Our last stop was Cedarbrook Lavender & Herb Farm in Sequim, Washington. Lavender for cutting but also gardens around the farmhouse with many lavender varieties and herbs mixed in. Above, taken from a lower path in front of the house so that's why the bee's eye view. As herbs grow as they like, the paths redirected around large, old lavenders. My type of garden - self-changing paths like the moving stairs of Harry Potter. Guess we have that in the garden, but they just move at a plant's pace. Of course, you know what happens when you walk down skinny paths among the herbs. Abundant aromas all around!
Flowerpot bread at the Petals Restaurant which also uses the herbs only steps away. Yea, a little cute, but also good.From our table, we had a show by the bees and birds out for their evening hunt in and under the plants in this border. For me, there couldn't have been a finer spot after a day of lavender and gardens.
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