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 festival tour.
If you need planning your Festival weekend, our find-a-festival page will help you choose locations based upon festival 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 Festival, 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 during the Festival at a juried art show at the Yamhill Lavender Festival. To participate in the Paint Out, visit the artists' page.
To participate in the Festival 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 festival. 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 festival weekend.
Using the checkboxes below select the services you would like to have for your lavender festival visit and let our farm finder find your ideal Oregon Lavender Destination!
540 Lofland LaneWilliams, OR, 97544 Phone: 541-659-3627
Open for the Lavender Festival Fri, Sat & Sun 10am - sunset
Our Farm is located in the fertile valley of Williams ,Oregon, a tributary of the Applegate Valley. We enjoy a slow pace of life here and raise a small farm full of animals including alpacas, llamas, chickens and of course 15 different varieties of lavender and vegetables. Come out and enjoy the sights and smells of this wonderful place. You can bring a picnic and enjoy the cool shade during the summer months. We also have a gift shop with many lavender products, alpaca fiber and vintage finds.
34556 Mt. View Pl NEAlbany, OR, 97322 Phone: 541-928-5122
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.moonshadowlavender.com
MoonShadow Lavender Farm is approximately 7 miles from Historic Downtown Albany. Our seven acre property is small and noncommercial. We enjoy the beauty and calm of lavender, and a lovely view of the Santiam River and the Cascade Range. Owners Ric and Gale Blasquez (and our chocolate lab, Lily) are hobbyists who love to be outdoors in the garden. We have grown L. angustifolia varieties of lavender since 2006. In 2010, we planted 600 more plants to include L. x intermedia varieties of Impress Purple, Giant Hidcote, Provence, and True Grosso. With approximately 900 plants in 12 varieties, MoonShadow has fresh lavender from June-August. Celebrate Lavender with us on Lavender Saturdays at MoonShadow: June 21, June 28, and July 12. We will have a variety of vendors, refreshments, workshops, fresh lavender, plants, and homespun products in our giftshop. Visit our website for details about Lavender Saturdays & group reservations.
Beulah ParkCorner of Hemlock St. and 3rd StYamhill, OR, 97148 Phone: 971.264.0795
Email: email@example.com Website: www.yamhilllavenderfestival.org
Open for the Lavender Festival Saturday, July 12th, 10AM to 6PM and Sunday, July 13th, 10AM to 5PM
The Finest Celebration of Lavender and Art! You are invited to experience the Yamhill Lavender Festival & Plein Air Art Show, where all things lavender blend with the premier art show of original work painted in the lavender fields of Oregon. Spend a leisurely day in the park while you feast on lavender-based cuisine and refreshment. Talented musicians set the mood while you enjoy a glass of local beer or wine. Be enticed by distinctive lavender products, juried art and craft booths and lavender in myriad forms. Relax in the shade of oak trees surrounded by the captivating scent of lavender essential oil distillation. Try your hand at lavender crafts. This cooperative event brings local lavender growers and community volunteers together. We are accepting canned food donations for our “Help Our Neighbors” food drive. Proceeds from the event benefit many charitable causes.
From Hwy 47 in Yamhill, turn East on 3rd St. From Hwy 240 in Yamhill, turn South on Hwy 47 and East on 3rd St.
5000 SW Feather DrMadras, OR, 97741 Phone: (541) 546-9390
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.cascadelavender.com
Open for the Lavender Festival 10AM to 5PM Friday & Saturday; Sunday 12PM to 5PM
Located in the heart of Central Oregon’s agricultural belt, Cascade Lavender is blessed with an incredible panorama of pastoral fields and peaks of the Cascade Mountains. With over 5000 mature plants and 50 different varieties, the farm when in full bloom displays a breathtaking array of colors from whites to deep purples and is soothed by the wonderful fragrance of this beloved herb. Cascade Lavender is a family friendly place with plenty to see and do, from display gardens, plant nursery and U-pick, to oil distillation, farm animals and gift shop. Our beautiful farm and spacious grounds provide a scenic and tranquil setting for lunches under shaded picnic tables, private events and photographic opportunities. We are open to the public (free admission) and offer guided tours with lavender refreshments for pre-arranged groups. Come join us for the 2014 OLA Festival where there will be: workshops, crafts, live music, face painting, lavender refreshments & friendly farm animals.
