It’s easy to propagate lavender. This post will provide detailed instructions and step-by-step information on how to propagate lavender cuttings.
You can grow lavender plants as many times as you like once you know how to propagate them from your garden.
STEP 1: DISCUT THE STEMS
Start with a lavender plant that is already in place. Make sure it’s healthy! Cut a 3- to 4-inch stem from the bottom using a sharp knife. Make sure that there are no buds or damaged stems. Also, make sure that the stem is healthy. The lower leaves should be removed and a small portion of the bottom cut with a knife.
STEP 2 – PLACE THE CUTS
The cuttings can be placed in a container, pot or directly in the garden. Make sure that the medium is well-draining and of good quality. The pot should be placed in a sunny spot and the cuttings should be watered on a daily basis. You can fertilize the cuttings once a week with an organic flower fertilizer.
STEP 3: CARE
Keep an eye on your lavender cuttings. You must ensure that the soil is moistened, but not overwater the plant.
Your lavender cuttings will eventually turn into beautiful, fragrant lavender flowers in 2 months.