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Grow lavender in your garden for a beautiful scent and a pretty mixture of purple blooms. Learn how to plant and care for lavender. Discover what climate and soil it grows best in, how to prune it and how to grow lavender in containers if you're short on yard space.

Grow lavender in your garden for a beautiful scent and a pretty mixture of purple blooms. Learn how to plant and care for lavender. Discover what climate and soil it grows best in, how to prune it and how to grow lavender in containers if you're short on yard space.

Lavender Container Care: Tips On Growing Lavender In Pots -   If your winters are too cold or if you just want its fragrance closer to home, growing lavender in pots is a great idea. Click on this article to learn about potted lavender care and how to grow lavender in containers.

Lavender Container Care: Tips On Growing Lavender In Pots - If your winters are too cold or if you just want its fragrance closer to home, growing lavender in pots is a great idea. Click on this article to learn about potted lavender care and how to grow lavender in containers.

Cherry Point Farm & Market Lavender Labyrinth - Shelby, Michigan

Cherry Point Farm & Market Lavender Labyrinth - Shelby, Michigan

Sweet Woodruff aka Galium odorata - fragrant flowers in May and a good ground cover for shade where only moss will grow.

Sweet Woodruff aka Galium odorata - fragrant flowers in May and a good ground cover for shade where only moss will grow.

Potted geraniums lining sides of stairway Geraniums are so pretty. Plant in pots or in ground.

Potted geraniums lining sides of stairway Geraniums are so pretty. Plant in pots or in ground.

Horizontal canes produce more blooms than vertical ones, so be sure to tie your young canes to your trellis so that they will be able to grow horizontally. Flowers on climbing roses develop at the tips of the shoots. If you allow the shoots to grow straight up, you’ll only get blooms right at the top of the plant.

Horizontal canes produce more blooms than vertical ones, so be sure to tie your young canes to your trellis so that they will be able to grow horizontally. Flowers on climbing roses develop at the tips of the shoots. If you allow the shoots to grow straight up, you’ll only get blooms right at the top of the plant.

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