Product review for Hardy Lavender
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- Friday, July 08, 2011
Give it some time
Reviewed By: Virginia (Brooklyn, NY)
Like others, I felt these plants looked terrible out of the box. For the first few months they dident grow at all and I thought they were goners. Its July now, and they look healthy and I expect them to start filling in next summer!
- Monday, June 06, 2011
Almost Gave Up
Reviewed By: Sarah (Little Rock, AR)
I purchased one of these plants last year and it grew every more straggly as the summer wore on. In early spring 2011, I pulled up what I thought was a dead, brown twig and moved it to a different pot toward the back of the balcony and left it alone to finish dying. Surprise!! This little lovely has greened up wonderfully and looks as if it might actually bloom this year. I will definitely purchase another couple next year.
- Monday, January 03, 2011
Reviewed By: jacque (Manti, UT)
These plants have done extremely well. They look like death when they come out of the box, but after just one summer season, they are bigger and bulkier and flowering more prolifically than the lavender that I bought at a local nursery. I will order more!
- Monday, November 08, 2010
Reviewed By: Don (Mena, Arkansas)
Looked like dried plant when received but planted as directed in pots. I didn't think they were ever going to live but they all (3) eventually began to green up and over a period of 6 months bushed out to a nice looking, but small plant. They all had a few blooms. I have planted them all in a 4x4 raised bed in the garden and look forward to them taking off next spring.
- Saturday, September 04, 2010
Reviewed By: LJL (Platteville, WI)
We planted about 15 of these plants in the spring. They are SO beautiful in the catalog, that I just couldn't wait for them to start growing and doing something-anything. Well, they haven't done a thing. My husband continues to mow around them, but would much rather mow right over top of them. They look the same now, as they did when we took them out of the box, about 5 inches tall and kind of a grayish color. I haven't given up on them yet-but don't know why.