Young Living’s Simiane-la-Rotonde Lavender Farm is located in charming Provence, a region of France renowned for its beauty, fragrant lavender fields, and summer-long festivals. Because of its history and breathtaking views, this farm has become a popular destination for essential oil lovers, artists, and visitors looking to breathe in the captivating spirit of the special location.
Dalmatia’s striking and historic landscape reflects its deep cultural roots and makes an ideal home for the botanical helichrysum. That’s why this farm was founded with the intention of becoming a sustainable source for the popular Helichrysum oil, but the location has since continued to grow and cultivate even more botanicals.
The D. Gary Young, Young Living Foundation works hard to uplift the communities where Young Living has a presence—not only by assisting community members through financial and employment support but also by directly serving, visiting, and working with many of the people the Foundation’s projects affect.
The Foundation has partnered with the Maestral Orphanage in Split, Croatia, to provide an unprecedented model of care and educational opportunities to the children it hosts. The Dalmatia Aromatic Farm is a wonderful example of precious, age-old resources supporting the community’s future.
Located in Bulgaria, one of the most valued rose-growing regions in the world, the Balkan Botanical Farm specializes in roses, and has expanded its essential oil farm offerings to include Roman chamomile and valerian as part of its partnership with Young Living. The Balkan Botanical Farm builds upon the deep history and worldwide recognition of botanical farming in the region.