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    • Sandra Rouse

      lavender fields

    • Sandra Cook

      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

    • Kate Spatafore

      lavender garden

    • constance thorhaug

      Can Lavender Help You Get to Sleep? - WSJ

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