The Oregon Lavender Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of lavender in Oregon. OLA's primary goal is to promote education about lavender and its benefits and support OLA members in their efforts to grow successful lavender businesses.Read more on the About page...
All of the lavender destinations listed on this page will be open to the publc this year. Please take a look at what each location has to offer, check their activities and hours (as everyone is different) and then come relax with us!
Too many lavender farms -- too little time? Visit our Lavender Destination Finder page to filter destinations by offering, to help you identify which place to visit next.
Many of the Oregon Lavender Destinations have special events on the second weekend of July each year.
This page provides a full list of all Oregon Lavender Destinations that are participating in the farm tour.
If you need planning your weekend, our tour finder page will help you choose locations based upon festive offerings.
Our maps page gives you directions, lists each destination in Google Maps, and allows you to download this year's brochure.
Photography ContestCapture the magic of lavender bursting into color in the lavender fields throughout Oregon. Winning photographs are displayed at the Farm Tour, featured on our website, and used in our publications which are distributed statewide.
Paint OutIn weeks prior to the festival, plein air artists will reproduce colorful local lavender fields in paintings and display their art at a juried art show at the Yamhill Lavender Festival. To participate in the Paint Out, visit the artists' page.
To participate in the Farm Tour as a lavender destination, please visit the OLA website. To participate as a vendor, visit the vendor's page or contact one of the destinations directly.
Photo Gallery -- some images from our photo contest.
Our events page lists lavender-centric events throughout the state -- be sure to visit it and see what is happening. We also have three recurring yearly events:
TOUR LAVENDER LOCATIONS, each with its own selection of different varieties of lavender, and each with its own activities arranged for the event. At lavender farms, you can cut your own bouquets of fresh lavender; at nurseries, you can purchase specialty lavender plants and speak to experts on growing and cultivating lavender. Each location has special events planned for the festive weekend.
Photography ContestCapture the magic of lavender bursting into color in the lavender fields throughout Oregon. Winning photographs are displayed on the Farm Tour, featured on our website, and used in our publications which are distributed statewide.
Paint OutIn weeks prior to the farm tour, plein air artists will reproduce colorful local lavender fields in paintings and display their art at a juried art show at the Yamhill Lavender Festival. To participate in the Paint Out, visit the artists' page.
Mountainside Lavender17805 SW Hillsboro HighwayHillsboro (Scholls), OR 97123
Phone: 503-936-6744 email: email@example.com Website: www.mountainsidelavender.com
Lavender Festival Hours: 9 am to 5 pm
Seasonal Hours: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM Daily
Nestled in Scholls on the slopes of Chehalem mountain, Mountainside Lavender offers spectacular views with over 20 varieties of lavender for u-cut, essential oils, live plants, and many lavender products. We are near many berry picking fields and wineries, so you can make a very enjoyable day of your visit.
New this year we are offering aquaponically grown fresh vegetables and lavender. See how fish and plants interact in an ultra-organic closed loop system that produces at ten times the rate of conventional farming techniques without any pesticides, herbicides or harmful genetically modified organisms.
Kids will enjoy seeing our friendly alpacas, goats, chickens, dogs and cats. Over the festival weekend, we will offer live music, a variety of craft vendors and artists, wine tasting, lavender-themed food, distillation demonstrations, and more. Mountainside Lavender also offers u-cut daily from mid June to early August, 9 am to 5pm or by appointment. Open 7 days a week.
From Highway 217, take the Scholls Ferry Road exit and head west towards Scholls/Newberg. Stay on Scholls Ferry Road for 8 miles until you get to a traffic circle. Take a left onto Highway 210. Stay on this, and it eventually becomes Highway 219. We are about 3 miles south of the traffic circle, just past the Mountainside Cemetery.
Pass word on to your friends!
site designed by Brown String Solutions and hosted by whiz to coho,inc