Red Rock Ranch & Farms LLC in Concho, AZ offers a selection of hard to find Lavender varieties for landscaping and commercial growers. We will help you to select the right lavender varieties for your area & give you growing tips.
Offering wholesale pricing for volume orders.
Have you ever thought about landscaping with lavender or planting a field of lavender to start a small business?
Red Rock Ranch & Farms LLC has the experience and knowledge about planting and growing lavender. We can assist home gardeners as well as commercial growers.
Our services include:
▪ Landscape and Field Design
▪ Lavender Plant Selection - Plants that are Ideal for Geographic Zones and Growing Conditions
▪ Water and Drip System Planning
▪ Planting and Maintenance Consultation
▪ Marketing Consultation - Establishing Your Lavender Business
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Long-stemmed and the darkest blue-purple flower spikes of any of the hybrid types. A heavy bloomer, the flowers have a strong lavender fragrance with a hint of camphor. Zones 5-10
The light purple flowers on very long stems are very fragrant and dry beautifully for potpourri. It is more moisture tolerant than other varieties, and is recommended to gardeners who have difficulty over wintering lavenders. Zones 6-10.
This is a white lavender and makes a beautiful contrast to the deep purple of ‘Grosso’ and other lavenders in a garden or a bouquet. It is highly perfumed, and is perfect for fresh or dried bouquets. Zones 5-11
A beautiful hybrid lavender best known for its long, attractive silver-grey leaves. It blooms mid-to late summer with tall stems of purple flowers. The flowers are not overly aromatic but they do bloom for a long time. Zones 6-9
Tolerant of both high heat and harsh winter. It shows resistance to the effects of humidity. Highly fragrant with concentrated essential oils, Phenomenal's spikes of purple-blue flowers attract butterflies and bees to the garden. Edible, deer-resistant and fast-growing, this silver-leafed lavender. Zones 5-9
A spectacular, free-flowering dwarf lavender with deep blue flowers from early to late summer. Gray-green evergreen foliage on a compact bush. Used for potpourri, sachets, fresh and dried bouquets. Zones 5-8
Is very showy when blooming plants are covered with dark navy-blue and lavender flower spikes. The 3 to 4 inch long flower spikes, hold their dark color superbly as a dried flower. Home gardeners will enjoy it for its rapid growth, its long bloom period in late spring/early summer, and tolerance of wet winters. Zones 5-10
Beautiful violet-blue flower spikes bloom mid to late summer. A compact variety that forms neat, dome-shaped plants. Sweetly fragrant, it is perfect for use fresh or dried. Excellent for colorful mass plantings. Zones 5-8
A compact English lavender with deep blue bi-colored flower spikes. When mature, it can bloom twice in late spring and again in September. Sweetly fragrant flowers and foliage. Can be used for bouquets and cooking. Zones 5-10
This variety grows to a small bush and has a sweet aroma. It has iridescent violet-blue flowers. It is used for cooking as well as sachets. Zones 5-9
Deeply colored violet-blue flowers and a compact variety. It is an excellent choice for edging walks and paths, where the aromatic flowers and foliage can be easily enjoyed. Good variety for drying, as it holds its color well. One of the most cold-hardy lavenders. Zones 4-1
Fragrant lavender with lavender-blue flowers and gray-green, mounded foliage. Excellent in fresh or dried bouquets. Zones 5-9
Vera is thought to be the original species lavender. During June and July the fresh lavender sprays are harvested. Zones 5-11
'Grosso' 'Royal Velvet'
'Grosso' in Front and 'Alba' Behind 'Provence'