Visit the Zen nursery
on the lavender farm for a nice selection of lavender plants for sale.
is almost here. The plants are awake and growing. Don't forget that lavender is drought tolerant but still needs
water to survive. Give them plenty of water to wake from their winter slumber and help them to grow. Then you may cut
back on water when they are showing signs of good growth.
If you are planning
a lavender garden, then we usually suggest planting early bloomers, mid-bloomers, and late bloomers. This will extend
the lavender fragrant scent and beauty of lavender in your garden through-out the growing season.
Don't forget fall is lavender-pruning time. So remember that it is essential to the well
being of your lavender to give it a nice pruning in the fall. I always like to prune ours back in the fall as it seems
to give them a head start in the spring, and makes them extra hardy through the winter. Click here to get information on how to prune your lavender. Watch a video here on pruning your lavender in 30 seconds or less. It is essential to the well-being of your lavender to prune it back every
year. So check it out and get more tips on caring for your lavender plants. Watch for your "spring wake-up"
video coming in May for what to look for when your lavender starts its annual reawakening.