Whether planting vegetable, fruits, or herbs, we strive to disturb the soil only enough to plant a seed or cover the roots of a seedling. By practicing minimal soil disturbance, we conserve moisture, build natural fertility, and keep the soil ecosystem intact to do what it does best – grow plants. To compete against pests that would like to eat our crops before our friends and customers do, we practice a diverse planting schedule. This means that we practice crop rotation – never planting the same species back to back – and companion planting, which means that we plant plants together that make good neighbors.
One package of fresh Lavender, weighing approximately .5 oz. Lavender is fragrant and full of flavor, and makes a beautiful tea, a unique addition to baked goods or can be added to soaps, lotions, or potpourri.
Non-GMO, No pesticides.