Hello Hitchin Lavender fans!
This is another instalment of our Lavender Digest, where we update you on all things Hitchin Lavender. Please make sure to share this with anyone thinking of coming – as we want to make sure that everyone knows what to expect when coming to us.
The weather has been absolutely stunning this week, which has been wonderful for the lavender and our wildflower patch. We may not be in peak bloom just yet for the lavender, but we are certainly are in peak bloom for our poppies.
You are welcome to pick these, as well as the lavender, so do come soon if you are hoping for some beautiful fresh flowers.
Next week (29/6/18-5/6/18)
How will the lavender be looking?
As alluded to before, the lavender has been really enjoying all of its sun bathing this week, so it really is speeding up the flowering process. Generally, the lavender comes into its fullest bloom in mid-July, but we do anticipate it all happening a little earlier this season. Even within the next week it may be almost at its best.
As always, keep checking on our Facebook or Instagram for more photos as to how the field is looking.
And the sunflowers?
It is still very difficult to predict when the sunflowers will be in bloom. Currently they are about a foot tall and resemble potato plants! We are hoping that they will be coming in around late July, but it is a little like predicting the weather, I’m afraid.
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That’s it for this week.
Tune in next week for more information on Hitchin Lavender!