Blue Moon Lavender Farm

  (Sequim, Washington)
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Doe and 3 fawns

Our lavender farm was graced this morning with a visit of a doe with triplets. The babies are wobbly on their legs, reddish brown with white spots, and quite adorable. The mother seemed unperturbed by our presence, and calmly kept grazing on grass, while the fawns chased around and nursed. What a great site to see in your garden.

Deer don't like lavender plants, so we don't have any damage from deer eating them, except when they deposit their young among the plants and push them under to hide them, some of the plants get crushed a bit, but we don't mind. We love seeing the deer all year in our gardens.

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