Our Lavender is grown in beautiful Elba, Cambria, and Wheatfield, New York. We're just minutes from Niagara Falls and the eastern most great lake, Lake Ontario. Our five and 25 acre fields include over 1,000 plants of English and French lavender, as well as companion flower and vegetable fields.

 

Everything Lavender is an all encompassing endeavor to propagate and plant lavender all over Western New York. We offer various lavenders from plugs to full size plants and landscaping help.

 

We are also in the process of developing a full line of finished local, fresh and lovely lavender products  including the burlap wrapped floral pictured above. You can pre-order for pick up in July. The cost is $29.95 to join us while we still have member shares available for purchase for our upcoming 2021 harvest.

 

We will be producing Oils, Soaps, Candles, Wreaths and other special products from this years harvest and you will have preferred choice just by becoming a member. It is just $29.90 to join!

 


Pre-Order Your Spring Lavender Plugs Now

We offer 3 different Enlish Lavender varieties and a French Lavender for pick up in June

(minimum total order is 5 plugs @ $4.00 each)





 

English Lavender
Lavandula angustifolia
Uses: Culinary/Medicinal/Aromatic/Industrial Duration: Perennial (hardy in zones 5-8)
When to Sow: Spring/Late Summer/Early Fall Ease of Germination: Moderate
This standard clump forming variety is adored for its delightfully sweet scented and high yielding essential oil production. The aromatic oils have a relaxing effect and is typically used medicinally to combat stress. In addition, it is recognized as an anti-depressive, anti-inflammatory and carminative; was even used as an antimicrobial agent during WWI! There is also some preliminary research suggesting its ability to reduce the severity of migraine headaches. From sweet to savoury dishes, English Lavender owns its versatile superiority in culinary use. Try adding the flowers as a splash of colour to a salad, or use in a Herbes de Provence blend to spice meat! Remember, a little goes a long way. Harvest just before the buds open, to optimize oil retention, and hang stems upside down in bunches in a warm dry spot for a few weeks. Commonly grown in rock gardens or as a border plant. Pollinator friendly & deer resistant!  Like any other variety, English Lavender must be located in full sun and planted in well drained alkaline sandy soil, ideally in a raised bed or rock garden as it is prone to root rot if conditions are too wet. Perfect for borders, rock gardens and containers. After the second year of growth, begin pruning once or twice a year, cutting back a third of its foliage. This will help maintain its shape, leaf and flower production as well as prevent woodyness. Bloom time June-July and lasts 3-4 weeks. Height 2-3 feet.

 

 





Munstead Lavender
Lavandula angustifolia 'Munstead'                                             English Lavender Variety
Uses: Culinary/Medicinal/Aromatic Duration: Perennial (hardy in zones 4-9)
When to Sow: Spring/Late Summer/Early Fall Ease of Germination: Moderate
Beautiful and especially hardy! Lavender-blue flower spikes are bluer and earlier in bloom time than most other varieties! Aromatic narrow green foliage with a compact mounding growth habit. Like any other variety, Munstead Lavender must be located in full sun and planted in well drained alkaline sandy soil, ideally in a raised bed or rock garden as it is prone to root rot if conditions are too wet. Perfect for borders, rock gardens, containers and as mass plantings. After the second year of growth, begin pruning once or twice a year, cutting back a third of its foliage. This will help maintain its shape, leaf and flower production as well as prevent woodyness. Bloom time July and onwards. Height 12-18 inches





Hidcote Lavender
Lavandula angustifolia 'Hidcote'                                                 English Lavender Variety                                               
Uses: Culinary/Medicinal/Aromatic/Industrial Duration: Perennial (hardy in zones 4-8)
When to Sow: Spring/Late Summer/Early Fall Ease of Germination: Difficult/Special Treatment Required
One of the most adored varieties for its hardiness and beautiful deep purple strongly aromatic blossoms. Said to have been brought to England from France in the 1920s. A compact version of English lavender with silver green foliage that looks wonderful in rock gardens, borders, containers and as mass plantings. Can be used for potpourri, and sachets and holds its colour, making it ideal for crafts. Like any other variety, Hidcote Lavender must be located in full sun and planted in well drained alkaline sandy soil, ideally in a raised bed or rock garden as it is prone to root rot if conditions are too wet. Perfect for borders, rock gardens and containers. After the second year of growth, begin pruning once or twice a year, cutting back a third of its foliage. This will help maintain its shape, leaf and flower production as well as prevent woodyness. May need insulation with mulch or leaves over the winter. Resistant to drought, deer and rabbits. Bloom time June-July lasting 3-4 weeks. Height 12 inches.





Grosso Lavender
Lavandula x intermedia 'Grosso'                                                French Lavender
Uses: Culinary/Medicinal/Aromatic/Industrial Duration: Perennial (hardy in zones 5-9)
A splayed out, compact bush with a dense hedgehog like growth habit. Produces soft violet blossoms with high yielding pungent camphorous oils. Commercially important strain from the Vaucluse district of France. Discovered in 1972 when the standard commercial strain was nearly destroyed by disease. Lavender must be located in full sun and planted in well drained alkaline sandy soil, ideally in a raised bed or rock garden as it is prone to root rot if conditions are too wet. Height 75cm/30

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