Farming involves so many tasks that you don’t normally associate with farming a crop. At our farm the trees that were planted in 2000 as a wind and visual block had grown to over 20′ tall and were shading the lavender field. They also created a barrier between the two lavender fields. In an old-fashioned display [read more…]
Need an exceptional Quiche for a party and aren’t allergic to cooking? This is our secret recipe for a Quiche that is utterly delightful. (Printable Quiche Recipe) You will need the following ingredients. There are some ingredients that are simply best to measure by weight, so get out your scale or make your best guess. [read more…]
Developing new products is part of what we do, and it’s fun. We had been selling pure essential oil in a roll on for a while. It was good. But, then we became aware that straight essential oil on the skin is drying. Not so good. Enter Jojoba Oil. Jojoba oil has some amazing properties [read more…]
Several days at the farm. Looking at lavenders, seeing our cat, sunflower forts, growing vegetables, harvesting garlic, pouring lavender hydrosol, and a sunset.
A day in the life…. feeding plants, making cat toys and lemon curd, buried in paperwork, watching Race Week in Coupeville.
Take a tour around the farm in our first video blog post.
Sat. & Sun. July 30 & 31, 2016 Join us for our annual celebration of lavender and art at Lavender Wind Farm, located on Whidbey Island. Stroll the gorgeous grounds and lavender labyrinth, browse the various booths showcasing local artisans, wander through the fragrant fields of lavender, and sit in the wine garden and enjoy [read more…]
Update 6/2/16: It appears Organic Radio will not fulfilled their agreement for podcasts. So we will just have this one interview that their organizer did with Sarah. Link to their site has been removed. 4/12/16’s post: We have jumped into internet audio through an arrangement with Organic Radio and the voice of that channel, Richard Q’zeromen. Elizabeth Sherman, [read more…]
Fire! Water! Earth! Air! The four elements from ancient times describe the necessities of life. This year, water was the element that came down from the sky in droves, drops, puddles, lakes, and sheets. It soaked the ground, saturated the fields, created lakes where there had been none, and caused bluffs to collapse into the [read more…]