One Nice Thing: Lavender Labyrinth in Shelby, Michigan

July 6, 2020 | Filed Under One Nice Thing | No Comments

Following up on the Santa Rosa lavender labyrinth which was last Tuesday’s Nice Thing, there’s also a lavender labyrinth in Shelby, Michigan.

An aerial photo of a labyrinth made of lavender bushes and other colorful plants.

[Image description: An aerial photo of a labyrinth made of lavender bushes and other colorful plants.]

From the website: “An arbor towers above the stone circle and surrounds an herb garden. Designed in accordance with the principles of sacred geometry, the 12-point vesica pattern defines 36 beds filled with dozens of herbal varieties.”

The center of the labyrinth is a lush herb garden, which provides fragrant breezes as you walk the labyrinth, as well as providing delightful goods available in the market.

The labyrinth is part of Cherry Hill Market, which offers fresh, local produce, available to take home or to enjoy on site in one of the dishes at the market cafe. Currently, the hours and services are limited due to the pandemic, but if you find yourself in that part of the world, do check their website to see if you can arrange a visit.

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