In the garden, lavender flowers are highly attractive to bees and other pollinators, and can to deter pests, so it makes a wonderful companion plant in any garden. And guess what… it’s surprisingly easy to grow your own lavender! Let me show you how… How to grow Lavender in a container, You can grow Lavender in Containers in the room, in the courtyard or on the terrace, you can change the place according to the weather.
You can easily develop herbaceous plants with little care. However, to develop inside the house you will have to make the optimum growing position which is a bit difficult. Because of this if you have to arrange artificial light when there is a lack of sunlight. Lavender roots really do not require deep pots. Their roots tend to be more shallow.
Planting in a pot that’s a lot larger than the root ball creates more space for moisture to be stored within the pot. Lavender must have a well drained environment. Keep the pot just a few inches larger than the root ball. Make sure to pick a pot that has enough drainage holes. Lavender prefers a drier soil. Which brings me to my next tip,