Pruning Lavender – The right way to care for your plants

Most lavender brambles begin from a cutting taken from a Mother plants. This frequently functions admirably. Developing lavender from seeds may sound like a smart thought, yet it tends to be troublesome. It is elusive the seeds and they have a short time span of usability (regardless of whether you discover them, they may not develop). What’s more, it can set aside a long effort to develop the seeds into sizeable hedges. The most troublesome circumstance is that the most well known lavender assortments do not make seeds!

Pruning Lavender

It is critical to prune lavender so as to keeping up a youthful, sound bramble. When pruning lavender, the key is to start when plants are youthful and still in pots. Squeeze out new development to help sidelong stretching. Remove the blossom buds in the principal year with the goal that you will get a bigger shrub and more spikes in the second year. Cut back the plant at yearly. In the event that you prune the plant in the fall, do it well progress of time of a hard stop. You can without much of a stretch utilize a weed eater or a support trimmer when pruning lavender. You can likewise prune the plant after it blossoms I the spring or late-spring. When you do prune lavender, ensure that the leaves are as yet green.

Cut off around 1/3 off of the plant and shape it into a hill. This supports new development. On the off chance that you do this consistently, it will ensure your plants do not get excessively woody and knotty. You can start this pruning in the second year. In the event that you did not prune the plant when it was youthful, it may not endure a noteworthy pruning. In the event that the shrub is 3 years or more established and you have never pruned Lavendel snoeien might be in an ideal situation supplanting the shrubbery. On the off chance that there is as yet youthful development over the wood part of the arrangement, you can start with a light pruning to support lower development. At that point, proceed with every year to prune somewhat more forcefully. Be that as it may, as near the woody part – however do not cut the wood. On the off chance that you cut a lot into the wood the plant will pass on.

Slice spent blooms to make sound plants. Cut off dead branches in the spring, after your plant demonstrates development. Lavenders kinds of lavender plants, as dentate, do not require much pruning except if you need to develop them as a support. In these cases, the best time for pruning lavender is in the mid year.