Where Is Linen Grown?

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Top quality Flax plant where linen comes from is primarily grown in Western Europe. In very modern years bulk linen manufacture has moved to Eastern Europe and China, but high quality fabrics are still restricted to niche producers in Ireland, Italy and Belgium.
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