It’s not too late to order Lavender Pumpkin Pie for your Holiday Dinners. For Thanksgiving, we will be baking the pies for pickup on Wednesday – so we need your order by noon on Tuesday. For Holiday needs after that we will be baking for pickup on Fridays. LOCAL PICKUP ONLY!! Call 360-544-4132 to order [read more...]
Can You Believe it? We’ve been in our Coupeville Shop for ONE YEAR!! It’s been quite an odyssey. First we remodeled the inside and the landscape of this charming 1916 Bungalow in the Historic Waterfront District of Coupeville. Then we moved in and started cooking. Literally! Our beautiful kitchen has churned out our products such [read more...]
A place that has a special meaning to me is on a beautiful and serene island called Whidbey Island. It is called Lavender Wind Farm. At first glance the farm seems small and insignificant, but as you walk into the farm you can see and smell the abundance and varieties of lavender plants. The shop [read more...]
We had Sarah’s 13’ Sailboat set up on the driveway of Lavender Wind’s shop during the Art of the Boat Festival. It’s a darling little boat manufactured by Micro Marine (a company that was based in Massachusetts, we have no idea how it got out here). We set up a sign challenging people to try [read more...]
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The artists are coming, the artists are coming! There are over 20 artists starting to set up their canopies. Two food booths, and lots of lavender and sunshine join them for this weekend’s fun. Hours are 10 am to 5 pm each day. Come and celebrate the arts!
Kent Beeson visited the farm and created this video. He gave us permission to use it. Enjoy this stroll in slow motion.
Across the street from us is Bell’s Farm and those in the know around here, understand that means one thing this time of year…. STRAWBERRIES!! Also, we make our own yogurt (at home) and had a huge batch of greek yogurt ready to be used. Here is the result. Ingredients: 24 oz. Greek Yogurt 1 [read more...]
We started harvesting our earliest blooming lavender (lavendula angustifolia var. “Folgate”) June 28, 2013. First we had to train the newbies. The harvest crew was working hard to get all of these two long rows. We harvest by hand because we are too small to have a harvesting machine, it’s easier on the plants, and [read more...]
The fields are starting to get purple. It seems like the whole rest of the country’s lavender farms are having their festivals, and we are just barely starting. It’s ok, it’s beautiful anyway. When these fields are in full bloom, it’s a shocking purple celebration – so these pictures are just a hint of what [read more...]