Pre-Order :: Lavender Plants for 2020 Planting

Pre-Order :: Lavender Plants for 2020 Planting


Start planning your spring herb patch with our lavender plants for 2020 planting available for pre-order now!  Pre-order wholesale lavender plants now for planting in spring 2020! We have some amazing tried and tested hardy lavender varieties available for sale. Whether you want French, English or a mix of both varieties these will be the plants to get you off to a solid spring start.

Pre-orders for wholesale live lavender plants are accepted up until FEBRUARY 3rd, 2020 at NOON PST. After this date we will no longer fill custom orders. Live plants are sold on a first come/first serve basis. Remaining live lavender plant stock will be inventoried and listed on our website sometime during Spring 2020.

Plants are advertised as a flat/daisy tray of 18, 4” potted plants.

1 tray minimum per order is required.

Live plants are only available for shipping within CANADA.


Please see our dried lavender and our lavender products for wholesale if you are located outside of Canada!

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How to properly grow your new lavender plants for 2020 planting:

McKinley Lavender Farm wants to ensure you have the most success with your new lavender plants for 2020 planting. Whether you’re growing lavender for your own personal use or starting our own lavender operation.  We want to share some basic tips to help you get started with your lavender garden!

Best time to plant lavender plants:

When the last frost has finished and you begin to feel the soil warming up outside, you can begin to start digging holes for your plants. If you are running behind in your planting schedule, try and hold off until the fall.  This will ensure the plants are slightly larger and stronger.  This will help to see them survive the cold winter months ahead.

How to plant lavender: 

We suggest you plant your fresh lavender plants 2 to 3 feet apart. Mature plants typically reach between 1 and 3 feet in height and can equal the same in spread. Plant in groups of 3 or more for the most impact in your landscape. Using a landscape fabric will help keep weeds and grass to a minimum.

The best soil conditions for lavender: 

Lavender thrives in any poor or moderately fertile soil. If you have heavy or clay soil, add some organic matter to improve drainage.  Lavender loves the heat generated from rocks. We suggest adding some gravel or river rock to your lavender patch to encourage heat retention.

Watering your Lavender:

Lavender likes to be dry, so don’t over water. Some of our biggest highest producing bushes are not manually irrigated at all!

Harvesting your Lavender:

Just like choosing French or English for your lavender variety, when to cut your lavender can also be considered a matter of preference. All lavender should be hard pruned back to the wood when cut. This will help to produce more blooms the next season. In some varieties you will also be able to produce a second bloom later in the season, so don’t be afraid to cut it!


Additional information

Weight13 lbs
Dimensions21.1 × 10.7 × 5 in

Grosso, Hidcote Giant, Phenomenal, Hidcote Blue, Folgate, Royal Velvet, Super Blue, White Ellagance, Munstead, Blue Spear, Lavance Deep Purple


McKinley Lavender Farm



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