Lavender Care Lavenders are very easy going plants for maintenance and care but do need a good “haircut” once a year. The end of August/beginning of September is the time to cut back your lavenders, whether they are in pots or planted out in the borders, they need an annual hair cut to keep their…
We have had a busy week potting up all of our Lavender plants. The Angustifolia (English ) types, will sit quietly and not start to grow until the spring time, while the Steochas (French Varieties) will gently grow through the winter for us and be ready for sale first.
Potting up Lavenders for next summer here at Cramden Nursery. Wow the green house smells beautiful and so very relaxing today.
The bees are loving our Lavender here at Cramden Nursery, here is stoechas (the French lavender) Lilac wings being inspected.
Our Welcome sign here at Cramden nursery.
Our pretty white stoechas (French) Lavender “Snowman” are in flower here at Cramden Nursery. Fantastic scented foliage on a compact plant, topped with these fresh white flowers. Beautiful.
The Lavender bed we planted last year here at Cramden Nursery is looking fantastic this summer. The Bees are showing us their appreciation and are devotedly working through each flower. There is a wonderful sound of happy bees at work buzzing through the air.
Wow beautiful purple Heucheras mixed in with Lavender “Rosea”, our only pink flowering lavender we grow here at Cramden Nursery. What a great combination.
Our French Lavender here at Cramden Nursery are responding to the warmer weather and longer day light hours and are coming in to flower. This is Stoechas “Fat Head”.