Answer: I'm sorry to hear your Spanish lavender isn't out to enjoy our early spring weather! Spanish lavender is not quite as hardy as the other types you grow (and thyme is as hardy an herb as exists!), so perhaps it just didn't hold up as well to our see-sawing, El Nino winter weather. In the future, too, try cutting them back in spring instead of fall, leaving the tops in place to catch any snow that may fall to improve winter insulation. Hope this helps!
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