5510 NE Breyman Orchards RoadDayton, OR, 97114 Phone: 503-864-8502
Open for the Lavender Festival 9 am to 5 pm
Red Ridge Farms is located in the Red Hills country of Yamhill County. It is owned and operated by the Durant family. The nursery specializes in herbs and perennial plants, trees, and shrubs, with an emphasis on lavender, rosemary, and olive trees. Visitors have the opportunity to taste olive oil that is milled on the premises, sample herbal teas, purchase lavender products, and stroll the grounds. Picnic facilities offer great views of the area's vineyards. People can bring their own picnics or purchase picnic plates on the premises. The nursery is open Tuesday-Sunday, 9am to 5 pm. Overnight lodging is available at the Stoneycrest Cottage or at the apartment suite, both on the nursery grounds.
10400 NW Jackson School Rd.North Plains, OR, 97133 Phone: 503-647-2259
Email: email@example.com Website: www.jacksonschoollavender.com
Open for the Lavender Festival 9 am to 6 pm
Jackson School Lavender has been growing lavender since 2003 at the site once occupied by the original Jackson School, dating to 1865. If you are looking for a quick and easy trip from Portland to enjoy the wonderful fragrance of lavender, we are just a short drive away. You can pick up bouquets of freshly cut lavender or cut them yourself. During the Lavender Festival weekend, we will have fresh lavender, dried lavender, Grosso oil, and a variety of bath and body products, sachets, cookies, honey and jam. Jackson School Lavender will be open daily from 9am to 6pm so if you cannot make it festival weekend or just need more time to satisfy your lavender craving, please come see us. The dates will vary depending on when the lavender is ready, but we are planning on June 21 to July 27th. Please check our website for availability & dates. DIRECTIONS: From Hwy 26, west of Portland, take the Jackson School Rd exit 59 and turn north, go one mile to the intersection of West Union Rd.
8875 Robert Ln SEPO Box 368Aumsville, OR, 97325 Phone: 503-667-1525
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.hopehavenfamilyfarm.com
Open for the Lavender Festival Friday July 12th - Sunday July 14th, 10am-5pm
Hope Haven Family Farm is located near Aumsville. Our Lavender shares the land with Alpacas, Nigerian Dwarf Goats, Miniature Donkeys, Chickens and Honey Bees. We distill our own pure Lavender Essential Oil and our handcrafted Lavender products focus on the Healthy Life and Healthy Home. We also have a Healthy Pet Care Line of products , Culinary and Craft Lavender as well as Alpaca fiber and yarn. During the year we are open for Special Events including Alpaca Shearing Day, Lavender Festival, Fall Harvest Day and “Christmas at the Barn” . We are also opened by appointment. During the Lavender Festival come and walk through the beautiful Lavender, take pictures, cut your own Lavender, learn about Lavender and Alpacas, visit with the Farm Animals, make a craft, enjoy refreshments, purchase a plant or bouquet or visit the General Store and the Craft Vendors booths. We are family friendly and will have activities for children. Please leave dogs at home.
13000 NW OLD GERMANTOWN RDPortland, OR, Phone:
Email: email@example.com Website: www.yogacowgirls.com
Open for the Lavender Festival Friday July 11- Sunday July 13 -- 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Welcome to Westwind! Our farm sits on a sun soaked hillside on the NorthWest edge of Portland, surrounded by Forest Park and Abbey Creek, and enjoying a fantastic view of the Coast Range.
This is our first year with the lavender festival, and we are excited to share u-pick lavender, dahlias, ornamental grasses -- enough flowers to make a fabulous bouquet! Our favorite plants will be available for sale too. We will also sell our own oil and hydrosol, our children's homemade lavender lemonade, and our yoga music and video.
Enjoy live music with Matt Otis and Kirin Kapin. Local artists will sell their work. Don't forget your hat and sunscreen. You will want to walk our pasture trails to enjoy the view.
Near the corner of Germantown Rd. and NW Skyline Rd. -- follow signs for parking, be kind to our neighbors and only park on our property. No dogs, please, we are hosting wild quail. See if you can find them!
