Lavender Bloom Festival June 17, 2023
Updated: May 10
Get your tickets while they last!
Celebrate the June Lavender Bloom at Wildwood Lavender Farm! Morning & Afternoon/Evening sessions include picking your own bundle & enjoying music, nature & the beautiful outdoors. Bring your own chairs or picnic blanket to enjoy food truck vendor delicacies or your own picnic.
Activities include: Make your own sachet, distilling demonstrations, lavender treats, Face Painting by Copy Cat Paint Parties, & outdoor play. Take plenty of pictures & breathe in the scent!
Two sessions include a 1-hour break from 1-2 pm to allow for parking exiting/entering & volunteer break.
Free parking on site.
T-shirts will be available for pre-order pickup on online store.
This is a rain or shine event. Lavender smells delicious in the rain! No ticket refunds will be given due to weather.
*Children tickets under 12 yrs old include u-pick bundle or mini bundle from the store.
*Babies are free. No ticket needed for under 1 years old. Sorry; no pets due to hazzards to plants & neighboring animals.
What should I wear?
Please where safe shoes which will protect your toes. The field is uneven due to
mounded rows & is covered with weed fabric. Please take care & watch your step
to avoid trips & falls. Please do not climb on or attempt to operate equipment.
Is there handicap parking?
There are limited handicap spaces at the main field. Once filled up, passengers
may be dropped off and cars parked in the main middle lot.
Can I bring my own food?
We encourage you to bring your own chairs and/or picnic blankets to enjoy your
homemade picnic or purchase delicacies from onsite food trucks.
Can I bring my dog/pet?
Dogs/pets are not allowed on the farm due to hazards and possible plant damage
and to avoid conflicts with neighboring animals.
I'm allergic to bees; should I come?
If you are allergic to bees, please refrain from picking the lavender. We will have
bundles available for you to purchase. We have more bees than your typical farm.
Can I use my own shears to cut the lavender?
Please use our scissors or use our cleaner to clean your scissors/shears prior to and
after cutting to avoid any possible disease/insect cross contamination.