Then ‘Mona Lavender’ is the house or patio plant for you.
With cousins like mint, Swedish ivy and creeping Charlie (of lawn weed fame), it’s easy to guess that “Mona Lavender” is tough and easy to grow.
- Mona Lavender thrives with minimal care.
- If you’re known for killing houseplants this might be your success story.
- Indoors place in bright, indirect light.
- Water thoroughly when top one inch of soil is dry to the touch.
- Pinch tips occasionally to keep plant compact.
- Cut off flower stalks when blooms are faded.