24880 Orchard Tract Dr.Monroe, OR, 97456 Phone: 541 740-8544
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.tebri.com
Open for the Lavender Festival Sat & Sun 10am-5pm
When we purchased the property that would become TeBri Vineyards in 2007, every square foot of the property was planted in pinot noir vines. While we love those vines and the wines we make from them, there was neither a tree nor a spot on the land to place a table where we could sit and enjoy the fruits of our labor. So, in 2009, we sadly cleared a half acre of grapevines and then happily planted 700 locally developed Oregon Buena Vista lavender cuttings in a circular pattern and built a gazebo at the center. Thus, although we started with a well and many grapevines on our property, before we ever had plumbing, power, a barn, or a home at the vineyard, TeBri’s Lavender Labyrinth was created! Our labyrinth, reminiscent of the Chartres Cathedral in France, is planted in a ceremonial style design, featuring a dual entryway and mirrored walking paths entering the gazebo in the center, then exiting with a double unified path.
12814 NW Bishop RdHillsboro, OR, 97124 Phone: 503-647-5858
Email: email@example.com Website: www.helvetialavenderfarm.com
Open for the Lavender Festival 10 am to 5 pm Friday, Saturday & Sunday
Experience the Lavender Festival in picturesque Helvetia in the hills just 20 minutes west of Portland. After a stroll through the lavender fields and gardens, relax with tea and scones on our pavilion with a view of the coastal range and alpacas, as live music fills the air. Then view lavender distillation, explore the booths full of lavender products and artistic creations,enjoy a chicken salad lunch spiced with lavender. Cut bunches of lavender, wander in our gardens, and discover the wonderful products and uses of lavender. See wreath, bouquet and wand making demonstrations and learn about growing the lavender plants available for purchase. Kids will enjoy a treasure hunt, bouncy house and other activities.
See our website for other times our gift shop and pavilion are open for lunch, tea and scones.
Our profits help to fund the work of Good Samaritan Ministries supporting widows and children in Ukraine. Directions: Take Hwy 26 to Helvetia Rd, Exit 61. Follow the signs north.
3247 Orchard Hts Road NWSalem, OR, 97304-1729 Phone: 503-585-7023
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.sundancelavenderfarm.com
Open for the Lavender Festival Sat & Sun, 10:00-5:00
Sundance Lavender Farm is a century-old farm located in the west hills of Salem. Roam the beautiful lavender fields and gardens and see our selection of lavender plants for sale. Sip lavender lemonade while browsing in the Purple Moon gift cottage. Experience the sensational taste of our gourmet, lavender infused jams and honey, and smell the fragrance of a variety of bath & body products. We invite you to pick your own bouquet of lavender, make your own lavender wands, picnic on the lawns, and experience the sights and smells of the lavender harvest.
From downtown Salem,go west across the Marion St. Bridge keeping in the 2 right lanes, which become Wallace Rd.Go.7mi,then left on Orchard Heights Rd NW. Travel 2.3 mi,farm on right.
Open seasonally by appt only-10:00-5:00 for lavender festival
30939 Oswalt Rd SColton, OR, 97017 Phone: 503-881-2371
Email: janna@MeadowOfLavender.com; email@example.com Website: MeadowOfLavender.com
Open for the Lavender Festival Sat.-Sun. 9am to 5 pm
Experience the luscious aroma of lavender swaying in the summer breeze at the restful, serene mountain Meadow of Lavender; nestled in the forested foothills of the Cascade Range, located just 20 minutes S.E. of Oregon City. Experience beauty, serenity, inspiration, rejuvenation, and guidance. Learn about the many uses of lavender for your mind, body, spirit and gardening needs. Consult with us to help you pick the right lavender for you. Watch oil distillation process. Walk the gardens and fields showcasing over 20 varieties of lavender. Take a meditative walk in the Lavender Labyrinth, learn about healing herbs while strolling in the Medicine Wheel, shop for luscious lavender items in our farm store filled with treasures for your home, garden, bath, culinary supplies and pets, as well as items from our own blacksmith shop. (Available on our website year around). Visit the Artisan vendors. We look forward to meeting you and sharing our love for lavender and healthy living.
