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Lavender Blooming at Sage Creations - Mixed Colors 

2015 Spring Annual Plant List

We are opening this Friday, April 24th.  Check out our plant list.  Much to choose from for your vegetable, herb and flower gardens.

Lavender Plant list updated.

We are coming to close to opening our greenhouses to the public – April 24th!  I have updated my lavender plant list.  Take a peak.  LavenderPlantAvailability I am coming close to running out 2 1/2″ pots for wholesalers.  There are still some exciting cultivars left. Keep in touch.  I will be posting my annual vegetable, flower…

Lavender Plant list posted for 2015 Spring plantings

The new updated plant list for Spring 2015 is posted!  There are a few changes.  Custom orders are due by November 15th.  Do not forget discounts given to those who order by October 15th. Receive discount through November 15th when you become a member of the Lavender Association of Western Colorado – www.coloradolavender.org  Check out…

Poppies blooming

The fields of poppies on the farm have been spectacular this year. I believe it is attributed to all the moisture we had over the winter and spring. We use poppies between the rows of lavender to cut down on weeds and to feed the bees. This week we are beginning to knock them over…

Five for Five My top favorites

My Favorites! My Top Fives = Five for Five  These are my personnel favorites after use and application trials. Best Lavender for Crafts Folgate Miss Katherine Impress Purple Royal Velvet Wycoff Best Lavenders for Cooking Folgate Buena Vista Miss Katherine Royal Velvet Provence Best Lavender for Essential Oil & Hydrosol True Grosso Maillette Folgate Impress…

Tips on Growing Lavender

TIPS TO SUCCESSFUL LAVENDER GROWING   TIP 1: Lavender needs full sun; a minimum of 6 to 8 hours. TIP 2: Lavender does not like “wet” feet, so give it a good soak and then let the plant go dry. If your soil is heavy and slow to drain, create a hospitable place for lavenders…