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prairietransplant
« on: December 04, 2005 05:16:28 PM »

Hi out there,
I've sewn a bunch of sachets to fill with lavender, but now I can't find anyone who sells dried lavender!  I thought it would be easy to find.  Does anyone know where in Saskatoon I could buy some?  The other thing that might work is those plastic potpourri beads...but I don't know where to find those either.
Thanks!
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« Reply #1 on: December 04, 2005 11:56:30 PM »

Do you have an "Old Fashion Foods" in Saskatoon?

I got a 100g bag of dried lavender at the south store in Regina for under $5 (not sure if this is reasonable or not). They have quite a large selection of dried flowers and herbs (at least, the location that I went to did). Good luck!
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« Reply #2 on: December 05, 2005 10:36:55 AM »

Do you have an "Old Fashion Foods" in Saskatoon?

I got a 100g bag of dried lavender at the south store in Regina for under $5 (not sure if this is reasonable or not). They have quite a large selection of dried flowers and herbs (at least, the location that I went to did). Good luck!

Thanks so much!  There is an Old Fashion Foods quite near me, but I never would have known it was there or thought to check a health food store without your tip.  I'm going to get their last bag today.  Cheesy  For anyone else who has the same question, I found another health food store here that has lavender, Mom's Nutrition.  Their prices on lavender are a little higher than you paid, so I think you paid a reasonable price.

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