32530 S Needy RdCanby, OR, 97013 Phone: 503-651-2496
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.oregonlavenderdestinations.com/farms/lavender-thyme.htm
Open for the Lavender Festival 10 am to 5 pm
Come to the country and fill up your senses with the fragrance and beauty of lavender blooming in the field. Stroll garden paths beside our vintage water wheel or capture a butterfly or songbird with your camera . Discover Cultural traditions in our Native American Medicine Wheel Garden planted with Northwest Native plants. Our farm shop offers treasures for home or garden & pure Lavender Essential Oil & personal care products to soothe body and soul as well as Culinary lavender and Herbal delights. Fresh U-cut/We-cut lavender bouquets are available during Season. Choose from many varieties of Lavender, Herb, and Perennial plants . " Join the fun as local artisans help us celebrate the timeless beauty of lavender at the 2014 Lavender Festival ". Check our Facebook for other Events and show dates. Take I-5 to Woodburn Exit, go East on Hwy 211 @ 8 mi, turn Right on S. Needy Rd, go one country mile. Open week-ends 10-5 June-July or by appt. Call ahead for Group Tours.
24282 S. Central Point RdCanby, OR, 97013 Phone: 503-750-0544
Email: email@example.com Website: www.kushhillfarm.com
Open for the Lavender Festival 10 -5 pm Saturday and Sunday
Kush Hill Farm Alpacas is nestled 25 miles southeast of downtown Portland. Kush Hill Farm offers an array of fresh organic lavender products and a variety of alpaca apparel and yarn. During the 2014 Lavender festival we will offer a variety of lavender cultivars and culinary herbs including lavender honey, books and gift ideas. We invite you to visit our farm to view our drought resistant garden which includes a 40 year old Sevillano olive tree, a fig tree, herb garden, abundant blueberry shrubs and of course, lavender. Our lavender cultivars include Betty Blue, Grosso, Richard Grey, Ana Luisa, Hidcote and Provence. During festival time one of our female dams is due with her third cria (baby alpaca) and we highly anticipate her royal baby. So get your bee bonnet ready and come view our lavender and our award winning alpacas!
(Only 'Service Animals' allowed and people of course!)
3395 S Pacific Hwy Independence, OR, 97351 Phone: 503-804-3574
Email: Rhonda@LavenderLakeFarms.com Website: www.LavenderLakeFarms.com
Sit and enjoy a cup of lavender lemonade while overlooking our twelve acres of lavender! Our fields are planted with varieties that we developed, such as Buena Vista, Sharon Roberts and others. Browse the Gift Shop for our wide variety of lavender products created here on the farm. We also host tea parties throughout the year, visit our website www.lavenderlakefarms.com. During the festival, watch the distillation, tour our fields, cut your own lavender, browse the various vendors while listening to live music, enjoy our unique lavender baked goods and food flavored with our own natural flavors; make you own lavender wreath or wand to take home. Purchase one of our lavender plants, varieties that were developed here on our farm. Lavender Lake Farms is located west of Salem following Highway 22(West) to the HWY 99W. Follow HWY 99W south past Rickreall and the Polk County Fair Grounds. We are located North of Monmouth on HWY 99W. We are open all year, Monday-Saturday 10-5 and Sun.
15370 Hwy 238Grants Pass, OR, 97527 Phone: 541-291-9229
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.applegatevalleylavenderfarm.com
Open for the Lavender Festival Friday - Sunday, 10 am to 5 pm
Join us this year for our fourth annual Lavender Festival. We’re nestled in the heart of beautiful sunny, Applegate Valley in Southern Oregon. You can find us on Highway 238 between Grants Pass, known for its perfect climate and Jacksonville, the historic gold rush town. Our farm is one of several family-owned agribusinesses in the valley taking advantage of the fertile soil and nurturing climate. Our farming neighbors include organic farms and award winning wineries. We planted our first lavender in 2005 on the same land my parents previously owned. Dad played golf on his cow pasture course daily; his golf balls along with Mom’s flowers continue to pop up on the farm. In addition to growing lavender, we’re raising Grass Fed Beef, Olde English Babydoll Sheep, Sebastopol Geese and Lavender Orpington chickens. Come experience our Lavender Bloom, we offer several lavender products and vintage décor. Bring the whole family and don’t forget your camera!
