Dried Lavender Stems (Flowers): Royal Velvet (Angustifolia, English)

Weir's Lane Lavender & Apiary

$17.00 

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Our stems are more than a pretty flower!  In any room they will help to freshen the air. When buds fall off the stems, crush them to help in scenting the room.  

The ROYAL VELVET variety is a compact bunch with deep purple buds.

Not all lavenders are the same -- consider colour and height and even scent when picking:  Do you want a deep purple?  Then choose our lavender (English) stems: These are around 12 inches (30 cms) in height.  Varieties include: Royal Velvet and English mix. Want a taller stem that is lighter in colour (greyish purple)? Then choose our lavandin (French) stems. These are around 18 inches (40 cms) in height.  Varieties include: Grosso and Gros Bleu. 

Please note that the number of stems in a given bunch will vary.  The number of stems ranges from 75 to 125 per bunch.

Are you looking for just the dried flowers (no stems) to use in sachets?  Please look for the non-culinary buds in our Home Perfect collection. 

 

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All of our lavender and the lavender we use in our products use no pesticides and we follow organic bee keeping practices. We are a small business that works hard to provide quality products at reasonable prices. We'd love to hear from you. Call us at 1-905-627-9208 or email us at weirslanelavender@gmail.com and we'll be happy to answer any questions you have.

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