This Yellow Lavender has
naturalized in our field, (along with the silvery
Powis Castle Artemisia
to its left) and gets very little care or water. Not really something we
recommend. To keep the bush looking good it should be watered when
needed to keep branches from dying out. And, it should be pruned by at
least a third after
it blooms in early summer. This will help to maintain a neater appearance.
If you feel Lavender should be purple and
smell like soap, then this plant is not for you. Big and bold describes
the color, shape and fragrance of Yellow Lavender.