Lavender Plant Propagation Services

About Wayward Winds’ Propagation Services

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Lavender Expertise

We have extensive experience under our belts, and are eager to share what we’ve learned to ensure your lavender plants thrives. We are knowledgeable about the different varieties and how to grow them successfully, so please reach out if you are seeking consultation!


Custom Propagation

We propagate our plants to order, which ensures the plants you receive are fresh, healthy, and made just for you!



Because we propagate to order, we specialize in supplying bulk orders for lavender farms and growers. There is a minimum purchase of 72 plants required to be considered a wholesale customer. We no longer offer plugs and only sell 4 inch pots.  We also no longer ship live plants.  You must be willing to pick up your order at the farm.  For more details regarding wholesale plant purchases and including pricing, please see our Terms and Conditions.  To have our list of cultivars emailed to you please click here.



Our plants are available for retail purchases only at our farm during our open hours in the summer. We occasionally have extra plants available, so please contact us for availability.


Plant Selection

We offer several varieties of lavender, some of which you can browse and learn about below. For a complete list of our available cultivars please submit the inquiry on the left.

Lavender Care Tips


Lavender likes to dry out, so be careful not to over-water you lavender plants. Once the roots are established in the ground (after one blooming season), it will not be necessary to water them unless you live in a very dry climate and opt for irrigation. We recommend planting new plants in the ground in Spring or Fall, so that only minimal watering will be required as they establish.

Sun & Soil

Make sure your lavender plants are in a location where they have access to full sun. They also need very well-draining soil, so adding sand or other soil amendments can be helpful if they are in pots.


Plant lavender 3-4 feet apart, so as to account for growth overtime. Overcrowded plants have a harder time drying out, and tangled stems make harvesting difficult.


Lavender blooms in the summer, with climate, elevation, weather patterns, and lavender variety influencing bloom times. Lavender plants should be pruned heavily in the spring and fall. Do not cut into the woody part of the plant, as that can cause long-term damage.