Welcome to our new Forest Green Man Lavender Products website!
Our lavender shop has moved to downtown Naramata! We are now located at 126 Robinson Avenue, where you can find our hand-made, high-quality lavender products for bath and kitchen uses along with French linen and other decorative items.
We no longer own the Naramata lavender farm and it has been decommissioned. However, we do have another, smaller, private farm in Naramata, where we grow approx. 400 lavender plants of the varieties that we need to make our products. We have also added a bit of "new stuff" to our selection, such as lavender chocolate, bubble baths, and a line of hand-made rosewater products. My original landscape paintings are also still available.
Throughout the winter months, we are fully stocked and open by appointment. If you would like to shop for your favourite items to help bring some summer fragrances into the winter months, please give me a call at (250) 488-8365 and we can make an appointment for a physically distanced, all sanitized shopping experience.
Thank-you to all for your continued patronage and support, against all odds, we had an exceptionally good 2020 season!
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
Lavender flower soaps
A basket of Royal Velvet Lavender
Original art by Karolina Born
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 fruit trees, vegetables and lavender fields....
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 farm and will give you a bit of an idea where it all started.