Lavender Plants

Propagating Lavender


Anonymous added on February 12, 2011 | Answered

I brought a lavender plant (Munstead) inside for winter. I pruned it a bit, and instead of throwing away the cuttings, I dipped them in root hormone and stuck them in a mix of peat and sand. They are growing roots now, but it's still February, and I live in Maine. I'm wondering if I should transplant them into a soil mixture until I'm ready to plant them outside. What do you think?


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Nikki
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Answered on February 13, 2011

Yes, I would do that. They will grow well in soil until it is time to plant them outdoors.

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