How to Care for your Dried Royal Velvet Lavender Flowers
Dried Royal Velvet Lavender flowers are a traditional choice for floral arrangements. Keep your dried Royal Velvet Lavender in great shape with these handy tips for unpacking your order when it arrives and storing for the future.
Shedding buds: Dried lavender plants will commonly lose buds during transport! Don’t stress – this is very normal! We suggest you gather up any lost buds and other lavender material and store it in an airtight jar for future use.
Storage: If you aren’t planning on using your lavender right away you can leave it in the box until you’re ready. We ask that you carefully inspect your shipment at least once upon arrival. Store the box in a cool location out of direct sunlight until you are ready to use it.
Uses: Visit our blog for information and recipes for your dried lavender!
Royal Velvet Lavender
Variety: English (Lavandula Intermedia)
Name: Royal Velvet Lavender
Height: 12-16″ tall
Color: Purple-navy regal blooms
Qualities: Aromatic with a fuzzy soft petal
Royal Velvet Lavender is an ENGLISH ‘Lavandula Angustifolia’ that is know for it’s showy regal blooms. Royal Velvet Lavender plants are covered with long stemmed, dark navy blue and purple flowers. The spikes are approximately 3 to 4-inch long, and hold their dark color superbly as a dried flower.
Royal Velvet has a fuzzy almost velvet texture to the buds. The contrast in deep purplish blue blooms against the green stems make for a standout arrangement. We love the texture of this plant. The bees and pollinators love it too!
Royal Velvet lavender is a great choice for drying because it retains it’s colour. Some lavenders tend to fade to a dusky grey colour but Royal Velvet holds it’s deep colour quite well. Visit us on Instagram to stay up to date on what’s happening at the farm!