How to Care for a Lavender

Lavender Plant Care

Known for its beautiful aroma, Lavender produces long-lasting violet-purple flowers that are simply stunning. Lavender is an easy-care plant that loves full sun.

Here’s how to care for your lovely Lavender.

Lavender Plant Care


Lavender loves full sun. It will flourish as long as they receive at least six hours of direct sunlight.


Lavender is suitable in a pot or garden bed with well-drained soils where it can enjoy good air circulation.


Lavender requires regular watering until established. Soak the soil thoroughly, and allow the water to drain through as they don’t like wet feet. Lavender is drought tolerant once it’s well-rooted.

Temperature & Humidity

Lavender is native to arid regions where it prefers hot and dry temperatures. Some Lavender varieties can tolerate mild humidity and colder areas also.


Prune any discoloured leaves and spent flowers with a gentle snip of the secateurs, this will encourage continuous blooming. It is also advisable to prune back your Lavender plant by one third after summer which will encourage more compact and full growth.