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Lavender is found in many gardens and sells its great fragrance there. In order for it to look nice and compact even after many years, it has to be cut regularly.
Many hobby gardeners would prefer to avoid a radical pruning of plants of any kind. The lavender would then fall apart from below and also become woody. The woody branches then no longer form new shoots and sooner or later it would be over with the rich bloom. In the clip of garden video Robert Maierhofer explains in detail on a lavender what is important for the cut and when is the best time for it.
If you want to have a full bloom of lavender flowers every year, you should definitely watch the video! Have lots of fun with it!!!
Did you know?
Lavender not only spreads its pleasant fragrance in the garden, but also repels pests. They don't like the plant's essential oils. This works particularly well to ward off moths in the closet. Hang in the lavender scented sachet, done.
In addition, lavender, taken as a tea, oil or capsule, has an antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and calming effect. This lavender oil is very popular.