Dried Lavender Bundles

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Dried Lavender Bundles

Beautiful dried lavender bundles hand picked in Kentucky.

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 Large Cellophane $15.00  Qty:
 Medium Casual$10.00

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 Medium Formal$10.00

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 Field Bundle$9.00

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These dried bundles were harvested at their peak bud time to ensure long-lasting scent and beautiful full heads.

Grosso is the lavender variety of choice for dried bundles because of its long, stately stem. These bundles measure 18-22" in length and may contain 100-125 lavender stems for a medium bundle and 150+ stems for a large one.

Arrange the bundle in a vase to release the calming scent of the lavender throughout your house or order one of the bundles to give as a bouquet.

Choose from three different styles of bouquets:

Medium, Casual -- 18-22" long stems wrapped in brown craft paper and tied with a rafia bow;

Medium, Formal -- 18-22" long stems wrapped in a white paper doily and tied with a pretty ribbon; or

Large, cellophane -- 18-22" long stems encased in a clear cellophane bouquet sleeve and tied with a pretty satin ribbon.

You may also order "field" bundles (no wrapping) for all of those wonderful craft projects making soaps, wreaths, or potpourri.

All of our hand-made items contain 100% Grosso lavender. Grosso is known for its high oil content and its long-lasting scent. Grosso also makes very beautiful dried bundles because of its long stems and full head.

Our products come in a variety of colors or you may order a color for special occasions such as weddings and showers.

We are very proud of our unique lavender wands. These were made when the lavender was fresh and now the scent has been captured forever in the beautiful ribbon weaving.

All of our products are hand-made on the farm and are available in the farm-site gift shop. Visitors are welcome, and we have started tours by appointment.

Lavender Hills of Kentucky -- Kentucky's first commercial lavender farm!