970 Cedar Flat RdP.O. Box 83 Williams, OR, 97544 Phone: 800-846-7359
Email: email@example.com Website: www.goodwincreekgardens.com
Open for the Lavender Festival Fri, Sat & Sun 9am - 5pm
Goodwin Creek Gardens is a certified, USDA Organic nursery which has been providing the highest quality plants for lavender growers and the general public for over 35 years. We specialize in lavenders (100 varieties), but offer much more. For instance, 100 scented, dwarf and fancy leaved pelargoniums, culinary and medicinal herbs, 75 Salvias, and plants for hummingbirds and butterflies. Purchase plants at the nursery, or order by phone, catalog, or on our website. Our nursery has some nice display gardens plus plants not found on the website. Bring a lunch and picnic under the old oak tree. We will also have some special activities and vendors during The Festival.
There are two roads into Williams: Water Gap Road and Williams Highway. Both extend south from Rte 238 and merge together just before passing the Williams General Store. We are 1 mile past the store, on the same road (which changes names to Cedar Flat Rd). Just 25 minutes from Grants Pass and 45 from Medford.
6640 NW Marsh RdForest Grove, OR, 97116 Phone: 503-357-0924
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.dutchmillherbfarm.com
Open for the Lavender Festival Open 10 am - 5 pm Festival Weekend, Saturday only
Near Verboort, a Dutch community settled in 1875, is Dutchmill Herbfarm. With the foothills of the Coast Range to the west and Mt. Hood peeking through a native oak grove to the east, the land is level for comfortable walking. Chemically free since 1973,growing with a lower carbon footprint ecofriendly and sustainably , the nursery specializes in herbs and lavenders. Choose from 100's of plants. Fresh cut lavender, dried lavender and herbs, art, , wreaths, wands, and plants for sale. Come for a SCENTsational visit… we do not have food vendors, wine or beer, however McMinnamins is just 2.+ miles due south! We are open Saturdays Late April through June 22 10 am -5pm. Take Glencoe Rd exit off Hwy 26, toward Forest Grove. At 2nd circle, right on Marsh.Last(yellow) house on right.
Email: email@example.com Website: www.waywardwindslavender.com
Lotions and potions and hand made soap; natural ingredients to help you cope. Fresh and dried lavender, the aroma so fine; gift ideas to make you shine! We are your premier handcrafter of all things lavender. Experience our fine pampering products and culinary delights. From luscious lotions and finely crafted soap to delectable edibles, if it can be made with this magical herb, we do it. We make custom products, too! Our years of experience have resulted in amazing creations; just ask one of our many happy customers. Visit our booths at the Yamhill Lavender Festival July 12-13. See everything lavender you have imagined, and some things you haven't. If you would like to visit us outside of Festival weekend, please contact us to make an appointment. Look for the farm to be open in 2015! Wayward Winds Lavender -- we're naturally good. At the Yamhill Lavender Festival: From Hwy 47 in Yamhill, turn East on 3rd St. From Hwy 240 in Yamhill, turn South on Hwy 47 and East on 3rd St.
17733 North Valley RdNewberg, OR, 97132 Phone:
Email: info@CFLATS.com Website: www.cflats.com
Open for the Lavender Festival OPEN Saturday and Sunday 10-5, Fun Festival Events
Join us for FUN! Farm Market, Country Store, Lavender
Special Event for Lavender Festival Weekend: Local Crafts and Artists Fair
*Fresh Lavender Bouquets
*Lavender Soaps & Lotions
*HUGE Variety Lavender Plants
Enjoy local foods and delights at our newly opened farm market. Picnic in our field. Refreshments available. Stroll newly planted lavender field.
Located in the "Heart of Yamhill Wine Country." Chehalem Flats Farm Market is filled with local foods and gifts, seasonal produce, jams & jellies, hazelnuts, honey, wine accessories.
Sorry, no pets or dogs.
40882 McKenzie HwySpringfield, OR, 97478 Phone: 541-736-8575
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.MckenzieRiverLavender.com
While exploring the beautiful McKenzie River, include a visit to McKenzie River Lavender. Only a 20 minute drive from hectic interstate traffic, experience vibrant lavender fields on the banks of our peaceful river setting. Breathe in the intoxicating aroma of lavender, hear the hum of the bees in the field, absorb the vibrancy of the intense purple colors against a fir backdrop, and feel the fragrant flowers stroke your legs as you take a meditative stroll through our Lavender Labyrinth. Say hello to "Let It Bee", our new Chainsaw Art Sculpture. Our specialty lavender products include fresh bouquets of 'Grosso' lavender in season, pure essential oil and linen spray, unique lavender crafts, soaps, lotions and more. During the Oregon Lavender Festival, our country bazaar showcases all things lavender, as well as the creations of local artisans. Open Friday through Sunday. Enjoy an experience for the whole family including music, food & drink with a petting zoo to delight the children.
