New reply from Florexpert

Hello Carol,

A bit of pinching can do wonders! You then get more flowers.

You can also prune the plant after flowering to keep it looking bushy in its pot. Just make sure you never cut back into bare wood, French lavender would be unlikely to survive this…

http://66.39.62.53/tandm_forum/flowers/french-lavendar-plant-in-pot

Original Post by carolb

French lavendar plant in pot

Hello all

I have a french lavendar plant that I am growing in a ceramic pot, does the lavendar need a lot of feeding or is it one of those plants that prefers poorer soil.

Many thanks

Carol

 

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