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Made in Oklahoma: Flowering gift blossoms into business (NewsOK)

From a challenge that lavender wouldn't grow in Oklahoma soil has bloomed a business that has kept Jag Sodhi busy in his retirement. While Sodhi was a professor for the Department of Defense at Defense Acquisition University, a student gave him a lavender plant as a gift and he took the challenge of growing lavender on his acreage near Apache, 75 miles southwest of Oklahoma City. Through trial and error, Sodhi has discovered 10 varieties of lavender that thrive here. In his retail shop, he sells the plants, as well as soaps, lotion, essential oil and other products made with the purple plant. He invites all his customers to visit his garden, which many describe as “heaven,” and twice a year,

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