How to care for your Lavender•
Posted on May 28 2013
Caring for your lavender couldn’t be simpler. There are two main things that Lavender plants require, water and pruning.
Lavender suits the unpredictable climate that we have in the UK perfectly! There is almost no situation where established Lavender will require watering. The long, thin, thick leaves are known for preserving water, so even in times where there has been very little rainfall, Lavender thrives!
For newly planted Lavender, give it a good drop of water 2-3 times a week for the first couple of months, but be careful not to water log your Lavender. As every garden’s condition can differ, we would suggest that you check your plants carefully and ensure that you care for them accordingly.
To find out more about caring for your Lavender Plants, check out our advice page – http://www.lavenderworld.co.uk/looking-after-lavender
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