Regular business hours have ended for the 2021 season. If you would still like to visit us, please call for an appointment to be sure someone is there to assist you. Workshops and Luncheons may still be booked through September.
Our on-farm gift shop opened in 2006, and we now carry over 100 lavender products. Lavender is extremely versatile, so we offer a variety of culinary products as well as bath and body and other items
for the home.
Fresh lavender is available during June and July on the farm as supplies last.
We usually add new products each year, so please
visit us often.
Our regular business hours are now over for this season. If you would like to visit, please contact us to set up an appointment.
You may continue to shop with us online for delivery, or we are still offering porch pickup for our local shoppers.
We are still booking workshops and luncheons through September.
For this season, we are not combining small groups for our luncheons. Ten people are required.
We planted our original field in 2005 and expanded to 1000 plants and over 100 lavender products in our shop. However, several years of cold winters and rainy springs left our field in disarray.
With 2020 business closures and health issues, we have dismantled our field and have planted a smaller patch for easier maintenance.
While dealing with Mother Nature, we continued to add products to our shop, created new workshops, and booked more lavender luncheons.
Our lavender patch was beautiful this season, but it never lasts long enough. The English lavenders have completely finished, and the tall lavenders are past their prettiest stage. Blooms will be trimmed from here on out.
We appreciate all the interest you have shown in our lavender venture. You have given us so many ideas!
We want you to know that we have been trying for three years to plant a special field just for photo shoots. We have the design. One year we had the land mowed. Then the rains came. Another year we had the land leveled. Then the rains continued. The weather just will not cooperate.
We have been able to plant a small lavender patch that we hope will provide a space for close ups. There are no wires or buildings in the background--just Kentucky hillsides. Please follow us on Facebook for updates concerning blooms.