2020 Lavender Bloom
Due to coronavirus our Festival is canceled but we invite you to our Lavender Bloom. The Lavender Bloom allows you to visit the farm and experience the lavender in bloom with a much smaller number of guests. Tickets are limited and must be purchased in advance – no one will be admitted without a ticket. All guests must wear face masks during their visit.
Lavender Bloom tickets are $10 per person (children under 4 are free) and include a complimentary fresh pick lavender bundle (a $10 value). All guests must wear face masks during their visit and practice physical distancing from other groups.
The Lavender Bloom includes:
- Experience the annual Lavender Bloom in a peaceful setting beside the McKenzie River
-Complimentary bundle of fresh picked lavender with every ticket
-Take a break: a couple hours away from the day to day
-Lavender Boutique: Lavender essential oil, dried buds, soap, skin care products and more plus many other scents of skin care items by Denison Flatbed Farm
-Garden Art by Broken Dreams Recycled Art
-Professional Portrait Opportunity by LifeSlice Photography, Your beauty is worth remembering
-Selfies in lavender
-Relaxing music by Meg Graf
What’s different from the Lavender Festival?
Very limited availability – a much smaller number of guests
Face masks are required – your mask protects other guests
Reduced vendors and no food vendors – limiting risk of exposure
No self-pick lavender – you will receive a complimentary hand-picked bouquet
Not Just Any Lavender, McKenzie River Lavender
Discover the calming properties of lavender; long known to promote healing, relaxation and more.
Carol and Charles Tannenbaum manage their small lavender farm in the McKenzie River Valleyabout ten miles east of Springfield, Oregon. Located among the pastoral beauty of hazelnut orchards and pastures of grazing cattle or romping horses, the farm adds bright color and sweet aromas to the summer experience of the Valley.
The farm’s specialty lavender products include: ‘Grosso’ essential oil and hydrosol, hand crafted soap, lotion and other skin care products, organza sachets, dried floral bunches, colorful ribbon-woven wands, dried lavender buds, and fresh bouquets in season.
The farm is open to visitors for our annual Lavender Festival the second weekend of July (Friday through Sunday) to celebrate the lavender bloom. The event is part of the statewide Oregon Lavender Farm Tour. Pick your lavender bouquet from the field or select from a variety of small lavender plants for your own garden. Local artisans will be selling handcrafted skin care products, unique jewelry, soft woven scarves and more. Enjoy food and music as you relax with the family beside the McKenzie River.
Contact us for a Visit: Call- (541) 736-8575
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