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Posted on: September 16, 2019

Sweethaven Lavender of Williamsburg Launches E-Commerce

Sweethaven Mercantile Shop photo by Lindsey Lyons Photography

Sweethaven Lavender of Williamsburg (Sweethaven) is pleased to announce they have launched e-commerce for their small batch, all-natural lavender products. A variety of Sweethaven skincare, culinary and lavender products including small or large dried bouquets are now available for purchase online. Sweethaven’s online shop includes skincare (soaps, lotions, essential oil roll-ons and sprays) and culinary (simple syrups and honey) products.

As a part of their introduction of e-commerce, free shipping is available for purchases over $25.

“We are blessed to be able to expand our operation so soon and offer our lavender products online,” said Kerry Messer, owner of Sweethaven. “The outpouring of support from our customers has been tremendous and we are excited that as we head into the holidays, people will be able to gift our products to their friends and family across the country.”

Sweethaven totals more than 100 acres and is the first lavender farm in James City County. They are located at 2301 Jolly Pond Road and are open seasonally. Their first annual lavender festival was held on Saturday, June 29.

For more information, please visit Sweethaven’s website, Facebook page, Instagram or send an email to sweethavenlavender@gmail.com.

Photo courtesy of Lindsey Lyons Photography.

Media Contact:
Laura Messer, Tourism & Marketing Coordinator
757-253-6607; laura.messer@jamescitycountyva.gov

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