Blue Moon Lavender Farm

  (Sequim, Washington)
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Lavender Harvest

Every fall all of our 900 lavender plants get a final trim, shaping the plants into half-ball hedgehogs. It's nice, fragrant work during the cool, crisp days of the fall. I use a hedge trimmer, wielding it like a sword, giving each lavender a buzz. The late bees are still working and are not eager to fly off when I'm cutting the stem of their flower. The meandering rows of trimmed, orderly half-balls give the fields a sculptured, corduroy texture.  [Read More]
 
 
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