For those who love the gentle power of Lavender, White Flower Farm offers a full selection of products for your enjoyment - the Lavender Comfort set, Lavender Fields Wreath, Sachets by the Yard, and the Trio of Lavender Soap, plus our most popular Lavender product, Lavender 'Goodwin Creek Grey'.
The Best Lavender for Growing Indoors
The pungent fragrance of Lavender 'Goodwin Creek Grey' is easy to enjoy year round. Unlike most Lavenders, this variety thrives indoors. The plants are also hardy to Zone 7 (0ºF) and warmer, where they may be transplanted to the garden in spring.
Lavender Comfort Set
Our soft polar fleece booties and neck pillow will provide welcome relief for tired feet, aching joints or stiff necks.
Sachets by the Yard
Only in California would they think to enclose fresh heads of locally grown Lavender in a yard-long display of lilac organza, making a pungent safeguard that is also attractive and lady like.
Lavender Fields Wreath
Sprigs of Lavender woven together with subtle purple, blue and white dried flowers into a 16-inch wreath.
Lavender - How to Care for Your Plant
Light: To keep its lovely silver coloring and to produce spikes of dark blue flowers from spring to fall, this Lavender demands a sunny south window indoors where it will receive 6-8 hours of direct sun. It will also grow well given 14-16 hours of light under a fluorescent light stand.
Temperature: Daytime temperatures of 60-75°F are fine indoors. In fall and winter, place your Lavender where nighttime temperature falls to 60°F or cooler.
Watering: Like most silver-leaved plants, Lavender is adapted to growing in very dry, lean soil. Water only when the top inch of the pot ting mix is dry to the touch.
Fertilizer: Fertilize no more frequently than once every 6 weeks during the growing season (April through September).
Continuing Care: Lavender 'Goodwin Creek Grey' would be pleased to spend summer outdoors in a sunny location - either in a pot or in the ground. If you live in Zone 7 (0°F) or warmer in the West, you can grow it outdoors year-round. In colder climates, bring the plant back indoors before frost. (Lavenders falter in the torrid summers and mild wet winters that are common in the South. If you summer your plant outdoors, keep it in a pot and bring it back indoors for the winter.) Once the flowers have faded on a flower spike, use scissors to cut off the spike close to where it attaches to the stem. Maintain the overall shape of your Lavender by selective pinching of the new shoots. Pinch each shoot between thumb and forefingers; do not shear the plant as though it were a hedge.
White Flower Farm is your dependable source for Lavender Flowers, Lavender Plants, and Dried Lavender gifts.