An interesting article!
Another interesting article. https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/article/trust-lavender/
The Cholla are just starting to bloom here on the farm. We have color surrounding us. The birds are singing and the rabbits are jumping. Luckily, the fence is keeping them out of the lavender field.
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Pure Turquoise Trail Lavender
This sachet is the perfect way to infuse your closet, dresser, or car with the long-lasting scent of lavender. If you find the scent fading away you can give the sachet a gentle squeeze to refresh. $9.00
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Thought I would share what I have been doing with you each day. Each day after I come back inside I have been sewing masks for a few of the local galleries. In New Mexico the Governor has requested that everyone wear one. Many people are coming in asking to buy them but they didn't have any. So I have been helping them out. I have had to learn a great deal... Thank you YouTube!!! But here are a few of my masks going to help them out! Hope you are staying healthy and safe! We will let you know when we have lavender bundles!!! #farmlife #masks #lavender
Lavender Sachets Bundles
Lavender - from our house to yours. These sachets are the perfect way to infuse your closet, dresser, or even your car with the long-lasting scent of lavender. If you find the scent fading just give it a gentle squeeze. $19.00
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Goodnight Lavender Farm
A little flax is growing below this lavender bush. We have a great deal of it growing in the field. It is such a beautiful ground cover and helps with soil conservation we just leave it it. The lavender sure happy today! Looks like it might be ready as early as next week! #lavenderproducts #freshlavender #lavender #lavenderbundles #lavenderfarm @ Turquoise Trail Lavender Farm
Well it's been a journey but all 1080 plants are in the ground. They are happily getting watered by the new irrigation system and the rabbits cannot get in thanks to the new fence. Thank you Kevin Walton for coming from Denver to help us build the fence. Thank you David Woodruff for coming to help to plant some lavender. Thank you Peggy Van De Voort for helping to bury irrigation lines and plant some lavender. We are truly blessed to have such amazing friends and family. The farm is thriving because of your support and from all of you who are purchasing our products and saying prayers for us to succeed. We are truly thankful for all of you!