Nestled in the valley below the majestic Olympic Mountains in Sequim, Washington, Fleurish Lavender of Lost Mountain is a three-acre farm boasting 100 different varieties of lavender, a lush fruit orchard, resident alpacas, and a charming gift shop . . . all for your enjoyment.
In summer you can pick your own fragrant bouquet of lavender from our field or just relax in the orchard with a picnic and yard games. In autumn you’ll probably find us out working in the field pruning the plants, but don’t let that stop you from enjoying the grounds. In winter you might catch the lavender under a soft blanket of snow with deer wandering through, a truly beautiful sight. And in spring you’ll find us back in the field weeding and tending to younger plants, affectionately referred to as our lavender babies. No matter what season, Fleurish Lavender of Lost Mountain is the perfect getaway to find serenity amidst the stunning natural beauty of this quaint family farm.
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100 varieties of lavender await your senses at Fleurish Lavender of Lost Mountain! During your visit to our quaint family farm you may wish to enjoy yard games in our abundant orchard of cherry, apple, pear and plum trees before strolling through our lush, fragrant field of lavender. At the top of the field, near our honeybee hives, you'll come upon our prized Lavender Specimen Sample Garden - a great place to compare the different lavendula and lavandin species to find your favorite. You'll want to be sure to stop in our vintage Cottage Gift Shop which holds a vast array of handcrafted lavender products made here on our farm, including our own Gold Medal winning lavender essential oils and delicious lavender caramels. Complete your visit to the farm by taking photos beside our signature water wheel, on the side of our adorable drying house, and post them on Instagram and Facebook!
Open for visitation, relaxation, tours, and shopping, 10am to 6pm from early May through early September (closed Tuesdays). After hours visitation for sunset photography may be arranged by calling our gift shop.
Rumored to be an old moonshiner's shed, our vintage building has been converted into a charming gift shop that holds a vast array of handcrafted lavender products lovingly made by us right here on the farm. Lavender caramels and lavender honey are just two of the special culinary items we carry in addition to everyone's favorites: fresh & dried bundles, essential oils, lavender sachets, and a variety of hand-crafted soaps and body products such as lavender lip balm and rich emollient foot balm. Local artisans also have a place in our shop offering stunning pottery, captivating photo cards, natural healing salves, beautiful jewelry, comforting home accents, decorative housewares, and inspiring books. Something for everyone! Even the youngest visitors will find a tiny lavender sachet or lavender angel a delight.
Open to delight your senses, 10am to 6pm, from early May through early September (closed Tuesdays).