Lavender plants are one of the worldâ€™s most popular garden plants, and why wouldnâ€™t they be? Evergreen, tough as old boots, soft, silvery foliage and gorgeous scented flowers â€“ it truly is a plant for everyone.
This may be unconventional, but for plants that love iron-rich soil, just let some nails soak in their water beforehand. Once you go to water, you can remove the nails, but the iron from the metal will still be in the water.
We needed some large scale, impressive planters for our new office space . so we decided to make our own out of concrete! You can& buy these at the big box hardware store, but you can make them yourself in a weekend.
How to Propagate Lavender Plants from Cuttings: Propagating lavender is easy. Plus, once you learn how to propagate lavender plants from your garden, you'll be able to grow as much lavender as you want!
Home test to tell if your soil is acidic. Add a half-cup of water and mix. Then, add a half-cup of baking soda. If the soil bubbles or fizzes the soil is highly acidic. Amend your soil with wood ash or lime, if it's acidic.