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when to ws lavender and thyme?

Posted by trac2 3 (My Page) on
Wed, Feb 18, 09 at 0:29

Hello ,haven't posted in a long while!been too busy this last year trying to plant out my 1st year of ws and having to make a few more lasagna beds for them. Had alot of success with my perennials ie shastas,poppies,coneflowers,browneyed susans ,yarrow. I'm in a quandry have some lavender[hidcote] and creeping thyme seed and just not sure when I should be wsing them and what to expect for growth? Any advice would be much appreciated.

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RE: when to ws lavender and thyme?

Late February and March are good months to WS perennials in our zone. However I've only had good luck with growing Munstead Lavender in my garden.


RE: when to ws lavender and thyme?

Lavender is a slow starter, so get it going now to establish a decent plant by autumn.


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