We’ve marked all of our lavender plants down by 25% and they are going fast at the farm. We do this every year as we don’t want to keep them through the winter in the greenhouse. So come on down and get some plants to put in the ground. With this cool, wet summer we are experiencing they should thrive when transplanted.
I finished my last distillation of Helichrysum yesterday and will start on the various lavenders today. We will distill until everything is done which should take us a couple of weeks so visit and we’ll show you the process.
We also had a unique group visit us yesterday. It was the Olympic Peninsula Chapter of Combat Vets Association. A bunch of really nice guys on motorcycles. They shopped for awhile and we visited over the distiller.
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I need 20 one gallon lavender plants…. I like the spike, dark purple kind (whatever that is). Is it possible to purchase them at your farm? If so, I can be there on Thursday or Friday to pick them up.
Just been catching up with your blog. We have taken your advice and now have our own blog on our website. We like you have had plenty of rain this year and are only just finishing our harvest. Glad to hear the festival went well. It was really good to meet you and Rosalind and we would like to take the opportunity to wish you all the very best for the future. Congratulations and much health and happiness. Hope to catch up with you one day and if you are ever this way pop in and see us. Best Wishes Paul ( Isle of Wight Lavender, England)
I’m so glad I found your website … it has a wealth of information. I just bought my first lavender plant at a culinary nursery and I’m totally captivated! Every time I walk past it I have to bury my face in it 🙂 I’d like to get about 30 more and put them all over my house!
I am in Indiana. I was wondering which lavender would do best in the midwest?
I am a photographer and am wanting to start some plants for backgrounds. Do you
ship and is it too late in the season to plant?
I Love your store in Sequim, but have not ever been to the farm, I wish we were able to come directly there to buy the Plants, I am so very anxious to get some in the ground at my new house……
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