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Regular, well-draining soil.

Full sun, at least 6 hours daily.

Lean, well-drained soil, avoid over-fertilization.

Harvesting Your Lavender

  • Begin by harvesting the flowers when they are in bloom, but before they begin to wilt. Cut the stems just above the foliage, leaving some stem to avoid damaging the plant.

  • Prune lavender annually to maintain its shape and promote healthy growth. In early spring, trim back the previous year's growth by one-third, cutting just above a set of leaves.

  • Remove any dead or damaged branches as they appear. This will encourage new growth and keep your lavender looking healthy and vibrant. With these simple steps, you'll be able to enjoy your beautiful and fragrant lavender plants for years to come!

Max 1/2 of the total length of the stem

Cutting mark


Life Cycle

Lavender is a perennial plant that keeps coming back year after year.


A soft shade of purple, reminiscent of a peaceful summer day and the calming fragrance of the plant.


  • Lavender typically grows up to 60cm in height and can spread up to 45cm in width.

  • The leaves are long, narrow, and silver-grey in color.

  • The stems are woody and square-shaped.

  • The flowers are clustered in long spikes, with each individual flower having a tubular shape and a purple-blue color.


Calming, floral, and herbaceous with a hint of sweetness.


This herb is a versatile herb that can be used in a variety of ways, from culinary to skincare. Not only does it have a calming and soothing scent, but it also has many health benefits. Lavender is rich in antioxidants, which can help to protect the body from damage caused by free radicals. It also has anti-inflammatory properties and can help to ease headaches and anxiety.


Lavender Lemonade

Mix 1 cup of fresh lemon juice with 1/2 cup of honey and 6 cups of water

Add 1/4 cup of lavender buds and stir well

Chill and serve over ice


Lavender Honey Butter

Mix 1/2 cup of softened butter with 1/4 cup of honey

Add 1 tbsp of dried lavender buds and mix well

Refrigerate until ready to use


Lavender Tea

Boil 2 cups of water and pour over 1 tbsp of dried lavender buds

Steep for 5-7 minutes

Strain and serve with honey and lemon, if desired

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