of direct sunlight.
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