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Old 21-09-2003, 09:07 PM
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Default Can lavendar plants be grown indoors?

Hi, Does anyone know if lavendar plants will grow indoors (the
kitchen)?

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Old 22-09-2003, 07:36 AM
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Hi, Does anyone know if lavendar plants will grow indoors (the
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With enough light, they might :~)
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Old 22-09-2003, 12:04 PM
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Hi, Does anyone know if lavendar plants will grow indoors (the
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Lavender needs full sunlight to thrive.

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Lavender needs full sunlight to thrive.

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Old 22-09-2003, 09:06 PM
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They might survive, but they won't be happy. Winter temperatures
will be too high, the air will be too dry, and there won't be
enough air circulation.

Lavender is a reasonably hardy plant: grow it in a large pot that
you protect against hard winter freezes.


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Rodger Whitlock
Victoria, British Columbia, Canada


I'd suggest that you plunge the pots over winter if you have severe frosts.
This will help protect the roots, but ensure the pots aren't left in an area
that gets too wet. They like fairly sharp drainage.

Dave.
 




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