McKinley Lavender Farm grows and sells dried lavender in bulk at wholesale pricing. Located in picturesque Kelowna, British Columbia we ship dried bulk lavender worldwide. The farm is not open to the public.
Bulk Dried Lavender for Wholesale
McKinely Lavender Farm specializes in dried bulk lavender for wholesale industrial or commercial use. We ship dried lavender anywhere in North America, making us a great choice for re-sellers of one of the world's most versatile herbs!
Bulk dried lavender's noteworthy scent can be found in recipes to beauty products!
Save time and get that highly coveted lavender scent for your next commercial craft and apothecary project! We sell bulk dried lavender buds in quantities small enough for an Etsy creator and large enough for any health and beauty producer. We use a blend of hand and machine sifted dried lavender in our mixed buds. We also choose to include a mix of parts of the plant. You will find our mix contains stems, flowers, leaves and buds. This mixture allows for the highest concentration of lavender aroma in your project. These mixed bags of non-culinary lavender all have an outstanding scent that will last for years!
Do you need lavender for cooking or making edible products? Check out our culinary lavender for sale here
See below for all the uses of dried lavender, as well as tips on how to calculate how much lavender you need for your product.
We can ship dried lavender products anywhere in North America!
Chefs rejoice we have high quality English lavender buds for your culinary pursuits available for a limited time! Our culinary lavender buds sell out fast every year, so stock up while you can!
Our culinary lavender has the sweetest fragrance among all species of lavender, which creates flavor in cooking. We only package our English plants for culinary use. The flower buds from these varieties give dishes a subtly sweet, citrus flavor. Choose your size depending on the amount of baking, cooking and imbibing you plan on doing by referencing the dry goods chart below!
Warning – cooking with lavender is highly addictive. Great for tea making, simple syrup, and whatever your imagination can cook up!
Our culinary buds come shipped in a 1 cup glass jar and are sealed tight with a lid to ensure they arrive fresh. Order’s are packaged 12 to a box. Minimum order is one box or 12 jars (approx. 12 cups | 1536g | 1.5 kg | 3.38lbs).
We Ship Everywhere in North America!
Dried Folgate Lavender Flowers are available in wholesale quantity from MKL!
Dried lavender bundles are sold in wholesale quantity at a minimum of twenty bundles per order.
Folgate Lavender is one of the most desirable ENGLISH ‘Lavandula Angustifolia’ lavenders. It’s fragrant purple blooms are highlighted by a compact evergreen with narrow foliage. Folgate is a great source of lavender oil and for culinary use due to it’s aromatic scent.
Folgate Lavender holds it’s colour very well as a dried variety.
Okanagan Dried Lavender
Dried and fresh Lavender from the Okanagan is fast becoming a burgeoning industry. At McKinley Lavender Farm in Kelowna, British Columbia we grow, harvest, dry, package and ship some of the most popular varieties of English and French lavender buds and bundles. Buds and bundles are marketed in bulk quantity at wholesale pricing. Our bulk dried lavender is used in products and scents from candles to health, beauty and herbal remedies.
May-September is our active growing season and we grow many complimentary flowers and herbs around our farm. We offer fresh seasonal market bundles and lavender bouquets for sale. Follow us on Instagram for up to the minute releases and to see what’s currently growing around the farm!
If you want to learn more about the differences between some of the varieties of lavender we grow visit our lavender page.
The McKinley Lavender Farm Blog
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-Tanya-( Home Chef )
I love exploring new ways to use lavender in my cooking. From tea to cookies if I can infuse a recipe with dried lavender it makes everything taste better!
- Ashley -( Lavender Lover )
My favorite way to use lavender is in my bath. There’s nothing special that needs to be done which is the best part. Just throw in some dried lavender while running a tub and let the scent take you away.
- Olivia -( Entertainer Extraordinaire )
I always have a bundle of dried lavender on hand. I love to use a sprig here and there when wrapping presents. I’ll tuck some in to a card or within the tissue paper. It makes for a nice fragrant surprise when giving a gift.
-Amy-( Florist )
The fresh lavender we received for our wedding floral arrangements was perfect and fit couldn’t have fit with our outdoor theme any better!