Want to grow lavender too? We can help! Lavender is a wonderful perennial to have in your landscaping, whether you want to grow in your garden, as a backyard farm or larger farm. Let us guide you through the process of selecting, planting, caring for, and harvesting your own lavender.
HOW IT WORKS: Consultations are available by phone. Please see our Etsy shop listing at the below link for details and to set up a consultation.
When ordering from this listing please provide your phone number and 2 choices of dates/times you are available to discuss. Please note I am on Eastern Standard Time. Please include your email address for materials to be emailed after the consultation.
Most consultations last about half an hour to one hour depending on the number of questions you have. I can also email you some tutorial type of materials, websites and other resources I have gathered in researching my own farm. We also offer troubleshooting and suggestions for troubled plants or growing problems.
It is important to note that lavender will only grow in certain zones/areas. Lavender is usually hardy in USDA zones to 5 to 10 .
CREDENTIALS: We are members of the US Lavender Growers Association and the Great Lakes Lavender Grower's Association.
ABOUT US: We have grown in colder climates (zone 5 and 6), but we can also help those in warmer climates. We specialize in "grow where you are" type farming such as urban/suburban farming. This consult is perfect for the backyard farmer or those who are are just getting started. We can also help those who are looking to grow on more traditional types of farms.
We originally started our farm as a backyard farm in a suburban area. We are now on several acres and have over 250 plants in 7 different varieties.
WHO THIS CONSULTATION WORKS FOR: While we do share a lot of helpful hints and articles on our Facebook page along with our blog that chronicles the journey of our lavender farm from backyard plot to small farm, this consult goes more in depth and can be customized to meet your specific needs and climate.