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1Cover the bottom of the pot with crocks, then fill it two-thirds with compost, mixed with a few handfuls of horticultural grit or sand.
2Arrange the plants in the pot in any order you like. Top up with compost, firming it around the roots with your fingers. Stand the pot somewhere in full sun.
3Neither the serrated lavender nor the woolly thyme is fully hardy, so they need to be brought indoors when the weather turns cold. The rest of the plants can remain outside in the pot.