Welcome to the original Naramata Lavender Shop!
We have moved to downtown Naramata in 2018 and are now located at 126 Robinson Avenue, where you can find our little doll-house lavender boutique full of hand-made, high-quality lavender products for your bath and kitchen, along with our traditional French table linens and other decorative items for your house and garden.
We have sold our former lavender farm in 2017 and moved to another location.
We are growing our lavender now on our smaller, private farm in the hills above Naramata. Those approx. 400 plants allow us to carry on crafting our many well established and sought after lavender products.
We have also added a bit of "new stuff" to our selection, such as lavender chocolate, a new refreshing lavender tea blend, bubble baths, as well as a line of hand-made rosewater products. My original landscape paintings are still available, too.
We are now open by appointment. Please phone 250 488 8365 to book.
Thank-you to all for your continued patronage. Our small village shop has become another Naramata landmark, and we wouldn't be able to do this without you!
Follow us on Facebook under <https://www.facebook.com/forestgreenman> for product and opening hour updates and on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/forestgreenmanlavender/, where we like to just generally update about our silly life.
Karolina and Doug
fresh lavender wands
Lavender flower soaps
A basket of Royal Velvet Lavender
Home meade lavender syrup
Just another lavender basket.
"Provence" original art by Karolina Born
Kitchen towels, made in Provence
The "Green Man" is usually represented as a stylized face made up of leaves and branches — the Celtic spirit of nature, an ancient symbol, representing growth, fertility and renewal. He appears in many cultures. He dies in the winter and is reborn in the spring and we are convinced that he’s out there, somewhere, amongst our fruit trees, vegetables and lavender field....
OUR “YOUTUBE” LINKS are
to watch our ancient interview with Sandy Dawson in June/09 from CHBC-TV, and
to watch Richard resurrect the old MF 35 tractor!
These are both relics from our times on the former farm and will give you a bit of an idea where it all started.