Should I cut off Brown lavender?
The basic rule of pruning lavender is not to trim into brown, dead wood. You’ll usually find brown branches at the base of the plant. Remove them only when they are truly dead. Never cut them back, hoping to stimulate new growth.
What does overwatered lavender look like?
Look for the following signs you are overwatering your Lavender Plant; Generally yellowing leaves, often affecting lower leaves first. Drooping despite getting plenty of water. A rotting smell from the soil can indicate root rot.
Why is my lavender plant going brown?
Lavender flowers (and foliage) can turn brown as a sign of stress due to over watering, poor soil drainage or perhaps because of a pot without proper drainage holes in the base. Lavenders are native to Mediterranean climates with sandy soils, blazing summer sunshine and infrequent rainfall or watering.