Growing LavenderIn Humid Climates | Black Mold | Sprawling Plants | In Containers | Transplanting
Lavenders that are gangly and all spindleshanks probably aren't geting enough sunlight. These plants really do need about eight hours of sun each day.
Lavenders transplant well if you keep in mind there is a HUGE, GIGANTIC, sprawling root ball under this demure, smell-good plant. Give yourself time to work.
The best time to transplant is in very early spring and in late autumn/early winter. Try not to transplant when the ground is frozen. Water the plants well before moving them to a new position and trim off any flowering material (you want the plants to concentrate their energy on root development). After you dig the plant up, cut back and trim any damaged roots.
Transplants usually won't flower much the year they are transplanted, so use this to your advantage; keep trimming off any flower spikes and you will get a larger, fuller plant the following year.
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Purple Haze Lavender Farm and Store
The Gift Shop at the farm is now OPEN Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays!
Located at: 180 Bell Bottom Rd in Sequim, WA 98382
Farm Store Hours:
Friday, Saturday & Sunday 10:00 am-5:00 pm (May hours)
The Downtown Store is open daily-so if you are visiting us during the week-enjoy a walk around the farm and then come down town and do your shopping!
Purple Haze Lavender Downtown Store
WE ARE OPEN ALL YEAR 'ROUND!!
We have LAVENDER ICE CREAM available still!
Located at: 127 W Washington St
Sequim WA 98382
Downtown Store Hours:
Mon.-Fri. 9 am.-5pm.
Toll Free: 1-888-852-6560 Local Calls: (360) 683-1714 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lemon & Lavender Liquid Soap
Perfect for the garden and kitchen. This soap sparkles with freshness. A perfect companion to the 8 oz. lotion. Use the natural power of organic lavender to disinfect and lemon to neutralize odors! 8 fl. oz.