Lavenders and roses complement each other excellently. They share the same needs – limy soil, sunny location, moreover lavenders chase away the parasites of roses, so gardeners have been gladly planting them side by side. On top of that they also complement each other in a bouquet as dried blossoms.
Read more: Lavender and rose – Photos
Lavender is an explicitly excellent honey producing plant, an endless lavender plantation is a real bee’s paradise.
Read more: Bees and lavender – Photos
Endless sea with blue-purple waves, fascinating scent, this is what a blossoming lavender field looks like.
Read more: Lavender fields from around the world – Photos
The names of lavender and France, more exactly Provence are almost connected, endless lavender fields, countless lavender bouquets and a profusion of festivals.
Read more: Bulgaria is the Gold medallist – In Lavender production
The third method of multiplication is next in our lavender multiplication series, that we related to before in the article about propagation, namely when we cut pieces off from the original plant, but at a time when they already had roots.
Read more: Propagation by layering – Lavender propagation mound layering and simple layering
After the previous description, – about propagation- let’s list how lavender can be nurtured from a seed.
Read more: Lavender propagation from seed – lavender sowing-seed
The first part of our three part article series about lavender multiplication is about cuttings. Let’s clone lavender!
Read more: Lavender cuttings
If we only have a very little lavender at our disposal, but we are longing for some kind of very decorative, long lasting, dryable gift item, we should prepare a lavender heart braided on wire! It may even be prepared well in advance for Valentine’s day.
Read more: Lavender heart wreath
At first glance perhaps you wouldn’t even believe, that these beautiful “Mediterranean” lavender fields are in England.
Read more: Lavender fields in England
In the Pannonhalma garden lavender is produced on about 7,5 acres (3 hectares) without any chemical treatment. The seedlings necessary for planting are cultivated here, as well. The lavenders are harvested with a manual method and lavender oil is
Read more: Lavender distilleries – Hungary – Abbey of Pannonhalma Medicinal-plant garden
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