If you are in Seattle, go to this shop and tell Holly that Iris sent you.
When I met Holly Henderson at her shop, Lavender Heart Botanicals, I wanted to know more about her. After writing a book about lavender, I was curious about how this herb had enchanted Holly.
Holly grew up on her family’s farm, The Henderson Holly Farm, in the 1960’s. My first question was, “Were you named for the farm?”
She tossed her long red hair back, and said, “I never knew for sure. My mother told me that back in Minnesota, a lost little girl knocked on the front door on a snowy winter day. Mom invited her to come in out of the cold while she called her parents. Her name was Holly. Mom decided then if she ever had a baby girl, she would name her Holly.”
Holly’s parents set up a production facility, enlisted a crew, and created a business making and selling wreaths, topiaries and…
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The original site of the Crockett property was located in 1949. A replica of the Crockett family water well was built on the site of the original water well. The Hamblin County Chapter of the Association for the Preservation of Tennessee Antiquities (APTA) decided they wanted to build a Museum on that same site for the 1955 Morristown City Centennial celebration.
The Museum is in the form of a replica of the tavern that was owned by John and Rebecca Crockett, the parents of Davy Crockett. The Crocketts built the tavern on a stage coach route. The tavern also was the Crockett family home, where John, Rebecca and their nine children lived.