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Can you grow lavender in UK?
Last Updated: 17th January, 2020
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Similarly, it is asked, can I plant lavender in October UK?
Lavenders are not as happy on acidic soil, apart from Lavandula stoechas. It's sensible to grow half-hardy and tender types in containers so that they can be moved to a light, airy frost-free place in winter. You can plant lavender in spring, from March through to May, or in autumn.
Additionally, what is the best time of year to plant lavender? The best planting time for lavender is fall. October's cooler temperatures, low to moderate rainfall and less intense sun work well for planting lavender. By establishing itself in fall and winter, lavender is ready to bloom in spring.
Besides, where is lavender grown in the UK?
Most famously grown in the geographical region of Provence in Southern France, where much of the world's organic lavender is obtained, England also has a ripening lavender market.
Where does lavender grow best?
Lavender can be grown in garden beds or in pots. To grow lavender successfully it needs well-drained soil and full sun. In arid climates lavender grows well as a perennial, but in humid climates it is often grown as an annual.