Enjoying Lavender in your home and garden
Your guide to growing and using lavender in the home and garden
Lavender growing in Sault, Provence, France
Welcome to 'Growing Lavender' for information about; lavender, lavender plants, using dried lavender flowers and even a little about lavender oil. Please bookmark us and visit often.
Lavender is a beautiful plant and easy to grow, providing you meet a few simple requirements -
Plenty of sun and good drainage.
If you have any questions, please e-mail them. If you have a lavender event or tip to share, please let us know.
I invite you stay awhile and enjoy my cyber lavender garden.
Come visit my at Lavender Blue
June 27, 2010 south of London Ontario. Visit their site at: www.LavenderBlue.ca
Visit my blog for current information: http://mylavendergarden.wordpress.com/
How to make a lavender wand
These are not hard to make but it may take a couple to get the hang of it.
You need - FRESH lavender. Start with 21 stalks. Once you are comfortable making wands, you can make them bigger or smaller by using more or less stalks.
- Ribbon – The ribbon width is a personal preference. I prefer to work with ribbon approx. ½” (1cm) wide. You will need 3 – 5’ of ribbon.
Looking for an easy to read guide for how to grow lavender in your garden
Check out Growing Lavender, A Guide for Cooler Climates - just follow the link below.
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