Seed-Starting and Germinating for Lavender and Rosemary (Start Early!)

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FROM THE RUSTED GARDEN IN MARYLAND

From Gary Pilarchik:

Lavender and Rosemary can take 14-28 days to germinate. They are slow to germinate and grow indoors. Once germinated they can take 10-12 weeks to get to a decent transplant size. You can start lavender and rosemary indoors 3-4 months before they are ready to go out into your garden.

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One Response to “Seed-Starting and Germinating for Lavender and Rosemary (Start Early!)”

  1. <path_to_url> Michael McIntosh

    Thank you for helpful information for grow led light distance from new seeds just planted. Upon backing out I found another help video on Rosemary and lavender which I will be growing as well thanks again

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