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Action Cam: Lavender season at 'Fleur de Provence'

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KHQ.COM - Nestled at the base of the beautiful Green Bluff farming community just north of Spokane, Fleur de Provence Lavender Farm overlooks the ever-changing wheat fields of Peone Prairie. While miles away from our namesake in Provence, France, a visit to our farm provides a similar experience. The rich fragrance of lavender flowers will delight your senses and soothe your soul.

Fleur de Provence Lavender Farm originated in 2003 with three varieties of lavender. Now more than 500 plants flourish and provide spectacular color and scent. Whether you choose to cut the perfect bouquet of fresh flowers, select your own zone-hardy nursery plants, or simply relax and watch the bees at work, a visit to our farm offers a delightful experience for all ages.

For more info: http://www.lavenderongreenbluff.com/

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