All the tips and hints you need for growing and caring for your own lavender!
Category: Information on Lavender
Follow our step by step guide to make your own lavender wreath!
Hear about wildflower planting at Hitchin Lavender and at home!
Try out a sweet and simple lavender recipe!
Hello Lavender Fans! Another post giving you some information on the different varieties of lavender. This week we are going to be looking at Maillette, which makes up around a third of the main field, giving some details of the flower generally, as well as our experiences of growing it at Hitchin Lavender! First thing
Hello lavender fans! We hope you’ve had a great weekend and that your Monday has treated you OK! Today we will be looking at the variety of lavender of which we have the most: grosso… Grosso is a variety of lavendin (follow the link to find out what that really means) and makes up the vast majority of
Hello lavender fans! Following the blog post on Folgate lavender last week – one of the first lavender to come into bloom at the farm – we thought that we would focus on the other varieties that surround this flower on our main field! At Hitchin Lavender in the first seven rows, after the first ten
Hello lavender fans! As we are coming to the beginning of our blooming season in the next few weeks, we at Hitchin Lavender thought it would be a good idea to look at the one of the first lavenders that will be coming into bloom in the next few weeks in the main field. We
Hello lavender fans! This post will be a bit of an introduction into the species and varieties of lavender, giving you some consumer advice as to which lavender you should buy. There are 39 different species of lavender in the world, but here at Hitchin Lavender we only have two of them planted in the
Hello lavender fans! In the last of the ‘Lavender Growing Series’, we shall describe the best conditions to plant your lavender in the ground, for all of you who have established pots of the plant and for those of you who are looking to buy in some lavender for your garden. Lavender definitely grows at