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Taking lavender cuttings In April it was easy to tell which of the cuttings had rooted as many were producing fresh green growth - on the right of the photo you can see some greyish cuttings which weren’t ready for potting on. Most of the cuttings had produced really good root systems. These were potted up individually into small pots again using a gritty compost To encourage bushiness the tall growing shoots were trimmed. I’ll continue to pinch out and new long shoots to try to produce a good shaped plants. Growing Lavender from Seed Sinking an Old Lavender Bush If  a lavender plant becomes bare at the base you can try digging it up and then replanting it so that the bare stems are buried. This way the bare stems will produce roots and you can then split the old plant to acquire several new lavenders Pruning Lavender Growing Flowers To Growing Flowers Menu Page