Lavender time

Lavender and bee

Today begins Sequim’s annual three day Lavender Festival celebrating all things lavender. Most of our region offers good growing conditions for lavender and local crops range in size from a small backyard bush or two to large farms with hundreds of plants in dozens of varieties.

Lavender and bee 2

Most lavender growing operations are open to visitors during the festival and some offer entertainment, food, lavender education, and craft vendors. A downtown street fair fills in any gaps if you want to shop, eat, be entertained, and sniff lavender and lavender products all in one location.

Side note: If anyone’s counting, this marks my 1,750th post on Sequim Daily Photo. Time flies!

3 thoughts on “Lavender time”

  1. First of all, congrats on your longevity! That’s a lost of posts. I’ll bet you could build a fence with all those posts! Heh, heh.

    I love lavender and wish I could experience all the lavender up there this time of year. I see the bees love lavender, too. Which is a very good thing.

    And thanks for your comment on Ocala; you brought a big smile to my face with your creative humor!

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