Tuesday, July 6, 2010

We're harvesting the lavender!

FINALLY!  We started harvesting over the weekend.  We cut about 75 bundles yesterday.  I did my first farmers market of the year last night and I have a few each week now for the remainder of the month. 

We ship fresh bundles.... on their way to you within hours of harvesting.  You get a generous bundle of fragrant long stemmed Grosso lavender wrapped in pretty paper with a ribbon.   I can put two bundles in a mailing tube, so there is a discount for buying 2 bundles.   Click here to be directed to my website to view the lavender products.  We can only ship the fresh lavender to US customers.  I'll have a separate lavender website eventually, for for now, I sell the lavender through Alderwood Quilts.

That's all for now.... it's back out to the field with me!

7 comments:

SewCalGal said...

Beautiful.

SewCalGal
www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

Linda said...

Wow, how lovely. My lavender needs tlc. I don't know why it is not flowering as before. Maybe I need to give it a haircut.

Barb said...

Gorgeous! I love the smell of lavendar!

Gene Black said...

I wish lavender grew well here. I would so love to grow my own.

Maggey and Jim said...

Beautiful, and I can almost smell it from here.
Hugs,
Maggey

Nancy said...

Lovely, thanks for bringing back a beautiful memory. Last year I was lucky enough to travel to the Pacific Northwest. While there we did go to the Lavender Festival in Sequim, WA. Aaah, the smell.

Peggi said...

Oh I love lavender. I have a bunch growing next to the walkway to our house, so anytime someone walks to the door they step on the overhanging stems. The smell is heavenly.