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Propagating-SUCCULENTS- I have been doing this for a longtime - BREAK OFF a leave and leave it for a day or two to dry out at the bottom. I use cutting sand -bought from my Garden Centre. I pour it into one big dish or multiple dishes ,water it. pop the leave into the sand a little bit, some people just lay them on the sand, I dont. Water to keep the sand from drying out. SOON you will have a little tiny minature of the original growing. Use this to make gifts galore
Lavender- Can be a bit tricky to grow, but it can thrive in the right conditions. It likes it hot, sunny, and dry. mix a bit of sand in the soil when planting and fertilize with lime (lavender HATES acidity!) It can get woody after a few years if not pruned regularly in the fall. Prune almost to the ground to ensure fullness next year.
Beautiful and beachy .