Lavender plants are generally easy to care for. Learn how to create a fragrant and beautiful lavender hedge, and maintain it for years to come.

Lavender plants are generally easy to care for. Learn how to create a fragrant and beautiful lavender hedge, and maintain it for years to come.

Lavender Hidcote makes a great low-growing hedge!-Lavender Hidcote Perfect low-growing Hedge Plant  Highly fragrant foliage & flowers Very drought-tolerant & thrives in full sun Fragrant flowers last for over 10 days when cut Flowers keep their fragrance after drying

Lavender Hidcote makes a great low-growing hedge!-Lavender Hidcote Perfect low-growing Hedge Plant Highly fragrant foliage & flowers Very drought-tolerant & thrives in full sun Fragrant flowers last for over 10 days when cut Flowers keep their fragrance after drying

Love this idea for Lavender and Alliums incorporated into a comfortable outdoor living space!  Elegant & Cozy

Love this idea for Lavender and Alliums incorporated into a comfortable outdoor living space! Elegant & Cozy

How to Prune Lavender - Cut back in Late Winter or early spring as close as possible to old wood without cutting into the old wood; leave a few healthy leaves above the brown stems (plants won't produce new shoots from old wood). In Late Summer after flowering, remove all the old flowerheads to prevent plant from using energy to make unwanted seed.

How to Prune Lavender - Cut back in Late Winter or early spring as close as possible to old wood without cutting into the old wood; leave a few healthy leaves above the brown stems (plants won't produce new shoots from old wood). In Late Summer after flowering, remove all the old flowerheads to prevent plant from using energy to make unwanted seed.

Lavender: Create a thick hedge by making your ridge 24 inches wide and set lavender plants in two rows 12 inches apart. Instead of planting in parallel rows, stagger plants so plants of one row are halfway between plants of the other row. Lavender needs good air circulation to prevent disease. Keep your hedge weed free and avoid locating your hedge too close to other plantings.

Lavender: Create a thick hedge by making your ridge 24 inches wide and set lavender plants in two rows 12 inches apart. Instead of planting in parallel rows, stagger plants so plants of one row are halfway between plants of the other row. Lavender needs good air circulation to prevent disease. Keep your hedge weed free and avoid locating your hedge too close to other plantings.

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