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All About Lavender
Georgina Robson 7 Mar 2017

Beginner's Guide to Everything Lavender Vita Sackville-West, chatelaine of Sissinghurst, suggests in her Garden Book that all gardeners should have “the good sense to grow lavender along paths or in a clump by your front door so that you can pinch the leaves as you go past”. It is h...

Lavender Beds - What to do before you plant English Lavender
Julian Bosdari 18 Jul 2016

Preparing the ground for lavender plants  Lavender is such a favourite that just about everyone wants some. A traditional remedy for burns and insomnia, lavender plants were often found by the front door in cottage gardens, and it makes sense to plant it where you pass by often, so that you...

Lavender Hedging - How to Trim a Lavender Hedge
Julian Bosdari 18 Jul 2016

Pruning Lavender Plants  There are different schools of thought on how to trim lavender plants. You can trim once per year, as long as it's a hard trim (see below for details) We think our advice to trim twice a year is the best way to keep English Lavender (L. angustifolia) looking plump ...

Lavender Plants - Choosing the Right Variety
Julian Bosdari 18 Jul 2016

With Lavender, Size Matters Selecting the right sized lavender plant can make a significant different to the cost of your planting, the speed of establishment and the final structure. Buy plants in small pots (P9) for window boxes and other plantings into cramped spaces - they tend to be only a ...

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