The ultimate plant care guide for taking care of Lavender plants
When it comes to lavender, there are two types that make great houseplants: English lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) and French lavender (Lavandula stoechas). While both types of lavender need about the same amount of care, English lavender is a bit more forgiving than French lavender, making it a better choice for beginners. In this ultimate plant care guide, there are a few tips for taking care of your lavender plants!
To give you the best chance to take care of this plant, we've broken down the caring process into a few different steps. These steps are designed to provide you with the most in-depth information to teach you everything you need to know about caring for your plant.
How to take care of Lavender
With a little care, your lavender plant will thrive and fill your home with its lovely fragrance!
1. How to take care of Lavender
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In this plant care guide we'll look at how you can take care of your lavender plants, from the time you bring them home until they have grown into healthy and happy plants in your house!
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Frequently asked questions
How should you water the Lavender?
The Lavender likes to grow in a dry environment and should only be watered when the soil is completely dry.
How much sunlight does the Lavender need?
The Lavender loves a spot in the full sun, a spot with direct sunlight. It thrives with the bright light.
How much fertilizer does the Lavender need?
The Lavender doesn't need to be fertilized to stay healthy. You can help it grow a little more quickly by fertilizing it once at the beginning of spring and summer.
What is the best soil for the Lavender?
The Lavender prefers a dry growing environment, so you should use well-draining soil to keep your Lavender happy!
What is the ideal temperature for the Lavender?
The Lavender prefers a spot that consistently stays between 18 - 29°C (64 - 84°F).
How do you propagate the Lavender?
To propagate the Lavender, you can remove seeds / bulbs from the parent plant and grow the baby Lavender's into an adult plant.
How often should you repot the Lavender?
You should repot your Lavender once every 2 year(s). This helps your Lavender to stay healthy for many years.
Is the Lavender easy to take care of?
The Lavender is easy to take care of and great for beginners.
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