Lavender Farm

We had the great luck and pleasure of visiting this Tasmanian Lavender farm at the peak of its blooming season, only one day before harvest.


date13 Aug

2 Responses to “Lavender Farm”

  1. Roxane
    8:53 am on August 29th, 2011

    love it :)

  2. James Meacham
    5:26 am on December 29th, 2012

    I first met lavender blossoms dry in a teardrop shaped basket with a wood stopper which could hang in a closet with clothes or be put in a drawer with under ware. The smell is the English definition of ‘clean smelling.’ And it is a delight in a garden bed too.

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