Posted by June Hand on 29th Jun 2016
We wanted to give you an update about the farm. Due to the drought last year and then flood conditions, we lost all of our lavender plants this year. Purple Ranch Hands are not quitters, so this past weekend we started replanting. The plants are small but we have high hopes that in a few years they will be in full bloom.
Since we have no blooms for everyone to see we have decided to keep the farm closed until the plants are blooming again. You are always welcome to order products online and keep up with Purple Ranch events on our Facebook page. I wanted to share with you some photos of the results of our hard work.
We appreciate all of our loyal customers and look forward to seeing you when the lavender is blooming again or at one of our events.
June and the Purple Ranch Hands
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