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LAVENDER PLANTS

LAVENDER PLANTS

Different types of lavender each have their own properties, use, and scent. Each of the cultivars grown here on our farm have a specific purpose from fresh bouquets in white or vibrant purples to straight-stemmed dried bouquets that can last years, lavender for culinary use or to distill into an aromatic essential oil. Here is a list of the lavender grown on our farm:

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Lavender Cultivars:

Lavandula x Intermedia

  • Riverina Alan                    

  • Riverina Thomas                           

  • Grosso                                              

  • Super                

  • Grosso Fat Spike                           

  • Impress Purple                

  • Gros Bleu 

  • White/Alba        

Lavandula Angustifolia                

  • French Fields                    

  • Melissa                                               

  • Royal Velvet                  

  • Hidcote Pink                  

  • New Zealand Blue                          

  • Pacific Blue                        

  • Avice Hill                                        

  • Maillette

  • Peter Pan

  • Miss Katherine

  • Hidcote Blue

  • Folgate 

  • Egerton Blue

  • Peter Pan

  • Buena Vista

  • Folgate

  • Ana Luisa (x chaytorae)

GROWING LAVENDER:

Lavender is an excellent drought tolerant plant that is beautiful, fragrant and easy to establish! Lavender loves full sun and well drained soil.  It makes an excellent companion plant to roses and perennial gardens or for use in a hedge or along a border.

For more information on growing lavender please see our blog posts on growing Lavender:

'How to Simply Grow Beautiful & Fragrant Lavender in Your Own Garden'

 

'5 Things to Know Before Adding Lavender to Your Farm, Flower Business, or Garden'

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