Lavender is indigenous to the Mediterranean area and is a perennial herb plant, with a heavenly fragrance, that grows best in climates that don't have a lot of high heat or humidity. The lavender agriculture is started to be made in Kuyucak quarter in Keçiborlu town in Isparta.
The lavender in Isparta comes into flower in July and the lavender valley shaping in blue both catches the visitors’ eyes and is plenty of nectar and pollen source for the bees, producing aromatic and healing honey.
Lavender has been used medicinally for centuries and is reputed to have relaxing and healing properties. A generous amount of lavender has been sprinkled in to every feather and down filled cushion.