Experience the Sequim Valley’s only oceanfront lavender farm, located between Sequim and Port Angeles on a high bluff overlooking the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Join us for ten days of everything lavender in a colonial setting – food, crafts, u-pick, cooking demonstrations, kids activities, handcrafted lavender products and more. Admission to the farm is free throughout the festival, and there’s plenty of free parking.
Festival Hours are 10 am to 6 pm daily. The farm is closed to visitors after hours.
On July 12-14, our popular Lavender Afternoon Tea will be served on the oceanfront piazza of the George Washington Inn on property. We are pleased to partner with Sequim Fresh Catering to bring our guests a tasty, memorably-delightful Tea experience. Because all Tea menu items are brought in fresh from the caterer’s local kitchen for each day of the Tea, last minute (day of) notification of special dietary needs cannot be accommodated. However, with advance notice, Sequim Fresh Catering tries to accommodate reasonable dietary restrictions as long as we are notified when you make your reservation. Reservations are required for the tea, and we typically sell out early, so be sure to make your reservations right away. Each seating is limited to 32 attendees.
In addition to the tea on July 12-14, we have also scheduled Victor Gonzalez of Victor’s Lavender to hold a class on Propagating and Growing Lavender on Saturday, the 13th. The on Saturday, the 20th, Steve Lyon, Director of Field Research, Plant Breeder, and Agronomist with the WSU Bread Lab, will present a seminar on growing Heritage Grains and incorporating them with culinary lavender for a gourmet baking experience.
Please note that the farm is handicap accessible.