Seeds are Germinating!

We have approximiately 250 lavender seedlings and we are pretty excited that we actually have germination. They are definitely finickly little guys to get going!

The species we have are all Lavendula Angustofolia: Ellagance, Vera, Hidcote Blue, Munstead, Lavender Lady. We do also have “French Long” which is a stoecha and not a perennial and will not be harvested.

The other herbs that have germinated for our farm and hydrosol production: peppermint, basil, roman & german chamomiles, lemon balm, rosemary, cat mint.

We have also planted a multitude of roses that will be used for hydrosol production and are germinating banks roses.

We expect to start planting in a couple of weeks and HOPE that we see some production of hydrosol by the end of May. That may be too aggressive or wishful thinking 😉

Learn more about lavender seed germination in this comprehensive guide

Lavender Farmer | Aromatherapist | Yoga Instructor at Twin Flame Lavender Farm | Vibe Aroma LLC | + posts

Renee started out as an avid real estate blogger in 2006. Opting for a less stressful life, Paul and Renee moved to Michigan in 2018 and started a lavender farm in 2019.

There are very few resources available to aspiring lavender farmers for growing lavender, lavender aromatherapy and lavender culinary infusion.

Renee hopes to change and shake up the world of lavender by sharing her knowledge and experience she has gained by being a lavender farmer and aromatherapist with lavender lovers all over the world.


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