If today is the day you’re feeling a bit frazzled, you need a break from holiday planning, and you need a few more gifts, drop everything and head over to Sunshine Lavender Farm located in Hurdle Mills, North Carolina. This local lavender farm opens only twice a year and today, December 12th, The Baggett family is warmly welcoming guests.
Research has shown that the scent of lavender can lower your heart rate and blood pressure, putting you in a more relaxed state. ‘Tis the season to add a bit of relaxation into these busy days, wouldn’t you say?
If you’re having a tough time deciding what to buy for that tough-to-buy for person, consider the handmade gifts at the Sunshine Lavender Farm. The Lavender Sugar Cookie Mix is perfect for those with a sweet tooth or the home baker. Pick up some lavender soap or a sugar body polish for the student who just finished exams, for the mom of toddlers, and the traveler who is always on the road. For those who enjoy a cup of tea to close out their day, the honey with lavender is the way to go. Lavender lotion balm and a lavender candle also make great stocking stuffers. Is there someone new in the neighborhood? Consider picking up a preserved lavender bouquest to welcome them to the neighborhood this holiday season.
If you just need to get out of the house, consider stopping by the lavender holiday celebration today. With lavender hot chocolate being served from the kitchen, a tasting of the lavender rose scones nearby, and door prizes for those onsite, it’s sure to raise your spirits. If you can’t get out, Sunshine Lavender Farm’s online shop is always open!
Annie and Dale Baggett are committed to growing and crafting unique, farm fresh lavender for personal use, the garden, gifts galore, and even weddings. Also, who says you can’t put a ‘To: Self, From: Self’ gift under the tree?
Today only: 2015 Lavender Holiday Celebration
Saturday, December 12th, 2015
Sunshine Lavender Farm
4105 Millstone Rd.
Hurdle Mills, NC
Order online HERE!