Lavendar plant - Knowledgebase Question

Name: Patricia Duncan
KansasCity, MO
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Question by pduncan9
April 1, 2007
I have some Lavendar that I left in a pot during the Winter. Can I transplant it in the ground and what would be the best time??


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Answer from NGA
April 1, 2007
If your lavender survived the winter, you could transplant it into the ground. Lavender requires a well drained soil, and the pH should be near neutral. If your soil is clay based, you might need to put it in a raised bed to provide the kind of well drained soil conditions it needs.

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