Like you, we love lavender!

Lavender Wind Operations

Coupeville Shop

Our charming shop in Coupeville Historic Waterfront District. It’s also where we make our products.

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The Farm

Learn about the farm from past to present.

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Recent News

Customize our Lemon Lavender Scone Mix

Our Scone mix makes great basic scones, but you might want something more decadent and special. Here are a few ideas. Of course you can split them and add jam, but that is just the beginning. To each batch add: 1/3 Cup dried cranberries 1/3 Cup chopped pecans or 1/4 Cup dried blueberries 1/3 Cup

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Oil Awards 2017

We are honored to have our oils recognized with four awards by Lavender Sommelier. In the USA there hasn’t been a national level judging of lavender essential oil. Some other countries have developed a standard for oils and then trained people to judge them. Notably, this occurs in New Zealand and Australia. Now, Mesha Munyan

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Blueberry Jam is BACK!

Finally, we’ve got our wonderful Blueberry Lavender Jam back in stock! Made from blueberries grown right here on Whidbey Island. Lavender gives our tasty  jam a hint of Mediterranean culture to your eating pleasure.  Try it on scones, muffins, waffles, crackers with cream cheese or serve it as a chutney with ham. Our jams and

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Cooking with Lavender

Friday, October 6, at 6 PM to 8:30 PM Lavender Wind Farm 15 NW Coveland St, Coupeville, Washington 98239 Learn how to use lavender in many ways to make your cooking pop! Lavender can be a tricky herb to use, so come to this class to find out how to use it for hors d’oeuvres,

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2017 Growing Season Finished

This was a great season! Thank you to all the people who came to visit the farm this summer, we loved seeing you and watching you enjoy the purple fields, the various flowers, and our new Blooming Season Concert series. The FARM SHOP is closed now that the harvest has finished. Our COUPEVILLE SHOP is

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A walk around the farm

Walking around the farm is such a delight. Here are some pictures from this week (June 19-24, 2017)

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