Lavender farm lands tall order

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Saturday, April 01, 2006

SILVERTON — Tiny Havenhill Lavender Farm scored a big coup by selling 600 of its lavender sachets to national chain Bath & Body Works. The chain, in hot pursuit of a French-look lavender sachet, found Havenhill’s through its website. “They were very easy to work with,” reports Trina Stoffel, who owns the farm with her husband, Tom. Havenhill will add gift shop hours and new events to its roster this summer in an effort to further build the business.
— Christina Williams

 

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