Asked by: Amjad Bonelasked in category: General Last Updated: 17th February, 2020
Is Fernleaf Lavender a perennial?
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Also know, is a lavender patio tree a perennial?
Lavender is a perennial herb in many areas – that is, perennial if it gets really good drainage. Growing in a pot is an ideal way to provide good drainage. However, if the potting mix is extremely fertile, the plant may grow leaves and stems rather than flowering.
Furthermore, is Lavender a perennial in zone 3? Munstead LavenderMunstead is an English lavender that is hardy from zones 4 to 9. If you get reliable snow cover you can grow it in zone 3, as well. It grows 12 to 18 inches tall and needs little care, other than winter protection. Like other English lavenders, it doesn't grow 100% true to type from seed.
Beside this, is Fernleaf lavender edible?
Fernleaf Lavender. A beautiful and aromatic flowering shrub covered with violet-blue flowers through summer; delicate, fine-textured, ferny foliage; excellent choice for low informal hedging, borders and formal gardens; not recommended for culinary use.
How do you propagate fern lavender?
Use a sharp knife to take a hardwood or softwood cutting measuring 3 to 4 inches long. Cut hardwood stems just below a bump that indicates a leaf node. Remove all of the leaves from the lower 2 inches of the stem and then gently scrape the skin off the bottom portion of the stem on one side with a knife.