Dried Lavender Bouquet: Melissa
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Enjoy the beauty and fragrance with a dried lavender bundle. Each bundle is hand harvested and dried in our barn and then wrapped in a compostable cellophane bag to protect buds from shedding. Approximately 11" in length and 200-250 stems per bundle.
Suggested uses: Debud and use in sachet pillows, culinary, wedding favor, Lavender confetti, no maintenance vase bouquet, etc.
Quantity discount: $12.50 each when you purchase 2 or more! Automatically applied at checkout cart.
No pesticides or herbicides are used in the production of our lavender. Product of New Jersey, USA
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Local Pick Up
If you live in southern New Jersey and would like to pick up your purchase to save on shipping, please choose "Free Local Pick Up" at checkout.
Our on farm pick up is not ready yet so local order pick ups are at our friend's farm store. Available during their regular business hours only. You will receive an email when your order is ready for pick up.
Sickler's Circle View Farm
450 Bridgeton Pike
Monroeville, NJ 08343
Thursdays & Fridays 11AM-5PM
What is the difference between Lavender and Lavandin?
Lavender [Lavandula Angustifolia] is known as true lavender or "English Lavender". It has a sweet, floral fragrance.
Lavandin [Lavandula x Intermedia] is also called "French Lavender". It has a stronger herbal fragrance due to the high camphor found in the oil.
Can I use Lavender or Lavandin Essential Oil on my skin?
It is recommend to dilute Lavender or Lavandin essential oil to 2-3% in a carrier oil for safe skin use. We offer pre-diluted essential oil rolls. You can shop them by clicking here.
Are all Lavender buds edible?
Lavandula Angustifolias or "English Lavenders" are best for culinary use. Lavandin or "French Lavender" are not suitable for culinary purposes due to the high camphor in the buds which gives a bitter taste.
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