Can lavender plants tolerate frosty weather?•
Posted on February 12 2018
Once planted, yes.
After lavender is established in the ground it should survive cold and frosty conditions through the winter.
The thing to watch out for is the plants being subjected to excess water.
*The Stoechas varieties are only half hardy and will need taking into a greenhouse over the winter months*
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