Currently, in Tihany, the “original home” of domestic lavender production, there isn’t a lavender distillery. Even though just as a dissertation, Zsolt László, architectural designer, artist has been considering the best solution and invented a completely environmentally friendly solution, especially from the point of view of water utilization.
Read more: The Tihany lavender oil distillation plan - Hungary
France is famous of lavender cultivation and of its beautiful lavender fields.For the residents there the sight of lavender fields is perhaps as common as wheat fields elsewhere. 94% of French lavender is produced in four counties of France: Alpes de Haute-Provence, Drome, Hautes-Alpes and Vaucluse. Here we can discover lavender and we can get acquainted with this fantastic plant even more closely, on the lavender journey.
Read more: The Lavender Journey – Planning a Provence Trip
Wonderful view of from lavender plantation on the Croatian island of Hvár towards the sea.
Read more: The island of Hvár (Croatia) – wonderful lavender plantations
In Bulgaria this year the lavender harvest started on the 12th of June, 2012. Watch on the video how they celebrate traditionally the beginning of the lavender harvest.
Read more: There is a place where the beginning of the lavender harvest is celebrated like this – VIDEO
Tomita farm is Japan’s largest and perhaps the world’s most beautiful blossom-farm!
Read more: Tomita Farm – giant blossom-farm in Japan
In Hungary in the sunny part of the Tihany peninsula there is a nearly one hundred year old tradition of lavender production.
Read more: A genuine lavender shop in Tihany (Hungary) – Lavender Mansion