How to Divide a Lavender Plant?

Answer Lavender is typically a perennial plant, which means that it lives for 2 or more years. Most perennial plants propagate themselves and must be divided every 3 to 5 years for rejuvenation. To divide... Read More »

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How to Extract Lavender Oil From a Lavender Plant?

Lavender oil can be used for aromatherapy, for scented sachets, potpourri or even a simple perfume. The essential oils of lavender (and other aromatic herbs and flowers) can be extracted using a di... Read More »

How to Divide a Phlox Plant?

There are many varieties of phlox plants, all of which produce fragrant flowers in a wide range of colors. The most common garden phlox variety is the tall phlox, which grows to heights of 2 to 4 f... Read More »

How do i divide a lantana plant?

When to DivideDivide lantana plants when they are large, well-established and healthy. Look for a plant that's growing in a ring formation, instead of a bush or solid formation. Do not wait until l... Read More »

How to Divide a Spider Plant?

Spider plants, also commonly known as ribbon plants, spider ivy, St. Bernard's lily or airplane plants, are perennial members of the lily family. Easy to grow as house plants, spider plants propaga... Read More »