How to grow Mona Lavender

Written by Maggie

Oct 19 2021

How to grow Mona Lavender

The Mona Lavender needs to grow in fertile, alkaline soil to give it plenty of light. In summer, place it in hafe-shade places. In winter, the temperature should be controlled above 10 ° C.At ordinary times every 2 ~ 3 days pour water. Organic fertilizer is applied every 15 to 20 days and can be propagated by seeding method.

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Mona Lavender

1. Soil needs for Mona Lavender

Mona lavender root is more developed, and we need to prepare loose breathable, good drainage, high fertility alkaline soil as a substrate. Generally, laterite, saprolite and lime can be used to mix and prepare the soil according to the ratio of 5:3:2. Such soil can promote the growth of Mona lavender better.

2. Shine light on Mona Lavender

Mona's lavender is a long-sun plant. We must give its sufficient illumination at ordinary times, making branches differentiated below sunshine. If you don't get enough light, it's likely that mona lavenders won't be able to produce beautiful flowers. And when summer, put it in a half-shade place to conserve.In winter, it not only needs enough light, but also we need to control the temperature more than 10℃.

Mona Lavender

3. Mona Lavender water and fertilizer management

For how to raise mona lavender, usually give mona lavender water every 2 ~ 3 days. Spray the soil with water once a day in summer. In winter, water less frequently and every 10 days. Fertilizing it with organic fertilizer every 15 to 20 days during its growth can produce beautiful flowers.

4. Mona Lavender Reproductive method

In fact, the most commonly used reproductive method of mona lavender is sowing and breeding. First, prepare some plump seeds and soak them in water for a day.  Then sow them in soil suitable for growth. The temperature was controlled at about 20℃, and the seeds took root and germinated after waiting for a week.
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Mona Lavender