I’m going to grow Lavender some day… February 19, 2013February 19, 2013Categories Uncategorizedcottage garden, flower gardening, garden, garden photography, gardening, lavender, The Pickery10 Comments on I’m going to grow Lavender some day… I remember thinking those words….many years ago. And now I do. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to email a link to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related Published by staceyweichert country living, tending my kids, gardens, and critters all photos are my own, please ask permission to use www.downtoearthdigs.wordpress.com View all posts by staceyweichert
10 thoughts on “I’m going to grow Lavender some day…”
You will never regret it 🙂
Do you remember the old Victoria magazine? I used to devour the pictures of English country gardens…filled with wispy Lavender!
Thank you for visiting my little garden!
Yes I do, those English Country gardens were always a delight. Lavender is just my best, it has so many uses. 🙂
You’ve inspired me to try growing lavender again. Is this a perennial, because mine did not come back.
Good morning Audrey….yes, it’s a perennial. Mine are 3 years old now…I think the sheltered area they are in really helps.
Lucky girl! I tried this in my garden so many times. It never grows the next year. Zone 3 is too darn cold I guess. My friend Alys at Gardening Nirvana has it all along her deck. I’d love to do that.
I’m Zone 4 and it’s a bit on the cold side too. I think the sheltered spot helps….I am going to try leaving some in large pots this year too. They can winter over in the greenhouse then.
🙂 I’ll gladly share pictures with you!
I am planning a trip to Austin in May and I am told there are lavender farms an hour outside the city. You know where I will be!
Fingers crossed that mine survived another winter!
I can’t wait for it to bloom again…
I said that for years myself. I just planted my first bush this past fall 🙂