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Lavender has become the farm's signature since our first block of 500 Munstead Lavender planted in 1987. Our first harvest was in 1988 and filled two wheelbarrows! We currently specialize in cultivating Sweet Lavender varieties (Lavandula angustifolia) for its scent and taste. Late blooming Lavender includes the True Spike Lavender (L. latifolia) and the new hybrid Lavadins (L. x intermedias). Each July we watch the emerging hues of blue, mauve and purple as Lavender Harvest time approaches once more. And the fragrance ~ Lavender Lovers come explore our site!

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Dried Lavender

Ordering Information (Minimum order is $25, before shipping.)

harvesting lavender
Melissa Pink Lavender

Dried Lavender
Basic shipping is $25 and includes the cost of shipping materials, boxes & insurance. Keep in mind; although Lavender is light, we are charged "dimensional weight" & for the longer Lavender it is usually a couple of dollars more for extra length of the box.

My Sweet angustifolia Lavender is Harvested every July for fresh Lavender bundles at that time. Now in mid August we are onto dry Lavender bundles only.

August 10th 2017 UPDATE: Harvest 2017 is going fast!

All our lovely Blues & Purples are now sold out.

Lovely Melissa Pink-that-dries-White bundles are still available ...

Melissa Pink is a Sweet angustifolia that has a great slightly spicy floral scent; good for crafts & sachets as well as on the stem for weddings & events.

In the kitchen, it makes a great pink Lavender syrup or Lavender jelly, plus use it in your Herbs of Provence cooking blend too.

Melissa bundles are $6 each.

Shipping across Canada & most of the USA, a box with 12-15 bundles ships for $25, expedited post with insurance included.

Please call ahead for a farm pick-up - LYNDA 250-474-5767

*Important: All dried Lavender smells stronger when handled.
Squeeze your sachets now & again to break the tiny cell walls on the flower buds and release more naturally stored fragrant oils. Cooking with Lavender, Teas with Lavender or projects like Lavender Bath salts; release the scent/flavour through the action of heat or hot water.
When working with bundles where you are keeping the flower heads intact ~ it is easy to enhance the scent with a few drops of pure Lavender essential oil discreetly added on the bundles!
A little goes a long way.

A good source of Island essential oils is
Green Valley Aromatherapy.



Happy Valley Lavender
& Herbs

Victoria, Vancouver Island
BC, Canada


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