Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Lavender Farm Tour

Some very good friends of ours have opened a Lavender Farm, this being their second year  open to the public.  They have a cute little gift shop with merchandise from local artisans along with bundles of lavender, lavender soaps and lotions and lavender honey.

On July 12 & 13 at their Lavender Faire they will be offering classes on making these lavender wands along with demonstrations on making wreaths.

This is a visitor to the farm who happened to be in the area for a wedding this weekend and happened upon the farm via road signs.  She is from Delaware and has been enjoying the sights of the Pacific Northwest.  She enjoyed learning how to make wands.

Here is a sample of a few items that are offered for sale in the gift shop.


If you are in the area they are located at:
865 P.H. 10
Castle Rock, WA
Hours are Monday-Saturday 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.



Momza said...

oo I love lavendar! We have dried bunches at the store I work at, grown in Palisades, CO. smells so so good!
Your pictures are beautiful, Connie! I wanna go!

Quiltingranny said...

Hi Connie:
We are still needing quilters for the families of the firefighters that perished in Arizona. I understand if you can't help, but perhaps you can post the need here on your blog, it would mean a lot to all of them!

Saimi said...

Everything is picture perfect and oh so lovely!!