Bergamot, Lavender (Monarda fistulosa), packet of 100 seeds
Family: Mint (Lamiaceae)
Hardy to Zones 3 to 10
Herbaceous perennial native to western united states. Makes tight clusters of lavender, long-tubed flowers that attract hummingbirds and children to nibble. Fantastic fresh cut flower and tasty tea herb. Sow in spring, by sprinkling seed in pots or on surface of a prepared seed bed, working in shallowly with fingers, and tamping well. Keep evenly moist until germination, which takes 1 to 3 weeks. Thin or transplant to 1 foot apart.
100 seeds/pkt., Open Pollinated, Untreated, NO GMO’s
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Nick E (verified owner) –
Sowed a 6 pack with 1-2 seed per cell, then transplanted into various beds in yard by May. They didn’t do much that year other than persist. Overwintered great into thick clusters. No flowers year 1, I imagine that’s typical? Expecting some great production this summer. This 1 picture is was the other 6 clusters resemble.
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