29081 Bridge RdP.O. Box 190Hermiston, OR, 97838 Phone: 541-561-3945
Email: email@example.com Website: www.PurpleRidgeLavender.com
Open for the Lavender Festival Closed for Oregon Lavender Festival
Purple Ridge Lavender is a romantic Victorian lavender farm located in Eastern Oregon. We distill our own essential oil and manufacture many products from our lavender plants and oil. This June 28th we host with local service groups a Lavender Festival benefiting the local food bank Agape House and homeless shelter Martha’s house. All suggested gate donations and vendor fees go to Agape House & Martha’s House to help those in need. During festival, we feature live music, wine tasting from local wineries, local artisans, a quilt expo, lavender crafting classes and more! At the festival, stroll through the lavender fields, get a massage, sip some lavender lemonade or wine,cut a fresh bundle of lavender, and browse our farm boutique for many lavender products, live plants, and gifts. Visit our farm boutique seasonally or on the web at www.purpleridgelavender.com. Check website for hours of operation and directions. Free wi-fi and don't forget your camera! Like us on Faceboo
20949 S Harris RdOregon City, OR, 97045 Phone: 503-631-4488
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.libertynatural.com/olf/
Open for the Lavender Festival 10 AM - 5 PM
Festival Dates: July 12th - July 13th, 2014
Festival Hours: 10 AM - 5 PM
The festival is open to the public & free to attend.
The festival is open to the public and free to attend. Located near the end of the Oregon Trail at the foot of Mt. Hood, The Oregon Lavender Farm is situated in a district rich in Oregon history. The Barlow segment of the Oregon Trail passes in front of the farm. In 1999, Liberty Natural Products embarked on lavender growing and distillation. Our lavender (Lavandula officinalis) is a "Buena Vista" variety that thrives in Oregon's climate. We've expanded with 25 acres.
8040 Thompson Creek RoadApplegate, OR, 97530 Phone: 541-846-0375
Email: email@example.com Website: https://www.facebook.com/EnglishLavenderFarm
Open for the Lavender Festival 10.00am till dusk
The English Lavender Farm, run by Sue and Derek Owen, will be open to the public for the first time in the summer of 2014. We have been planting Angustafolias (English Lavender) for the last two years and we're planning to turn our lavender farm into a luxurious venue for weddings and other events.
Our farm is set on a gently sloping hillside with stunning vistas of row upon row of purple lavender. We have spent time in Provence with French lavender farmers and can give you interesting explanations of the history of lavender production. Although our barn will not be ready for the 2014 opening, we have a well-stocked gift shop with a wide variety of hand made lavender products produced on the farm and we offer U-Pick lavender, wreath and wand making as well as the opportunity to just sit and take in the view.
We plan to distil our own naturally grown lavender oil later in the season and to use it to create lavender pillows, sachets, bath salts and other wonderful items. Come join us!
22999 SW Newland RdWilsonville, OR, 97070 Phone: 503-638-0387
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.barnowlnursery.com
Open for the Lavender Festival Friday - Sunday, 10 am - 5 pm
Barn Owl Nursery has a well established reputation for providing a great variety of locally grown lavender and culinary herb plants. Not only will you find over 100 different lavenders, but you will also receive information and expert advice from Chris on growing and using lavender and herbs. Stop by during Lavender Days, the third week of June through July, to view lavender and herbs blooming in our landscape and for a variety of fresh cut lavender bouquets. Learn how we harvest and dry our crop. A special treat awaits you as you browse in our charming gift shop. You will be amazed at the large variety of lavender gifts and herb flavored culinary delights. We have added new local gluten free pastries, teas, artistic creations, and beautiful gifts packaged to please. Directions: From I-5 take Exit 288 onto I-205. From I-205 take Exit 3, Stafford Rd/Lake Oswego. At the stop sign, turn South onto Stafford Rd. Travel 1.5 miles. Turn left onto Newland Rd. Take 4th gravel driveway on right.
