Spanish lavenders don't mind acid soils, light watering will encourage root to establish during the first year. After a year, water it once a week until it is over 100º, then water them more frequently. Don't mulch the trunk, use pebbles/ small garden rocks to replace mulch. Test the soil for dryness down to a depth of at least an inch. Spanish lavenders love the radiant heat, bloom during summer, trim off the dead blooms as it will help shape the bush and encourage new growth/ blooms.
Height: 2-3 Ft
Characteristics: Full Sun, evergreen, drought tolerant when established
Hardiness: Perennial in zones 8-11
Uses: Dried Flower, ornamentalThis is my 1 year old Spanish lavenders
Spanish Lavender - Lavandula stoechas ‘Otto Quast’
Family: Lamiaceae (lay-mee-AY-see-ee)
Lavandula stoechas 'Hazel'
Springy - Color's popping in the front yard. Not much out back. It's spring, so we don't spend much time outside, we see the front yard more as we come and go in th...
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