How to Care for your Dried Lavender Bundles
Dried lavender bundles are a convenient and easy way to add lavender to your health, beauty and household products. Keep your dried lavender in great shape with these tips for unpacking your bundles when they arrive and storing for the future.
Shedding buds: Dried lavender plants will commonly lose buds during transport! Don’t worry about it – 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. Remember – all parts of the lavender plant can be used when you are formulating your products. The entire lavender plant carries scent properties.
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 inspect it at least once upon arrival. Store the box in a cool location and out of direct sunlight.
Uses: Visit our blog for information and recipes for your dried lavender!
We Can Ship Dried Lavender Bundles anywhere in North America!
After you place your order we will contact you with a quote for shipping. Carrier’s are selected based on where your location is in North America and the size of your order. Our goal is to always get you the best price and value when matching you with a suitable logistics company.
Here are some example uses for wholesale priced dried lavender bundles:
Wholesale dried lavender bundles are ideal if you want to sell something that is in demand at all craft and farmers markets. Dried lavender is a great product that can be sold at a reasonable price. Encourage customers to buy dried lavender bundles for making lavender scented soaps, lavender scented oils, lavender scented sachets, lavender scented candles, lavender scented cleaning products, lavender scented spray, lavender scented mist, lavender scented linen spray, lavender scented lotions, lavender scented shampoos, lavender scented hair care products, lavender scented sleep aide, lavender scented sleep masks, lavender scented and more.
Commonly Used Conversion Chart for Dry Goods
Use this handy chart when planning for your lavender project. We suggest using a measuring cup and a grain, such as rice to determine how much dried lavender you will need for each product you are developing.
|1/8 c (2 tbsp)||16 g||.563 oz|
|1/4 cup||32 g||1.13 oz|
|1/3 cup||43 g||1.5 oz|
|1/2 cup||64 g||2.25 oz|
|2/3 cup||85 g||3 oz|
|3/4 cup||96 g||3.38 oz|
|1 cup||128 g||4.5 oz|