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Why Lavenders Don’t Need Feeding

Lavenders do not need additional feeding or fertilizing as they're adapted to living in sandy, relatively low fertility soils in the Mediterranean region of Europe. Adding fertilizer will cause the...

Why is My Lavender Woody?

Lavenders become progressively more woody as the plant matures. If you do not prune your lavender every year, the rate at which the Lavenders becomes woody will increase. Pruning 1/3 of the green...

Will Lavender Grow in Clay Soils?

Lavender will not grow well if it is planted directly into clay soil. Clay soil retains too much water which will lead to the disease of root rot, however you can grow lavender in clay soils if you...