Harvesting and Using Lavender

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  1. Hi. I’m a visitor from the Homestead Barn Hop. I love the photos of the lavender harvest. I can almost smell it from here.I’ve got my lavender tied in bunches in a vase right now.When it gets older, I’ll let dry out on a paper towel till it’s ready for scraping off the stalk. It is such a beautiful, versatile herb.

    1. Thanks for stopping by indio! I love the idea of keeping them in a vase. I’m going to do the same for my next harvest.

      I popped over to your blog and really like what you are sharing. You have a new follower! 🙂

  2. The link to the Chiot’s Run question goes to your tooth powder recipe. Can you repost the link correctly please? Would love to read this question.

    1. Thank you so much for letting me know Betsy! It is a great post, so I’m very happy that you brought this to my attention (and a little embarrassed). It is now fixed. I hope it inspires you as much as it did me!

  3. This was a fun post. I love lavender and herbs in general! Thanks for sharing how to save and preserve these valuable flowers; it’s really encouraging for others to plant them too! Blessings from Nancy at livininthegreen. (You may want to check out my post on “How to Layer Lavender Plants” to make more great plants for your garden!) 🙂

    1. Nancy, I agree! I have really gotten into my gardens this year and started my first vegetable garden. I have really enjoyed sharing sources and keeping up with the gardening blogs, so I will definitely check out your post! There is certain to be more lavender plants in my future.

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