Lavenders are Known for their appealing scent, medicinal benefits and lovely bluish-purple color.

Lavender may be grown both indoors and outdoors. The option is up to you based on your requirements.

Lavender needs at least 6-8 hours of direct sunlight every day to thrive.

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Only water if the plant's base looks dry. Lavender has to be watered once or twice a week.

When Lavenders are pruned, they produce new leaves and flowers.

 Lavenders should be  pruned after it has bloomed and again at the end of the summer to avoid winter damage.

Prune in the early fall to slow down the growth of woody stems. It will help  to grow more flowers the next year.

Occasionally prune if you want them to be bushier. Keep in mind, flowers are generated at the tips of the branches, and frequent trimming of the tips will restrict blossoming.

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