Visit – Kingfisher Lavender

Closed for the 2022 Season
Due to significant plant loss over the winter, we find that we must cancel our 2022 Season and will not be holding our Love Lavender Celebration this year. Instead, we hope to rebuild the lavender field for 2023. Thank you to everyone who supported us in the past.
In the future, we invite you to visit our farm, experience our amazing view and see the lavender during peak bloom on two Saturdays in 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 in July, dried lavender bouquets, sachets, body butter and other lavender body products. Lavender hydrosol and essential oil will be available as distilled.  U-pick fresh lavender bunches are also available.  

 

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LOVE LAVENDER CELEBRATION 
CANCELLED

Check out the lavender fields in full bloom before we start to harvest. In addition to our normal shop offerings, this year we are offering  pottery by Azure Arts.  

New this year:

  • Lavender wreaths.
  • Lavender crowns, made from lavender and grapevine with a double ribbon cascade. Child and adult sizes.
  • Lavender temporary  tattoos.
  • U-pick lavender bunches.
  • CYaRound Photography will be offering totally unique photos in the lavender field. 360 and Tiny Planet photos fit the bill! See every person equally in the 360 photos. Tiny planet photos "bend" your 360 photos into their own little world.  CYaround.com
  • More TBA
CANCELLED

Last day to view the lavender in full bloom.  The shop and fields will be open for you to enjoy.  

Featuring:

  • Kingfisher Lavender handmade gifts including essential oil, whipped body butter, body salve, notecards and mugs.
  • Lavender temporary tattoos.
  • U-pick fresh lavender bunches.
  • Lavender wreaths, crowns and fresh bunches.
  • 360 and Tiny Planet Photography by CYaRound Photography.
  • More TBA

     

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.