dried flowers


Grower direct from From France:

what we carry for the bunches:


lavendin flowers are  harvested with the tractor :

The lavender harvest is done between June and mid-August, depending on the varieties of Lavender.
We are able to supply fresh lavender now from the end of June to the end of July. Please be sure to place your order early in advance as quantity is very limited. The flowers have a deep indigo colour and long straight stems perfect for bouquet

tracteur avec la recolte de lavande

Production of lavender bunches:

all the bunches are cut by hand
Below is a picture of myself cutting the lavendin in Provence

me harvesting the lavender

here is a picture of the lavender super blue cut in the field

lavender super blue harvest

once the lavender is cut they bring it is to the barn and it hung to dry

sechage de lavande m bui

here the picture of our own crop we harvested, in the end, june 2015

bunches lavendin flowers


Lavendin flowers are  long stem   and  Lavender super blue  are short stem

BULK LAVENDER FLOWERS:logo saop made in france

sold from the 20g to the 25 kg bag

Lavender flowers

First Grade: Strong scent, culinary grade, and dark blue in the color. CAN BE USED AS A TEA

bulk fist grade lavender

Lavender flowersSecond Grade:

Strong scent, greenish in color, not as clean as the first grade but the smell is the same.

Gift bags:

in   cello bag of 40 and 100g



others dried flowers:

sold by the lbs :


dried flowers rose bud


Rose freeze-dried petal

a high quality a flower that looks fresh rose petals

dried flowers rose petal


jasmine flowers


other dried flowers on the stems

oats, wheat are produced in France ON MY FARM IN CHAMPAGNE

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oat bunches dried sunflowers

dried flowers green-beardless-wheat-bundle_ central pieces
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dried flowers oats

dried flowers wheat bunches unclear

 dried flowers wheat with no bear clear



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