November 10, 2022 Covering this year's new Lavender Plants for the winter!

Lavender Dreams
The year is 2024, and the lavender season just a swing away. The snow has left the fields and the air is crisp. It's a beautiful sight, and the work is just beginning on the lavender farms this time of year.
I'm one of those people. I love everything about lavender farms, from the stunning scenery to the delicious lavender-infused treats. But most of all, I love the feeling of peace and tranquility that I get when I'm surrounded by lavender.
We are entering our fourth seson and it has been an experience that we will never forget. On the farm's in Elba and Cambria, New York we will have over 2,000 Lavender plants by the end of this season.
I can spend the day wandering through the fields, taking in the beauty of the lavender and breathing in the sweet scent. I also had the chance to learn about the lavender growing process and the many different ways that lavender can be used.
 The lavender farm feeling refreshed and relaxed in expecting the plants to spring to life soon. It was the perfect way to spend a early spring day. Too soon it will be June and the splash of purple amazing.
If you're looking for a way to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life, I highly recommend visiting a lavender farm. It's an experience that you won't soon forget.
Here are some tips for making the most of your lavender farm visit:
  • Go during the peak bloom season, which is typically from mid-June to early August.
  • Wear comfortable shoes, as you'll be doing a lot of walking.
  • Bring a hat and sunscreen to protect yourself from the sun.
  • Bring a camera to capture the beautiful scenery.
  • Be sure to try some of the lavender-infused treats, such as lavender ice cream, lavender lemonade, and lavender cookies.
  • Take some time to relax and enjoy the peace and tranquility of the lavender fields.
The Lavender Life Lavender Farm is not that far from home.  Many visitors go there each year in season when the lavender is in bloom but you can go anytime of the year.  I have posted photos of the Lavender Farm before but these are different photos except for one.  Most people that visit my blog wouldn't know this farm existed.
The Denny family from England settled in the Lilydale area, they brought with them Lavender seeds from the French Alps, Lavandula Angustifolia (the true French Lavender.) before their journey.  They chose Lilydale due to it's climate similar to where Lavender was grown in France.  Eventually the farm was moved to it's present site which is not that far from Lilydale.
The fields contain about 650,000 plants.  The total length of the rows is estimated to be 200km, (124m).
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