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When does English lavender Bloom?
When does English lavender bloom? English lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) usually blooms in mid June and will produce flowers for around 4 weeks. This is the hardiest species of lavender that can grow in colder climates that experience frost in winter (hardy in USDA zone 5-9) and lives up to 15 years with the right care.
What is the best time of year to plant lavender?
Lavender is a well-known and fragrant plant with gray-green foliage, upright flower spikes, and a compact shrub form. It’s native to Europe and can be planted the spring after the risk of frost has passed and the soil has warmed up. It will grow at a moderate pace, often adding a few inches to its size each year.
How tall does lavender grow in the winter?
The lavender plant grows between 8 and 24 inches tall. During the winter, the flowers die off and the plant lies dormant until the following spring. Check your lavender plant to tell if it is just in a dormant period or if it is dead.
Does lavender come back the next year?
Because lavender is a perennial plant, it will come back the next year. However, to give your lavender the best chance of surviving the winter, be sure to only plant mature, established plants in the fall. Once you have determined when you want to plant your lavender, it鈥檚 time to pick a spot.