Q&As Lavender Plant
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Is lavender a perennial?
Yes, lavender plant is perennial. Healthy and mature plants can live and produce floral stems for 15-20 years or even more, if the conditions are optimum.
What is lavender plant average height?
About 22 inches (56 cm).
Can I harvest and prune lavender at the same time?
If you grow lavender at home, you can harvest and prune the plant at the same session. However, commercial lavender farmers (who grow hundreds of thousands of plants) have found out that careful and sophisticated pruning is indeed a very important prerequisite for having healthy and high yielding plants in the long term. Thus, they harvest and prune the plants in different sessions.
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12.) Q&As Lavender Plant
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