Most Lavenders will not be available til mid June. Due to hand surgery late last summer, Barb missed the best time for propagation and has recently received lavender plug trays from other nurseries. She'll need to grow them for 4-6 weeks first.til mid to late June. Grappenhall is ready now.
Dutch Mill Lavender
Blooms in late summer with long stems.Poor propogation.
Goodwin Creek Lavender
Very fragrant Blooms in summer and into fall and even indoors Woolly silver gray foliage. Will withstand temperatures to 10 degrees. Will tolerate high humidity better than some other varieties.
French Fringed Lavender
Similar to Gray Dentata. Found in Spain and the Mediterranean. .Very aromatic. Will thrive indoors. Tender perennial
Attractive plump purple flowers on 12-14 spikes. Grown in France for oil production. Discovered in 1972 when disease had wiped out other varieties. Produces 500-600 blooms per plant. May live 15-20 years.We are currently sold out and will have more available in 4 weeks.
Green Dentata Lavender
Fragrant, fine-toothed bright green leaves with purple flowers. Tender perennial. Blooms well indoors
One of the tallest lavenders. Good for hedges. Has long stemmed flowers for fresh use. Does not retain color well when dried.
Culinary lavender. Silver grey foliage with deep purple flowers. Produced two crops last year.Poor propagation.
Culinary. Medium sized plant. Usually very winter hardy.More will be available in 4-6 wks in mid-late June.
Good culinary lavender. Great culinary lavender and used in sachets. Flowers do not stay well on the stems once dried.Limited number of plants for now. More ready in 4 wks. or mid June.