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Jun 16, Once your lavender plant has had one year to establish itself, you’ll need to prune it once a year. The best time for when to prune lavender is in the spring just as the new growth is starting to come in. How to Prune Lavender. When pruning lavender, it’s important to start out with a sharp, clean set of pruning shears. Wipe down the blades of your pruning shears with rubbing alcohol or bleach Estimated Reading Time: 1 min.

Prune right after the first flowering and again in late August after the last flush has faded. Cut off about 2/3 of the plant’s height or to just above the bottom two sets of leaves on each stem. Take care not to cut into the woody part of the plant which can cause damage.

Twice a year pruning will keep your plant healthy and treelop.pwg: Inverness FL. Cut back the top one-third of the lavender plant in late winter or early spring, when new growth begins near the base of the plant. Shape the plant lightly to retain its mounded form and cut out Missing: Inverness FL. Cut flowering lavender stems when approximately three or four of the florets have opened on each stem to harvest flowers for drying or for use in floral arrangements or bouquets.

To harvest flower Missing: Inverness FL. It's not really necessary, just could be more aesthetically-pleasing. While some lavenders can live for many years, the average one is past its best after years, so, come spring, take a heap of cuttings and start new plants. I've cut back lavender to bare, old wood with not a leaf in sight and had it bounce back. I've also have my failures!Missing: Inverness FL.





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