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Lavender SA


Welcome to Lavender SA on the eastern outskirts of Pretoria, South-Africa.

Lavender SA had its origin on our Wild Lavender Farm situated in the Bronberg Conservancy, where Zebra, Antelope, Blue Wildebeest and Giraffe roam freely, hence the name
Wild Lavender Farm.

In 2012 our beautiful fields of Lavender were extended to a nearby farm Le Domaine de la Vare, with a character reminiscent of Provence. The consolidation of the farms led to the founding of Lavender SA in 2012, as a contributor to the flower and plant industry in South Africa. This was a natural progression of our passion for everything Lavender, as well as other plants and trees.

Currently LavenderSA is situated on the Le Domaine de la Vare Farm, which is situated 25Km east of Menlyn park, off the M30 in an easterly direction to the Bashewa AH area.

Our passion for this miracle herb Lavender, is the driving force behind Lavender SA, as well as our other plant and tree offerings to the public, retail stores, landscape architects as well as horticulturists.

We invite you to join us on a journey of the miracle herb and to allow us to introduce you to this wonderful plant in all its forms and beauty.

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A thought towards Lavender

Lavender represents beauty, love and devotion.

It sustains us, heals us and soothe mind body and soul.

Unlocking the heart of each blossom opens up a realm of grace, romance and passion that touches every aspect of our existence


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  • Your success in growing this coveted plant will depend both on what kind of growing conditions you can provide and which varieties you select to grow Growing Lavender
  • It is dampness, more than cold, that is responsible for killing lavender plantsProtecting Lavender
  • Although lavender plants get regularly pruned simply by harvesting the flowers, to keep them well-shaped and to encourage new growth, a bit of spring pruning is in orderPruning Lavender