Fertilize lavender - How to do it right

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Lavender is one of the undemanding plants. Except for plenty of sun, they are rather modest. So also with the topic fertilizing. Here is the rule: less is more!

Fertilize lavender - Less is sometimes more

It has become an indispensable part of many gardens and inspires with its purple flowers, its intense scent and its diverse uses - lavender is one of the most popular garden shrubs ever.

Whether in the pot on the terrace or in the bed, with regular care and the right treatment you will enjoy your lavender for a long time.

Only fertilize lavender moderately

The most important thing when planting and taking care of lavender is the soil. He should be lean and not too wet, otherwise root rot and mold would form by the waterlogging. Lavender comes from the Mediterranean and therefore likes to be dry.

Also when fertilizing great care is required. It is sufficient if you plant some compost, manure or potash fertilizer (available from Amazon) into the soil when planting. Lavender does not need more. If the soil is too nutrient-rich through the fertilizer, the shoots lignify faster and it becomes frost-sensitive.

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