10 Lavender Fields You Will Love

Every summer in regions all over the world, lavender plants bloom into beautiful and wildly fragrant flowers that are used in baking, soaps, and essential oils. The lavender fields they often grow in make not only for a sensory overload, but also for some really beautiful photos.

Read on for 10 of our favorite lavender fields from around the world:

1. Abbaye Notre-Dame de Sénanque in Gordes, France

Trover photo by Shoba Krishnamurthy

 

2. Woodinville Lavender Farm in Woodinville, Washington

Trover photo by Kellyhphotos

 

3. Farm Tomita in the Hokkaido Prefecture of Japan

Trover photo by Patrick Chong

 

4. Fields of lavender in the commune of Valensole, France

Trover photo by Marta Logan

 

5. Harvesting season at the Barkly Lavender and Rose Farm in Barkly, Australia

Trover photo by CM TRAVEL 4FUN

 

6. Snowshill Lavender Farm in Broadway, England

Trover photo by Somerset Garden

 

7. Farm Tomita in the Hokkaido Prefecture of Japan

Trover photo by Molly Yang

 

8. Purple Haze Lavender Shop in Sequim, Washington

Trover photo by Diane Fetzner

 

9. Views from Lavandario in Cunha, São Paulo, Brazil

Trover photo by Lucilane D’Angelo

 

10. Bridestowe Lavender Estate in Nabowla, Tasmania, Australia

Trover photo by Mia Glastonbury

 

You can practically smell the lavender through your screen, can’t you? For more lovely lavender fields from around the world, check out the full list here, and don’t forget to share your own floral discoveries on Trover this summer!