Harvesting lavender and tips on drying vertically. Find handmade lavender crafts at http://www.huckleberryherbs.com/
From Huckleberry Herbs and Art
Lavender harvesting process at the Jersey Lavender Farm, Jersey, Channel Islands. A simple process using nets and petrol hedge trimmers.
In this video Jennifer from Sunshine Acres Lavender Farm in Morrow, OH, explains the proper technique for cutting lavender.
From Sunshine Acres Lavender Farm
When you are pruning lavender, it is best to do it regularly and spring is a great time to start. The same techniques applies to both garden grown, and pot or ...
From john allman
Pruning lavender is pretty straight forward BUT it takes some courage - especially the first time. To get fresh, soft, thriving growth every year you have to be a little ...
From Brimwood Farm
Have you always been told 'never prune lavender into the brown wood?' That's not quite true... Your lavender will look better and last years longer if you prune it ...
From The Middle-Sized Garden
Catherine Moravec, horticulturist with Colorado Yard Care, demonstrates how to cut back English lavender that has died back part way over the winter.
From Catherine Moravec
Watch as Better Homes and Gardens shows you how to grow lavender in your home garden! Lavender plants grow best in hot, sunny spots with well-drained ...
From Better Homes and Gardens
Around the end of May, or whenever you notice these little flower bulbs first appearing, get in there with a pair of scissors and prune just the tips off. This will stop ...
Pruning lavender plants encourages new growth, maintains round-shaped plants, increases yields and keeps plants healthy. Learn how to prune correctly in this ...
From Sage Creations Organic Farm
Save time by pruning lavender using hedge trimmers. These were run using a portable generator. The Munstead lavender plants are two years old. Prune after ...
From Moore Manor Lavender
How to prune lavender. If you find yourself asking when is the best time to cut back lavender then this quick tutorial will tell you how and when to do it.
From The Enduring Gardener