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Schedule & Events 2024 - Visiting Info

Farm & Farm Stand Hours

 

July Hours:

Saturdays 9-6pm

Sundays 1-6pm

Mondays - Closed

Tuesdays - Closed

Wednesday-Friday 10-6pm

Early closure July 5th at 1pm

Closed July 6th & 7th

Closed July 25th

Wildwood Lavender Farm's Schedule

May 18th - Opening Day!

July 7, Aug 4, Sept 1, Oct 6, Nov 3 Annapolis First Sundays 

May 25, Sat - Birding at Wildwood 8am - Noon

June, Sat 06/01 Plein Air Artist Day 9am

June - Thurs 06/06 Plein Air Artist Day 9am

June 8 & 9 - Bloom Fest at Wildwood

July 5th - Close early at 1 pm

July 6th - Farm Closed Private Event

July 7th - Farm Closed Private Event (Visit us in Annapolis at First Sundays)

July 25th - Farm Closed field work

Breath & Bloom Summer Series by Sandbar Yoga

June 16, Sun: Gentle Yoga, Meditation, and Sound Bath 6pm

June 23, Sun: Gentle Yoga, Meditation, and Sound Bath 6pm-Session Cancelled

June 30, Sun: Gentle Yoga, Meditation, and Sound Bath 6pm

Farm Tours- Complimentary No Fees

June 12, Wed, 6-7pm 

June 19, Wed, 6-7pm 

June 26, Sat, Wed, 6-7pm 

July   3, Wed, 6-7pm 

July   10, Wed, 6-7pm 

July 17, Wed, 6-7pm 

July 24, Wed, 6-7pm - Cancelled

July 31, Wed, 6-7pm 

August 7, Wed, 6-7pm 

August 14, Wed, 6-7pm 

September 4, Wed, 6-7pm 

Fresh Wreath Making Classes

June 15, Sat, 4-7pm 

June 22, Sat, 4-7 pm

June 29, Sat, 4-7 pm

July   13, Sat, 4-7 pm - cancelled

August 16-18: Wicomico County Fair Tentative

Sept 15, Sun: Ft Hunter Day Harrisburg, PA 10-4 Tentative

Sept 28 & 29: Paw Paw York, PA

Dec 7, Sat: Christmas Open Barn

Dec 14, Sat: Christmas Open Barn

*Tentative events we are waiting for application approvals from the events.

Q&A

Do we need tickets?

No charge to visit farm (Except for Bloom Festival).  You are welcome to come by and sit next to the field if you are having a tough day.  If inspired, u-pick and pre-picked bundles of lavender, plants and farm stand items are available.

What should I wear?

 

Please wear 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?

 

Handicap spots are located closest to the field next to the shop. All surfaces on the farm are either grass, gravel or weed fabric.

 

Can I bring my own food?

 

We encourage you to bring your own chairs and/or picnic blankets to enjoy your homemade picnic.  We often have pastries available from our baker, but we do not have an onsite cafe or restaurant. We are very much a working small farm.

 

Can I bring my dog/pet?

 

We love dogs but for safety, dogs/pets are not allowed on the farm due to hazards and possible baby plant damage. (Only certified service animals are permitted)

Is there only lavender?

Geocaching, a hiking trail, yard games, forest play area and seasonal Harvest Host camping sites are also available. We also have other u-pick flowers (Varies: Sunflowers, cosmos, daisies, zinnias) available pending the weather.  Other plants to view include elderberries, milkweed, baby paw paw trees, yarrow and a multitude of trees. 

 

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. We have more bees than your typical farm.

 

Can I use my own shears to cut the lavender?

 

Please use our scissors to cut the lavender. State regulations require this to prevent disease/insect cross contamination.

 

Can I volunteer to Help?

 

We would really appreciate help planting & harvesting.  It is hard work and you will sweat.  It's a great healthy workout and we will give you free bundles as a thank you!  Please message us if interested.  

 

I am unable to pick my own bundle?

Dried and some fresh bundles will be available at the farm stand.

Are there public restrooms?

A port-a-pot facility is available during our summer/fall season.  

Directions to Farm:

Address - 6454 Cherry Walk Rd  Hebron, MD 21830

(Please be careful your GPS takes you to Cherry Walk Rd.  Some direct to the opposite side of the creek)

From Rt 50 take Rt 349/Nanticoke Rd, continue 6 miles & bear right on Catchpenny Rd. Continue straight to get on Rt 347/Quantico Rd. Turn left on Cherry Walk Rd. Farm is .9 miles on left down gravel lane lined with trees; woods on the left side of lane. Parking at end of the lane next to farm stand.

*All dates are weather permitting. 

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