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Renee's Garden Lavender Hidcote - SNV4025

Renee's Garden Lavender Hidcote (Herb Seeds) Renee's Garden Lavender Hidcote (Herb Seeds) Renee's Garden Lavender Hidcote (Herb Seeds)
Freezing Herbs and Drying Herbs

Freezing Herbs and Drying Herbs

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Edible Flowers

  • In stock. Ships from our warehouse in Northern California.

Low Growing Low Water English Staple

With this special strain, sweet lavender is now easier to start from seed. The wonderful Hidcote has the loveliest perfume of all the English lavenders. The long blooming plants with their soft narrow silvery foliage and vivid, deep purple velvety calyxes make beautiful landscape plants. Cut and hang in the richly scented flower spikes upside down in a cool place for fragrant long-lasting bouquets and sachets, or leave the blooms to charm your senses and attract a flotilla of summer butterflies.

Planting and growing information can be found on the seed packet image. While Renee's Garden seeds are not certified organic, they do not sell treated or GMO seeds and have signed the "Safe Seed Pledge". This seedline features unique varieties personally selected by Renee Shepherd for use in the kitchen or in bouquets.

  • Item Model Number: SNV4025
  • Shipping Dimensions: 4.5 x 3.125 x 0.1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.01 pounds

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April 7, 2015 - Meredith Cherry
Cultures have given meaning to herbs, flowers, and other plants since ancient times.  These symbolic meanings became particularly well developed and socially important during the Victorian era. … read more »
Submitted by: Stephanie Brown
Lavender and Lemon Basil Biscuits “A fantastic blend of flavors in a fluffy, flaky, delivery system.” read more»
July 1, 2011 - Stephanie Brown
Last week ended up with a lot of studio work and a highlight of going to a U-Pick blueberry farm. The Hidcote lavender was also in bloom making quite the display. The fruit photos were exhausting, spending… read more »

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