"How beautiful it smells!" Sophia enthuses as she harvests the lavender - which she then gently dries for further processing.

A touch of Provence is in the Zillertal air, because it's lavender time at Neuhaus Zillertal Resort and our Sophia Moigg shows you her personal DIY project: lavender sachets. Due to the many different effects of lavender, the sachets are a great idea to keep for yourself or to give as a gift.

Besides the heavenly scent that repels mosquitoes and moths, lavender has other positive side effects: Relaxation, help with inner turmoil, menstrual cramps, acne and more. Reason enough to surround yourself with the scent of the Mediterranean perennial!

Sophia's personal tip: Lavender in the garden or on the balcony
If you don't have much time for gardening, you don't have to do without lavender. Real lavender grows in a flower pot on the balcony or terrace and transforms every home into a summer paradise. Lavender is not very demanding, needs little water and plenty of sun. With the beautiful, fragrant flowers, you not only transform your home into a summer paradise, but also make a contribution to promoting biodiversity.

Have fun making and planting, your Sophia Moigg!


  • Fabric scraps
  • Ribbons
  • Dried lavender flowers
  • Scissors, pen
  • Round template e.g. cooking pot (⌀ approx. 20 cm)


1.Pick the lavender (10-15 cm stem) and dry.
2.Carefully separate the dried lavender flowers from the stem.
3.Using a round template (⌀ approx. 20 cm), mark and cut out on the fabric.
4.Sprinkle two tablespoons of lavender flowers in the centre of the circle.
5.Tie the fabric with the lavender flowers into a small bag with a ribbon.