Hi all - this year for a change I brought some lavenders into the house; I have a half dozen in the cold, drafty garage and another 20 or so in the ground, but these were in small pots and had been left here by a visitor who, I thought, intended to come back for them, so they were never planted. Before it got really cold, I repotted them into nice terra cotta long toms, and brought them inside.
They're in the ONE window in the house that doesn't have a radiator under it (not counting a few that are unsuitable for plants for other reasons). It faces east but is partly blocked by another part of the house. I've been keeping these babies fairly dry, but thought someone here might have some tips on this.
Do Lavs go dormant if kept above freezing? These are starting to put on new growth, and I assume that that means it's time to water them a bit more. (Or, are they growing now because they were accidentally watered more? I can't tell, I can barely remember when I last fed the dog, never mind the last time I watered the plants.)
Any info form people with more expertise on house plants would be appreciated. Other than these, I can only grow cacti and the like, because I'm not very good at remembering to water.