375 Hamilton RoadJacksonville, OR, 97530 Phone: 541-702-2250
Email: email@example.com Website: lavenderfieldsforever-oregon.com
Come experience lavender! We offer 7 exceptional varieties of culinary and aromatic lavender. You can pick your own, make lavender crafts, distill essential oil, shop for unique lavender products, or relax and enjoy your time in the beautiful Applegate Valley. Call ahead or use our online calendar to reserve a time to distill your own blend of lavenders into an exquisite essential oil or book your friends and family for a craft making session, complete with all supplies and personal instruction. Our naturally grown lavender is cultured to encourage fragrance and oil production and we can't wait to show you the differences each variety has to offer. Check our website and Facebook page for events and other information.
We are located just 15 minutes from historic Jacksonville, OR. Take Hwy 238 west toward Ruch. At Ruch, turn left on Upper Applegate Road. Proceed 1.7 miles (past Valley View winery) and turn right on Hamilton Road. In 1/2 mile you will see our sign on the left.
14950 S Cinnamon Hill LnMulino, OR, 97042 Phone: 503-759-6700
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: RavenCroft.net
Open for the Lavender Festival Friday-Sunday, 10 AM - 5 PM
RavenCroft specializes in the culture and uses of herbs with an emphasis on lavender. With multiple varieties of lavender established in 2012, we enjoy an extended bloom season, starting in early June and lasting well into July, followed later by the re-bloomers. We host special events pertaining to culinary and other uses of these plants. Customized small-batch oil production is available, and The Raven's Nest shop offers nursery items and a variety of products featuring lavender and other herbs. Visitors to RavenCroft will enjoy strolling in the demonstration field, learning tips for growing herbs and lavender in Oregon, and picnicking with a fantastic view of the Willamette Valley. Directions: Take Highway 213 toward Mulino, and turn onto Union Mills Road. Drive east 1.2 miles, and turn left onto Ringo Road, then left again at the top of the hill onto Howards Mill. After about 1 city block, you'll see RavenCroft signs directing you onto Cinnamon Hill Lane and then to the farm.
3990 NE 33rd Street(mailing: PO Box 572)Redmond, OR, 97756 Phone: 541-788-0605
Email: email@example.com Website: www.stillwaterslavender.com
Still Waters Lavender, established in 2011, is a high desert lavender farm on five+ acres three miles NE of Redmond, Oregon. Ponderosa Pine trees, two greenhouses and colors of purple, white, blue and pink lavender--30 varieties--will come into view. We have plants, our son's specialty silk scarves, handmade goat milk soap (from out daughter's goats) in lavender, peppermint and rose and a non-goat milk soap: oatmeal n' honey. Culinary lavender produced on our farm and other foodstuffs--lavender honey, lavender syrup and lavender preserves--will delight your taste buds. Visit our website: www.stillwaterslavender.com to view too many handmade items to list here. We currently are developing beauty products. We make you welcome to our lavender farm and, as my dad always said to us kids: “Always leave the land in better shape than you found it.” - H. A. Thompson
17805 SW Hillsboro HighwayHillsboro (Scholls), OR, 97123 Phone: 503-936-6744
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.mountainsidelavender.com
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 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. Open 7 days a week.
19509 NE Woodland Loop Yamhill, OR, 97148-8422 Phone: 503-476-3229
Email: email@example.com Website: www.woodlandlavender.com
Woodland Lavender is CLOSED for festival weekend this year, July 12 & 13.
However, we are open other weekends for u-pick lavender between mid-June to the end of July. Call to let us know you are coming and to confirm that the lavender is blooming! Or, call us to have your lavender cut and shipped directly to you or as a gift.
Woodland Lavender has over 1200 mature plants of 8 different varieties. The plants are alive with the farm's busy bees gathering nectar for honey and is one of the best photographic opportunities for both amateurs and professionals. Relax under the shade of large walnut trees or bask in the warmth of the sun while cutting a bundle of lavender.
From Newberg, travel west on Hwy 240 about 10 miles. Right on Laughlin Rd 2 miles to sign. From Forest Grove, travel S on Hwy 47 past Gaston 2 miles. Left on Flett Rd 5 miles (bear right at Spring Hill Rd) to Laughlin. Right 3 miles to sign. We are .2 miles up Woodland Lp.
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