Lavender blooms in Sequim

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The lavender fields in Sequim are still blooming and open for visitors. Due to the colder than usual spring and early summer, the lavender plants are just now coming into full bloom. Different varieties of lavender bloom at different times, so there is still a long lavender season left.


Farms are open through the summer and allow visitors, for a small fee, to pick their own bouquets of fresh lavender.

Sequim Lavender Farms open throughout the summer include:

• Cedarbrook Lavender and Herb Farm
• Graysmarsh Farm
• Jardin du Soleil
• Lost Mountain Lavender
• Martha Lane Lavender
• Nelson’s Duckpond and Lavender
• Oliver’s Lavender Farm
• Olympic Lavender
• Port Williams Lavender
• Purple Haze Lavender
• Sunshine Herb and Lavender Farm
• The Lavender Connection

For specific farm hours, visit individual websites, or Or stop by the Sequim-Dungeness Valley Visitor Center at 1192 E. Washington St. Sequim, Washington.


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