Mulberry Lavender Farm’s annual plant sale happens March 21

Lavender plants are best planted in the spring and like full sun. You can get yours on March 21 at the Mulberry Lavender Farm Baby Plant Sale. {Photo Provided}

MULBERRY — Lavender is a natural stress reliever that improves sleep and reduces blood pressure. We all could use a little more of that. You can get yours at the annual Baby Lavender Plant Sale at the Mulberry Lavender Farm on Sunday, March 21 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The farm is located at 9 Back Street in “downtown” Mulberry.

The Mulberry Lavender Farm is located in a 1860s era historic farm house that once belonged to Jack Daniel’s older brother, Wiley. In fact, Wiley’s buried nearby in the Mulberry Cemetery. It now serves as the home to lots of Navajo Churro wool-producing sheep, horses, and Earl the Rooster. It’s an all organic, bio integrated family farm.

It’s a great way to support a local small business and enjoy a rural road trip. They’ll sell baby lavender plants plus all organic lavender soap, essential oils, raw honey, farm eggs, and other fun items.

For more information, check out their Facebook page or website. You can also contact them at 928-308-8725. •

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