After the new fence on the right of the front garden was painted, I set too, digging up 3 very old lavenders to replace them with new plants. They have naturally set seeds over the years and given me new plants but I felt like a change.
Did you know, when you lavender gets too big and bare stemmed towards the bottom, you can dig up the whole thing carefully in Autumn, dig a deeper hole and replant it right down to where its new tips start?
These 3 have already had that done twice but were now finished. Here are the new plants to replace them. The first is Broom 'Lena', which has orange red flowers, slowing about to emerge. It will grow to about 4 feet: