These instructions are sent with the plant gift
Lavender is usually grown outside, but young plants are quite happy indoors for a very short time.
Try and choose a cool spot with plenty of sunlight. If you have a garden, a patio or a window box then your lavender will appreciate the great outdoors. Indoors you just need to watch that your plant doesn’t get too hot or dry in sunny spells.
While in pots, plants will need daily watering, especially in a warm room. Water from the top and stand in shallow water if you are not going to be checking them every day.
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 and can be planted out in the garden in sheltered sunny spot.
Be careful not to allow your plant to dry out inside, err on the side of over watering rather than under watering.