Our U-Pick Lavender typically runs from the middle of June to the middle to end of July.
Our early season varieties include our english varieties like Big Time Blue, Betty's Blue, Royal Purple, and Melissa. These are shorter varieties, but full of color. Midway through our season (typically the second week in July) our intermedia varieties which are English/French hybrids. These varieties feature longer stems and make wonderful bouquets.
For Wednesday, July 12th we will be open from 10 am to 2 pm.
In June and July we will be open 7 days a week. Monday-Friday 10:00 am-4:00 pm, Saturday 10:00 am-5:00 pm, and Sunday 11:00 am-4:00 pm.
Our Fresh Flowers run throughout the summer. Our hours fluctuate due to the blooms. Please check our Facebook for if we are open.
It is $10.00 to pick a bouquet of lavender which is typically around 80-100 stems.
What is there to do?
While we love flowers, it isn't just about the flowers. We have other activities you can enjoy as well. We have a variety of animals on the farm including 3 miniature donkeys, chickens, goats, rabbits, and ducks. Pet some of the animals, or just enjoy watching them. There are also nature trails to enjoy including a scavenger hunt through one of our trails. We also have a store filled with many different lavender products from rollers to candles to spices. You can also just find a chair, sit back, and enjoy the smell of flowers and relax on the farm.
Is it kid friendly?
Our farm is definitely kid friendly. Our three kids have grown up planting and picking lavender. We desire to create family memories that you can laugh and remember for years to come. We do ask that all children are supervised and that children don't walk over the plants.
What else is nearby?
There are many wonderful activities to do around the farm. Go grab a bite to eat at Wards drive in on 365, go tubing on the West Canada, or do some boating up at Hinckley Reservoir.
Can I bring my dog?
While we love dogs (we have two of our own) and know that dogs love adventures, we are not able to have dogs brought onto the farm. This is due to having lots of people on the farm, sensitive plants, and our farm animals that need their space.