Lavander Plant

₹149.00

Lavandula is a genus of 47 known species of flowering plants in the mint family, Lamiaceae. It is native to the Old World and is found from Cape Verde and the Canary Islands, Europe across to northern and eastern Africa, the Mediterranean, southwest Asia, China to southeast India.

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Plants Commes in 4-6 Inches Pot.

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Growing lavender is easy and rewarding. Lavender can be grown in garden beds or in pots. To grow lavender successfully it needs well-drained soil and full sun. In arid climates lavender grows well as a perennial, but in humid climates it is often grown as an annual.

Purchase healthy lavender plants for your garden

Bring them home and water them if you can’t plant them immediately

Select a location for your lavender that receives full sun

Set the potted plants in different spots to decide where they look best

Unpot, plant and water your lavender

Provide consistent watering until the lavender becomes established

Prune back your lavender each spring

All lavender varieties require well-drained soil, especially during the winter months. To ensure good drainage, mix some sand or gravel into the soil before you plant lavender or grow the plants in mounds, raised beds, or on slopes. Instead of applying moisture-holding organic mulches, consider using rock or stone, especially in humid climates.

Once established, lavender is very low-maintenance and requires minimal watering or pruning. If the stems become woody as the plant matures, prune it back by about half its height in the spring to promote fresh new growth and robust flowering. Plants that aren’t pruned also have a tendency to sprawl, leaving a hole in the middle. In the summer, clip faded blooms to encourage repeat blooming throughout the season.

Data sheet

Plant Height
12-24 Inches
Sunlight
Full Sun
Soil
Moderate
Watering
Regular