Lavender Plants

How Far Apart Must I Plant Margaret Roberts Lavendula to Grow as a Hedge?


tinaroux added on December 9, 2010 | Answered

How do I grow this as a hedge? How do I  grow separately along my driveway? With a bit of space in between?


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Heather
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Answered on December 9, 2010

For Margaret Roberts Lavendula, you can space them about 2-3 feet apart for a hedge. For a normal planting, you would space them 4-6 feet apart and for a hedge, you would want this tighter (hence 2-3 feet).

In order to maintain it as a hedge, you will need to prune regularly. Once a year for a taller style hedge and twice a year for a more compact hedge.

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