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Tussie Mussie Lavender Field

Nothing beats a stroll through a beautiful, fragrant lavender field. Perhaps it is because it’s a scent much associated with our grandmothers that it brings us such comfort. In the language of flowers, lavender has many meanings, but devotion and compassion are among the most well known.

Lavender fields are at their best in June and July so make sure you make time for a visit each year. You will leave these majestic fields with a feeling of such joy at being surrounded by the vibrant lilac, busy bees and the sense of calm that it brings. Definitely good for the soul.

Lavender has been used through the ages for lots of different reasons. Lavender’s Latin name was taken from lavare which means to wash. And women used to dry their laundry over lavender bushes to fragrance the household linens.

Our Tussie Mussie Keepsake candle contains lavender among other essential oils, including rosemary and bergamot. It delivers a wonderful breath of fresh, clean air in your home and makes a wonderful gift for a treasured friend.

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