Growing tips for this fragrant, easy-care plant that thrives in sunny locations Lavender, an herb with many culinary uses, also makes a stunning addition to borders and perennial gardens, providing sweeping drifts of color from early summer into fall. With its silvery-green foliage, upright flower spikes and compact shrub-like form, lavender is ideal for creating … Continue reading The Fundamentals of Growing Gorgeous Lavender
Propagation Lavender can be propagated by seed, layering or stem cuttings. We recommend using stem cuttings or layering because you can guarantee your new plants will not be a hybrid version caused by cross-pollinating. By Stem Cutting. To propagate by stem cutting, first prepare a container with well-draining, sandy soil. Then harvest a 2-3 inch healthy … Continue reading Growing Lavender
A lot will depend on the weather, how much sun and rain the plants receive, how harsh the winter is, the type of soil that the plants are grown in when the lavender is harvested, and how soon after harvest you process it. Here on the farm, we grow mostly English Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) which are typically the most fragrant. The … Continue reading Which Lavenders Are The Most Fragrant For My Garden?