Nestled in the South Downs, Lordington Lavender was established in 2002 by Andrew and Rosie Elms. The wonderful lavender crop which goes into all Lordington Lavender products is grown with conservation and the environment very much in mind.
Lordington is a haven for wildlife, helping to support our precious farmland birds. Working with the RSPB, Andrew has conducted surveys on the farm and been delighted his land boasts purring Turtle Doves, as well as Yellowhammers, Linnets, and Skylark.
Butterflies and bumblebees also adorn the wildflower margins which grow alongside the insect-rich crop of lavender. An amazing lavender business supporting nature in a stunning way!
You can see the habitats in action during the annual Open Week in July.
“BUTTERFLIES AND BUMBLEBEES ADORN THE WILDFLOWER MARGINS WHICH GROW ALONGSIDE THE INSECT-RICH CROP OF LAVENDER”
IS GROWN FROM OUR ACTIONS TODAY
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