From the 'BBC Countryfile' range by Abacus Cards
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Reverse of Card Reads: Lavender was first introduced to the UK from the Mediterranean, so it flourishes in well-drained soils that get a lot of sunlight. Surrey was once the centre of lavender production, as bunches of the flowers were produced and sold in London to counter the stench of the capital's streets. Nowadays, fields of lavender are becoming a more common sight across our countryside due to its popularity as a foundation for cosmetics and aromatherapy oils.
Size: 16.0cm x 16.0cm