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Thursday, August 13, 2020

Visiting Lavender Farms, Sequim, WA

In July we visited three lavender farms in Sequim which is called the Lavender capital of North America. These are some pictures.

Certified organic lavender farm

Stunning contrast

You can have a picnic and cut your own bouquet of lavender

It's not only the lavender fields that are worthwhile to see here, but the farm has a charming perennial and herb & vegetable garden.

Old-fashioned reliable plants for pollinators' benefit

Charming, isn't it?

Certified organic lavender farm

They have a lovely gift shop  with farm distilled essential oils, handcrafted soaps and lotions.
 There is plenty of rustic touches in the garden and many spots to take pictures.


 This is one of my favorite farms to visit because of its cheerful perennial garden.
We bought some poppy seeds here, perennials and lavender honey.

 Beautiful country garden!

This poppy grows in a compost pile! We bought its seeds.

You can buy lavender plants as well as cut fresh bundles to take a piece of this paradise home.

Stunning display of hardy succulents

Succulent mosaics

Thank you to the lavender farms owners for opening their places for us during these difficult times. 
It was a nice opportunity to forget about the pandemic, at least for several hours.
I posted more pictures on my Instagram page - tatyana.mysecretgarden 

Pictures from my previous visit to the lavender farms can be seen here: Sequim Lavender Festival

***Copyright 2020 TatyanaS


  1. Oh, so beautiful. A photographer's dream. Thank you for sharing the beauty.

  2. WOW! Thank you for sharing this fantastic garden. What a joy it must have been to walk around in it.

  3. Mmmmm I could almost smell the lavender. Some of these pictures made it look like you were in France. :)

  4. This place ... is HEAVEN ! ... I also appreciated the sign on how to absolutely enjoy yourself .. LOL
    I can't think of anything better than seeing this farm .. the scents must have been amazing ... the day looked perfect with the sunshine .. it showed the plants off beautifully.
    Your photos are perfect ... I'll be thinking of this all day long ;-) Thanks !

  5. What a delightful place, I think I’d swoon!


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