Lavender Varieties

Known by most as the Lavender of the French countryside, this lovely soft violet flower is the mainstay of the essential oil production in France. Covering the French countryside with it's fragrant blooms, Provence Lavender is a hardy and prolific bloomer. It's many uses from simple fresh cut to dried bundles makes it the perfect variety for culinary as well as craft projects
Grosso Lavender is the hardest working plant in the Lavender family. Used primarily for it's oil production it is high on the list for gardener's for it's easy care longevity.

Long graceful stems of violet/purple flowers throughout the summer make this the perfect variety for fresh cut and dried bundles. For an inspired Wedding, dried buds make a lovely Wedding Toss as an alternative to rice and when the Bride and Groom step through this carpet of Lavender it releases it's gentle fragrance into the air. It's uses are many and inspiration comes with every bouquet.
For Culinary Lavender our perfect blending of Royal Velvet and Loddin Blue brings your recipes to a new level with subtle sweet flavor.
Truly a Giant among the lavender varieties with long graceful stems that I leave longer than any variety so that you can choose to do with them what you wish from elegant dried floral displays to elegant wreaths.
With it's sweet aroma and stunning deep almost navy blue coloring, Gros Bleu is the Lavender of many uses. With its 14" stems and squared off head it is referred to as "Tete Carriee" in French, these unique floral buds make a wonderful choice for wreaths and dried arrangements.