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Stand in a field of lavender and your next inhale relaxes you. Open your eyes as blues and purples pop into focus. Busy bees buzz around, pollinating from one plant to the next, while butterflies flutter from one bud to the next. This is the beauty of visiting any lavender farms in Virginia. The best part is that they’re all over the state and easily accessible!

The 2022 season has ended. Come back for details on the 2023 season. Updated as of 7/30/22.

Best Time to Visit Lavender Farms in Virginia

Harvest season is from early June to mid-July. The flowers peak in the middle of June in Virginia. While guests often ask whether the lavender is in bloom, guests should ask instead whether the lavender is in full color. Ideally, stems should be cut when the blooms are only partially opened. Lay your stems out to dry for three days and they’ll last for years, releasing memories each time you smell them! Hang or lay flat in a cool, dry place to dry them out when you want to make a sachet from them. 

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Lavender Farms in Virginia Open to Visitors

Please note that all these hours are subject to change (weather, holidays, special events, etc). Before you drive out, double-check each lavender farm’s website and Facebook page to avoid disappointment!

Seven Oaks Lavender Farm

8769 Old Dumfries Road, Catlett, VA

Hours: Monday-Friday: 9am-4pm, Saturday-Sunday: 9am-5pm
Fees: $6 age 16 and up (includes 20 stems); $4 age 4 and up (includes 20 stems). Additional lavender is 15 cents a stem.

OPEN JUNE 3 TO JULY 10, 2022!

Facebook – This small, family-operated farm on the outskirts of Washington, D.C. is a short trek from I-95, not far from the Marine Corps Museum. Take a yoga class or enjoy a glamping experience here!

White Oak Lavender Farm & The Purple WOLF Vineyard

2644 Cross Keys Road, Harrisonburg, VA

Hours: Daily: 11am-6pm (winery opens at noon)
Fees: $8 for 50 stems then $0.15 per additional stem – $3 per person entrance (2 and under free); $12 per family; or buy an annual membership for $15 per person or $40 per family (They provide scissors!)


Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley – home to wineries and lavender farms, so why not combine the two? The wine tasting room is open year-round. Check their Facebook for up-to-date events.

Evergreen Lavender Farm

7169 Old Evergreen Road, Appomattox, VA

Hours: Thursday-Saturday: 10am-4pm
Fees: $9 per bunch (lavender June and July)


Check their Facebook page for their latest updates and special events, like live music. Try their lavender ice cream to cool off! They provide scissors and rubber bands. Lavender, herbs, and pollinator-attracting perennial plants are ready for you to take home. Near Lynchburg, equidistant from Richmond and Roanoke.

Blooming Hill Lavender Farm

19929 Telegraph Springs Road, Purcellville, VA

Hours: Friday and Saturday: 10am-5pm through the summer.
Fees: Admission $3/person over 12; 15 cents a stem

Stroll through beautiful gardens and fields. Enjoy a cup of tea at one of the events. Facebook They even host yoga in the fields! Please leave your pets at home for this one.

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Sweethaven Lavender

2301 Jolly Pond Road, Williamsburg, VA

Hours: Thursday-Monday: 11am-6pm – Mother’s Day to July 4th
Fees: $8 includes a bouquet

OPEN MAY 11 to JULY 4, 2022!

Reserve your two-hour visit online before visiting. Special events are posted on their Facebook page. Bring your own tools or borrow their scissors and basket.

Lavender Fields at Tantivy Farm

1350 Decatur Road, Fairfield, VA

Hours: Fridays and Saturdays: 10am-5pm; Sundays: 1-5pm


Relax and refresh in the quietness of the lavender, take in the scents and vistas of your surroundings. Hike through the fields and woods to a waterfall, then visit the boutique lavender gift shop. Tantivy Farm has numerous activities throughout the year, check out the Facebook page and website for more information. Bring a picnic basket and make it an outing!

Lavender and Lace at The Bothy Farm

1171 Nelson Lane, Amissville, VA

Hours: Friday-Sunday: 11am-5pm – mid-May through July 4th weekend
Fees: $0.15 per stem

OPEN MAY 7 TO JULY 4, 2022!

Five large gardens with 1200 plants of 11 varieties of lavender. They provide a basket and scissors. They occasionally host yoga classes and host food trucks, so check their events page and Facebook for more information!

Mystic River Lavender

955 Union Valley Road, Riner, VA

Hours: U-Pick dates: 7/2, 7/3, 7/4, 7/9, 7/10 (later dates TBD) Sat: 10-5; Sun: 12-5
Fees: $6 per bundle

Mystic River Lavender grows 18 varieties of lavender and specializes in body products. With a background in chemistry, their organic products are sure to please. Their Facebook page gives the latest details.

High Country Lavender

4444 Jeb Stuart Highway, Meadows of Dan, VA

Hours: Thursday-Sunday: 10am-4pm
Lavender Farm and Shop are open from April 10 to the second week of December

Why not spend the night at their onsite cabins? High Country Lavender hosts many self-improvement events. Stop by for a cup of tea and some lavender cookies. Facebook page

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VA Lavender Farm Etiquette

Each lavender farm in Virginia has its own set of rules. Please consider them carefully before you go out to each lavender farm to avoid any aggravation. Some general rules have been listed below:

  • Do not go to any lavender farm in Virginia when the farm is not open.
  • Driveways are made of dirt and gravel – drive SLOWLY!
  • Do not smoke anywhere on the property, including parking lots.
  • Do not bring your pet with you. They can’t be around the lavender and you don’t want to leave them in the car.
  • Bring your own scissors and bag if you’ll be picking your own lavender.
  • Only cut the stems above all the leaves.
  • Leave the bees, butterflies, and other insects alone. They will fly away on their own.
  • Walk between the lavender rows – don’t walk on the weed fabric.
  • Wear sunscreen if you’ll be picking your own lavender.
  • Don’t forget bug spray since there are often woods nearby.
  • Wear flat shoes – you’ll be in fields, sometimes in muddy spots. Save your heels for another time.

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Lavender Farms in Virginia Selling Products

These lavender farms are not open to the public, but their products are sold either online, in stores, or at farmers’ markets throughout the state. Support local farmers by purchasing their products:

  • Huckleberry Lavender Farm (formerly Mason Dixon Lavender Farm)
    While their lavender fields are not currently open to the public, their products are available online.

Map of Virginia Lavender Farms

Check the map below to see if there’s a lavender farm near your Virginia location:

Final Thoughts on the Best Lavender Farms in Virginia to Visit

You don’t need to escape to Provence to enjoy the relaxing fragrance of lavender. With plenty of lavender farms in Virginia, we all have an opportunity to enjoy our own field of dreams right in our own home state!

Have you visited any lavender farms in Virginia or in your own state? What did you think? What did you enjoy the most?

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Happy travels!
Annick, The Common Traveler

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