Visit – Kingfisher Lavender

2020 Hours of Operation

Due to COVID-19 concerns our lavender field will be closed to the public for the 2020 season. Our online store remains open and we offer curbside pick-up for our products, plants, and fresh lavender bunches during peak lavender bloom season.  After your order is placed online we will schedule a pick-up time that does not coincide with any other pick-up time.  In the event that another party is picking up an order when you arrive, please practice social distancing and wear a mask.  Use the online store and click “Pick-up at Farm” to avoid shipping charges. 

In the meantime, my efforts will be focused on distilling essential oil and hydrosol, as well as distillation research and the development of educational programs.

 

We invite you to visit our farm, experience our amazing view and see the lavender; peak bloom is from late June through mid July.  By mid August most of the lavender has been harvested and the plants have been pruned into manicured evergreen mounds.

We offer lavender plants, fresh lavender bunches (through July), dried lavender bouquets, lavender soap, sachets, bath bags, body butter and other lavender body products. Lavender hydrosol and essential oil will be available as distilled.  New this year we are offering U-pick fresh lavender bunches while available.

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LOVE LAVENDER PEAK WEEKS - Cancelled

The lavender will be in full bloom.  Check out the fields before we start to harvest. 

 

GROWING LAVENDER WORKSHOP - Cancelled

Learn the basics of growing, pruning, winter protection and other tips to help you successfully grow lavender in our region.  Workshop offered Saturday, August 15, 2020 from 10:00 – 11:30.  Cost $35.00.  Please email info@kingfisherlavender.com to sign up for the workshop. 

FAMILY FARM DAY - Cancelled

We will be participating in Family Farm Day in Saturday, August 29, 2020, 10:00 – 5:00.  Everyone is welcome to stop by.

 

DIRECTIONS:  State Route 28 to Fly Creek, take County Route 26 North 1.8 miles, right onto Stonehouse Road, next left onto Buck Road, stay on Buck Road for 0.5 miles, take right at farm entrance through the black gate into field and up hill to parking area.