An amazing lavender farm in Sparta, it’s well known, that even the Greeks were fond of the purple-blue herb.
But this Sparta is someplace else – let’s head to Canada.
This 45 hectare lavender estate is located in a miraculous natural environment, in Canada next to Lake Ontario in a town named Sparta, which was founded by Quakers back in 1812. The owners of the estate, beside lavender, also attend to horses.
They choose the raw materials for artisan products carefully, and what they don’t produce themselves they procure from producers and artisans in the vicinity. In the homestead the Lavandula Angustifolia strain is produced, which is one of the most common lavender strains in the world.