Hi Kelly:I love the lavender plant and its fragrance and color, fresh and dried! I notice you have violets on a little pitcher in this post, as well, and February is the violet month. It's also the amethyst month! My birthday is this month so I simply must love all things lavender and purpley. When I bought my Seattle cottage, the bedroom had been freshly painted lavender. I decided to keep it that color because it seemed as comforting as the smell of lavender flowers.
OHHHHHHHHHHH SEEEEEEE Kelly, what did I tell you. There is more passion, style, love, fun and history in this post. I want it, badly! Especially the plum old purse. Please visit me and tell me where your shop is.Hugscindy@stitches
PS Never mind, I just saw you address on your side bar. Thankkkkkkkkkkkssssssssssss.cindy
I dont just love lavender I LOVE LOVE LOVE it. I take it everywhere I go. It is in vases in my home, oils in my bag. I really cannot live without it.
Love your lavenders. I just recently posted lavenders too. Great minds must think alike, huh? Have a great week! ~ Angela
Lavender is what I grow most in my herb garden! It is so beautiful and so aristocratic!
Yes, Linda. Aristocratic AND aromatic. Two excellent characteristics of lavender.Which variety would you say you favor: English lavender (Lavandula angustifolia), Dutch Lavender (Lavandula x intermedia), Egyptian Lavender (Lavandula multifida or the Fernleaf lavender), or possibly the lesser known Spanish Lavender(Lavandula stoechas)? I'll tell you, species doesn't matter to me -- I love whichever lavender I can get my little hands on.