Morning, oh I love lavender, that smell is so heavenly. Blessings Francine.
I bet it smells wonderful!
I enjoyed the full post on your new blog but I didn't get a comment box to come up. Just an error message. You know I LOVE lavender and would enjoy having some fresh bundles! Hugs, Diane
Kudos to you, Kimberly! Your lavender is lovely, both in its fresh and dried forms. Oh, I can imagine that gorgeous scent. What delightful gifts you will have for all your lucky recipients!Poppy
Kimberly, love harvesting lavender as well. This year I didn't get to mine in time. I just cut it all back a few weeks ago, so I'm hoping it will bloom again. It usually does. Love your drying rack. I have an old metal piece that I hang mine on. I have bundles from last year still hanging on it. Love the look of dried lavender.hugs,Jann
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My lavender is just beginning to flower, but I'll use this method to catch the flowers as they dry. I use my dried lavender in my homemade vegan soaps! :-) Our climate doesn't allow us to keep lavender plants in the ground and expect them to survive the winter. We have to plant fresh each year. sigh.
Hi, Kimberly! I love lavender as well! Nice to see your blog!
My daughter has several big pots of lavender--maybe she's too busy to harvest hers and might spare me some. Heavenly!
All of your comments are read and much appreciated.You are dear and lovely friends!