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The farm is open
Tuesday through Saturday 10 - 5 pm
The Tea House is open 10 - 2:30 pm
The Farm will be open to visitors
till November 3rd 2018 then we
will close for the season.  


           October News
October News

Purple Adobe Lavender Farm 

Watch Apple Pressing - Buy fresh pressed apple juice or lavender apple juice.  Fresh from the tree.
U-Pick field still open - pick your own lavender bundle from the lavender field.
Lavender distilling demonstrations - Tuesday & Fridays 10 am - 3 pm
New fall menu in the Tea house starts Oct 1st. Open from 10 am - 2:30 pm. Daily lunch specials. 

Growing Your Lavender Garden
Growing Your Lavender Garden


Click on the Picture to read more about Elizabeth's
newest booklet on growing lavender.

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Purple Adobe Lavender Farm Video

Purple Adobe Lavender Farm Video

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Pruning Your Lavender
Pruning Your Lavender Plants
Visit the Zen nursery on the lavender farm for a nice selection of lavender plants for sale. 
Summer is here.  The plants are awake and growing. The fields are turning a lovely purple.  Don't forget that lavender is drought tolerant but still needs water to survive. Give them plenty of water to wake from their winter slumber and help them to grow.  Then you may cut back on water when they are showing signs of good growth.

Don't forget fall is lavender-pruning time.  So remember that it is essential to the well being of your lavender to give it a nice pruning in the fall.  I always like to prune ours back in the fall as it seems to give them a head start in the spring, and makes them extra hardy through the winter.   It is essential to the well-being of your lavender to prune it back every year. 

We love animals, yours and ours. However we do not allow outside animals to be at the farm. We are an organic farm, and all animals leave a scent and must relieve themselves.  That encourages other animals to mark a territory on top of the previous animal... then we have a problem.  We cannot control what goes into our plants and into our products.  we are very strict about this, and we apologize if this offends anyone, but these are the rules and we must adhere to them. If you want to bring your animal, we do have an area where you can park your car under the trees and keep them cool, but they must stay in the car.  Thank you and we do hope you understand our position.