There’s still plenty to do over winter at Lavender Abbey
While the rain streams down the windows and makes puddles in the paddocks, the temperature is 10˚ outside with a morning frost of -3˚ and the cool breeze pierces my body.
It is May and time to put the lavender to bed for the winter.
Where have the past few months gone, they’ve been full of good stuff, bad stuff, shocking stuff and amazing stuff.
Trials and Tribulations of the lavender harvest 2019
Welcome to 2019, the year of the Pig.
I have many things to be grateful for.
A very beautiful fairy
The 2018 harvest started early
From Carterton to Provence and back.