Kathy, I have never had a patch of lavender to weed, but my sister has. She makes her own lavender sachets. It sounds like a lovely thing to do. Happy Sunday. Karen
Such a beautiful smell. Makes weeding much more fun.Alison
Oh what a calming post Kathy! Look at that beautiful Michigan ground!! Lavender is definitely one of my favorite scents!Today was so beautiful!!!!!! :)Hugs,Amy
Love my lavender! And that is the best photo Kathy! I want pink gardening gloves... Now I am on a mission to find a pair!Hugs,Penny
Oh, I just love lavender!!Gorgous!~
Love lavender! Have a wonderful evening! blessings, kari & kijsa
I would love to have some lavender growing in my little garden plot. I must look into that soon!Will it grow in hot and dry??
I've never experienced fresh lavender. It must be wonderful.
Well I'd like to find out! Cannot seem to keep a patch going! I doooo love lavender and hope one day to stand in one of those fields and watch as the sun goes down and sniff it all up!
Hi Kathy,Your post over at The Inspired Room made me laugh out loud because I was thinking the same thing.I love your site, but am thinking perhaps the lavender that grows in my backyard (near Phoenix) is not as fragrant, because weeding remains a task I always leave for last.
I love the smell of lavender! Did you ever use the dried buds as a flavoring?Happy Monday!Hugs, Pat
Oh seeing this, I must plant some lavender! How lovely!p.s. thanks for the visit on my blog - yes, I have tried vinegar on the bottles and even went out and bought Polident today - nothing seems to rid them of their foginess. Oh well! They are still charming! lolJoy:)
Oh, I can just smell the wonderful scent!!!xoxo,mary
I totally agree: No more pleasant task than tending your garden... ahhh, a little piece of heaven on earth.... HugsCielo
you are so lucky! i love lavwnder. i have tried to grow it here ( in maine) a few times, and it just never takes off.
Your lavendar looks pretty. I have some too, but haven't yet trimmed it.
I have no Lavender,but I hear it smells wonderful.
Kathy,I have some lavender too and never know quite what to do with it in the early spring. Do you cut yours back or just let the old branches reflower? Beautiful post. Can't wait to get outside and start digging around here in my Michigan garden.Hugs,Sue
I just started some lavender last year and was pleasantly surprised to see it made it through the winter. I am looking forward to seeing it mature. I just found an orange pair of gloves....so cool!
Your lavendar looks heavenly!Michelle
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