After spending five years living in Belgium, Joanne and her husband, Jeff moved back to her family farm in Chester County, Pennsylvania. Wanting to bring a little piece of European life back to her home in the US, she began to turn her family's horse farm into fragrant fields of Lavender. Joanne is a member of the US Lavender Growers Association and loves learning about new benefits and uses for lavender.
Amy is the creative sister. Her attention to detail and artistic eye shine thorough in her beautiful flower arrangements, bouquets and all those extra touches that make our weddings and events so special. When not taking classes at Longwood Gardens or camping out in the greenhouse, she is tending her horses, dogs and cats. Her dream is to have a fully stocked petting zoo.
Our parents, Dick and Nancy Saha bought Mt Airy Farm back in 1971 to pursue their dream of owning a small horse farm. They renovated the farmhouse and grounds into the beautiful estate it is today. We feel fortunate to be able to enjoy our Lavender fields here after coming very close to losing the farm as a result of eminent domain. After a lengthy battle, the eminent domain take-over was overturned and our family continues to enjoy the beauty and tranquility of the farm to this day.