Description on the back of the card:
Called America’s Provence, the Sequim, Washington area is recognized internationally as a prime lavender producer. The sunny, temperate, dry climate of the Dungeness Valley is perfect for growing this fragrant flower. The region is nestled between the Olympic Mountains (seen in this image) and the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Lavender is used in everything from bath and body products to food items such as ice cream and tea.