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Found garden ideas http://lisakramerartlifestyle.blogspot.  com/. Grow Lavender Like the French - 7 Easy Tips for Anyone!

Found garden ideas http://lisakramerartlifestyle.blogspot. com/. Grow Lavender Like the French - 7 Easy Tips for Anyone!

Creeping Phlox. my favorite plant.  Just plant and it grows and grows and grows.  Such a pretty garden carpet.

Creeping Phlox. my favorite plant. Just plant and it grows and grows and grows. Such a pretty garden carpet.

Great site for everything you need to about growing Lavender...a good read before I decided to transplant my lavender to a new area in the yard.

Great site for everything you need to about growing Lavender...a good read before I decided to transplant my lavender to a new area in the yard.

Growing Lavender for Profit on Buzzle at http://www.buzzle.com/articles/growing-lavender-for-profit.html

Growing Lavender for Profit on Buzzle at http://www.buzzle.com/articles/growing-lavender-for-profit.html

Check out 44 Best Shrubs for Containers. You might know some plants and some may surprise you but one thing is sure– You’ll like to have some of these shrubs right away in your container garden.

Check out 44 Best Shrubs for Containers. You might know some plants and some may surprise you but one thing is sure– You’ll like to have some of these shrubs right away in your container garden.

Tips on Growing Lavender.  Lavenders will thrive in most soils keeping these factors in mind: They need good drainage. Banks or slopes are great places for lavenders or if in flat places, create mounds. They like full sun. Gritty or sandy loam is best, but lavenders will do well in clay if the site is amended with sand & lime or bone meal to increase pH level. Pruning is critical! Plants must be pruned ½ to 2/3’s of the growth, preferably in the fall.

Tips on Growing Lavender. Lavenders will thrive in most soils keeping these factors in mind: They need good drainage. Banks or slopes are great places for lavenders or if in flat places, create mounds. They like full sun. Gritty or sandy loam is best, but lavenders will do well in clay if the site is amended with sand & lime or bone meal to increase pH level. Pruning is critical! Plants must be pruned ½ to 2/3’s of the growth, preferably in the fall.

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