Lavender Fields Forever

Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest.” Matthew 11:28

This lavender farm is just outside of Fredericksburg, Texas.











H/t our Miss May.
~Eowyn

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josephbc69
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Ah, to play in the fields of the Lord! In landscaping, say in handling rock, deliberately setting stone after stone to some purpose, pattern, or vision, one learns that long consideration and deep conviction must enter every placement. Every single one. There is no stone that is light. Your faith is that a wall can be built, or perhaps earth or water engaged in a way that fulfills your vision. But the problem returns: is it most fit? Out of your belief came your vision; out of your vision comes your thinking: with my skills and my faith, through my… Read more »

Judy
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Gorgeous! I recently planted a new lavender bush. I love to use it in pancakes and cookies. It’s an amazing herb. I also use it for ear problems, abrasions and small cuts. I mix it with almond oil or grape seed oil for dry skin. I’ve used a dab on my nose to help me relax and sleep at night. It’s amazing stuff.

lowtechgrannie lowtechgrannie
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lowtechgrannie lowtechgrannie

Soul candy!

josephbc69
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Amen!

DCG
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DCG

So beautiful!

Anonymous
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Anonymous

Wow, that’s purple!

Judy
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No, it’s lavender. 😉

Joseph E Fasciani
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Joseph E Fasciani

Wow, now THAT was funny!! Love it, many thanks for the yuk.

Bea Dunlap
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Bea Dunlap

Since I live in Tx I searched the web for lavender farms in and around Fredericksburg, tx and I don’t find any such as these. As I would like to visit them, does anyone know just whose fields these are?
Great pics!!

Bea Dunlap
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Bea Dunlap

https://www.bogoboo.com/lavender-harvest-england/
Located in England —
Girl running through a meadow of lavender feld before harvesting. Lavender farm in Mayfield on July 26. Lavender belongs to the family Labiatae, which includes such herbs as basil, mint, rosemary, savory, marjoram and thyme.

Mandi Richardson
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Mandi Richardson

Great pics! Where are the farms? I know it says Frederickaburg, but where?

Brendan Maye
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Hi – The top 4 pictures are from Mayfield Lavender farm just outside London England (also pictures 6 and 9). You can see the information on http://www.mayfiedlavender.com. The farmer is the guy in the black cap in the third picture. The guy on the small tractor is the local postman and the guy on the rear of the harvester was a local policeman who sadly passed away from a tragic brain anurism (R.I.P.).