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English lavender in bud and bloom

English Lavender

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£25.00
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English Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) is a cottage garden favourite whether it's on a balcony or patio in a pot or planted out into the garden. These bee magnets smell and look gorgeous delighting the nose as well as the eyes. Strong cold-grown plants these lavender will do best in a sunny or part shaded spot in the garden.
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These plants are currently out of season. In the meantime you can find a wide selection of other beautiful plants on our website here.
35cm high in a 2L pot
5 Stars 4.8/ 5 6 reviews
Nadine, Sep 02
5 stars

Lovely product and excellent service

Deborah Palmer, Aug 28
5 stars

Good value, good service, and more importantly pleased my cousin who I sent this gift to, thank you

Amanda Best, Aug 16
5 stars

Thrilled. A lovely, healthy plant in full flower and a beautiful pot.

Miss k e campbell, Jun 10
5 stars

Well kept plant. Good condition. Lovely pot.

Sian Edwards, Apr 11
5 stars

Very happy customers and would definitely use again when getting a gift for a big celebratory event

customer, Jul 09
4 stars

Product was okay. Customer service not so.

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Care Instrictions

These instructions are sent with the plant gift

This English Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) is an easy-going shrub which will add welcome colour and fragrance to a sunny spot on a sheltered patio or planted out in the garden.

Your lavender will do best outside in a sunny or part shaded spot in the garden or on a patio. You can either keep your plant in a pot or planted out in the ground.

If planting out, water your lavender regularly during its first summer until it is well established. Once settled, lavender plants are fairly drought tolerant and so shouldn’t need watering when in the ground unless there is a spell of particularly dry weather.

If keeping your plant in a pot however, it will need regular watering. Aim to keep the soil moist but not waterlogged. You will find your lavender needs less watering in the winter.

Deadhead your lavender regularly to encourage more blooms and keep it looking tidy. After flowering cut the plant back hard to encourage regrowth next year and stop it getting leggy. With the right care lavender will continue to flower annually.

Problem Solving

If your plant starts to look sorry for itself and dies back in the centre during the growing season, this is normally due to a watering issue. When watering your plant, avoid watering into the middle clump of growth as this can cause your lavender to suffer.

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