Lavender harvest aims to beat change in weather by Adam Gasson

Lavender harvest

Last summer I spent three mornings waiting for the sunrise at Snowshill Lavender Farm up in the Cotswolds. The first two mornings were rained out, the extra moisture ruins the lavender, but luckily on the third morning the sun came out and the harvest took place. It only takes a few days to turn a scene that resembled a French rolling countryside into a British field.

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