Posts Tagged ‘Sequim lavender’

Plan Now For Lavender Planting 2014

August 20th, 2013 by victor

live-plants-LWe don’t want to nag so we’ll just call it a friendly reminder, but it’s already time to start thinking about next year’s lavender plants. We need to start our propagating soon in order to have plants that will be ready to ship when you are ready to plant. By placing a pre-season order, you will be guaranteed to have the plants in the varieties you need when you are ready to plant those new lavender fields. As an added bonus, any plant order of $1,000.00 or more, received by December 31, 2013, will receive a 10% discount. We require a 10% deposit at the time you place the order but you will not be charged for the balance of your order until they are shipped to you. The lavender plants will ship in the spring at a time appropriate for planting in your area.

Take some time and review our available varieties of Lavandula X Intermedia, Angustifolia and Stoechas. If you don’t see the lavender you are looking for just send us an email at info@victors We may already have it. We are always acquiring  new lavender varieties and many aren’t yet listed on our website or order form.

While you are cruising our website for lavender plants, have a look at all of our great lavender products and gifts. This year we started making all of our own lavender products and they have been a huge success. People love them. We opened a gift shop on our farm here in Sequim this summer and the products are selling like crazy. We have everything from lavender goat milk soaps and lotions to lavender pet products as well as products for the home and gifts for some of your favorite lavender fans. If you have a gift shop at your location and would be interested in carrying our products give us a call and we would be happy to discuss our wholesale program with you.

So sit back, relax and envision your new lavender field.


Brand New Storefront for Victor’s Lavender

June 3rd, 2013 by victor

Our New Store

Our New Store

We are so excited to announce the June 4th opening of our new store right here on our growing grounds in Sequim.

We’ve been so busy shipping lavender plants that it has been a real challenge to have everything done but we’re ready!  Our good friends Beth Norris and Barbara Landbeck have been absolute treasures. My wife, Maribel, Beth and Barb have all spent many long hours converting a portion of our drying barn into a really charming place to display all of our products. We’ll have it packed full of the great products we offer in our web store. You will be able experience the wonderful  scents of our body mists, the softening qualities of our goat milk cremes and lotions as well as an opportunity to browse our selection of products for your home. We haven’t forgotten about the pets either. We will have our entire line of pet products available too. As the season progresses we will again have both fresh and dried lavender bundles ready for you to take home and enjoy.

Be sure to mark you calendar to come by and say hi. If you are local or just passing through – we’d love to see you.

We truly want to thank all our friends and family who worked so hard to help us make this happen.


Lavandula Angustifolia – Folgate

March 13th, 2012 by victor

Find Folgate At Victor's Lavender Farm Beginning in April

Find Folgate At Victor's Lavender Farm Beginning in April

A tiny bush that packs a big wallop. This variety of English lavender is one of the best oil producers and is considered the best for producing high-yield crops for culinary uses, etc. Folgate is a tiny bush with narrow, small leaves and a sweet aroma. If you like cooking with lavender or enjoy the sweet smell in potpourri and sachets you will love this plant. Ever thought about Lavender Latte? Or Tea? How about Lavender Ice Cream. The possibilities are limited only by your imagination. Plant some in your garden and see for yourself.

Find Folgate At Victor’s Lavender Farm Beginning in April.

2012 International Lavender Conference

February 20th, 2012 by victor

Learn from the Best

The International Lavender Conference, hosted by the Sequim Lavender Farmers Association will be held April 27-29 at the Sequim Holiday Inn Express and Conference Center here in Sequim, Washington. Join with colleagues from around the world to learn more about farming and marketing your lavender. There will be classes and workshops at many of the Sequim Lavender Farms.  I will be one of the speakers at this conference as well as Dr. Tim Upson, co-author of The Genus Lavender, Dr. Curtis Beus, Ann Harmon, Jade Shutes, Kathy Gehrt and the Sequim farmers all providing valuable information to help you ‘grow’ your business to its full potential.

Come hear it from the pros. For more information on the conference and registering please visit  I know you will find this a very valuable and informative weekend.  I will look forward to seeing you there.

New Website for Victor’s Lavender!

November 16th, 2011 by victor

Victor's Lavender New WebsiteWe are so please to showcase our new website for Victor’s Lavender. This new custom website is built around a powerful CMS called WordPress. With wordpress Victor can now log in and make several edits himself. The new custom website also features a photo gallery and large header image areas to showcase his beutiful lavender farm, world travel experiences and his products.

When it comes to propagating lavender, Victor Gonzales is considered the North Olympic Peninsula’s resident expert. Victor is a wholesale lavender grower and supplier. He has successfully propagated more than one million lavender plants and counting. During the last decade, Victor’s green thumb has helped Sequim, Washington become the official lavender capital of North America.