Covered Bridges
Covered Bridges Lavender: About Us
Meet the founders of Covered Bridges Lavender, Nancy and Phil Morrison

Phil was born and raised in Saint John and Rothesay, NB, Nancy in St Catharines, Ont. They married and raised their family in Bradford, Ont while Phil operated a hardwood flooring business and Nancy worked in Administration in Policing.

In 2016, the opportunity of retirement presented itself along with a move back to New Brunswick for the whole family.

With this move, it was decided to start a lavender business as a new and exciting adventure together. Something to build for the future for their children. And a fantastic way to connect with friends, neighbours and members of the community in their new home.

Nancy has put earlier culinary training at George Brown College to use in developing the lavender products. All soaps and lotions, and culinary treats once developed, are being tested and perfected and the lavender product line continues to grow constantly.

Phil referred back to his Biology degree from UNB and earlier greenhouse experience in BC to work at developing the lavender plants and gardens.

Phil and Nancy would like to thank the wonderful community where they live, that supports them and allows their lavender business to grow.


Handcrafted Bath and Body Guild
Our products are registered with Health Canada to ensure all current health and safety regulations are met and followed. Covered Bridges Lavender is also a member of the Handcrafted Bath and Body Guild.
What is Covered Bridges Lavender?

The name was selected to highlight Nancy’s love of NB Covered Bridges and the desire to promote tourism through these beautiful historic bridges.

Covered Bridges Lavender is located on the marshlands of the Kennebecasis River on the Kingston Peninsula, within the Town of Hampton. The plethora of waterfowl and wildlife here add to the charm of a visit to the property. In 2017 we started our lavender garden, in 2019 a greenhouse was added. We started with six types of lavender growing, both French and English varieties. It takes three years for lavender plants to reach productive maturity, and their lifespan is usually 7-10 years. Our first plantings are now nearing their lifespan completion. Each year more plants are added to the gardens; varieties are tested, some to be discontinued and some expanded upon. We offer a wide variety of various lavenders, from deepest of purple to snowy white and all shades in between. The lavender gardens are a continual work in progress.

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Covered Bridges Lavender: About Us