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Lavender Wind Farm

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The last of the kavender

Beautiful to visit the farm but I love the intown shop. It’s an aromatic boutique filled with every... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
West Palm Beach, Florida
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Provence Lavender experience in Whidbey Island

I was taken back to Provence, France when I visited the Lavender Wind Farm on Whidbey Island. Rows... read more

Reviewed 5 weeks ago
Bellevue, Washington
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“gift shop”(13 reviews)
“for sale”(8 reviews)
Lavender Wind Farm, with a view of the Olympic Mountains and the Strait of Juan De Fuca, is on the wild west side of beautiful Whidbey Island in Washington. Visit the farm in the summer for picnics and walking in the lavender fields while enjoying...more
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Shop: 15 Coveland, Farm: 2530 Darst Rd., Coupeville, Whidbey Island, WA 98239
+1 877-242-7716
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All reviewsgift shopfor salelavender ice creamdowntown coupevillewhidbey islandessential oilstake homefull bloomshop offerslots of fun thingskoi pondenjoyed the live musicdifferent varietiessmall storenice stoplovely settinggreat place to visit
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Beautiful to visit the farm but I love the intown shop. It’s an aromatic boutique filled with every kind of lavender treasure. A block off Front Street. Open weekends.

Thank DoloresJacoby
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

I was taken back to Provence, France when I visited the Lavender Wind Farm on Whidbey Island. Rows and rows of aromatic lavender with bees buzzing all around (just ignore the bees and they don't bother you - they're after the pollen) greet you. Do...More

Thank lori5689
Reviewed July 18, 2018 via mobile

On our visit to Whidbey Island, we had to spot by the Lavender Wind Farm (not the in-town store). We were able to walk through the farm, take pictures and you can actually pick yourself; just check in to the shop first. There were two...More

1  Thank Andrea G
Reviewed June 28, 2018

This spot is a little off the main road on Whidbey Island, but worth a trip there, especially if you are a fan of lavender.You can venture into the fields, see the drying sheds, watch them extract the lavender oil in centuries old copper kettles,...More

Thank Katnelsen
Reviewed November 9, 2017

I have not yet been to the farm but I have shopped the store in downtown Coupeville several times and it gets better each time. I had one of the best scones of my entire life this morning which MADE me come on here to...More

1  Thank christianrb
Reviewed September 5, 2017

The address showed in TripAdvisor is the shop only, I planned to see the Lavender Farm but it turns out a shop only. Chat with the owner, the farm will only open in June-August, better to show this information or at least advise people to...More

8  Thank Jessica W
Reviewed September 2, 2017

Not a great experience at all, after having visited plenty of lavender farms in the pacific northwest and parts of Canada. We visited the actual farm early August (not the Coupeville store location). It was small. We saw a few sunflowers, but the rest was...More

Thank Carla_and_Jaime
Reviewed August 16, 2017

What a wonderful place to visit! It was such a delight. The farm is smaller than most, but very interesting. We were able to talk with the owner and the distiller. Everyone is easy to visit with and informative. The gift shop and flower gardens...More

Thank Sue S
Reviewed August 14, 2017

Seems that everywhere you go there's a lavender farm, but this one is well worth an hour or two: the stainless steel sculptures are first class and make for great photos. Do look into the annual weekend festival which features a bank, venders and food.

Thank fred d
Reviewed August 5, 2017 via mobile

Our family, ages 3 to 93 stopped by the lavender farm. My mother enjoyed the live music from the 1930's, my grandsons enjoyed running in the labyrinth, and my granddaughter and I picked lavender together. We finished our time resting on the lawn under the...More

Thank Sally D
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Cherilyn P
May 1, 2017|
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Response from lavwind | Property representative |
The lavender plants we have for sale vary by availability. We usually have the more popular ones in, except for Folgate for which we have a hard time keeping up with the demand. We have some varieties for sale that we don't... More
June 20, 2016|
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Response from lavwind | Property representative |
Thank you all for these awesome answers! We will have lots of sunflowers at the farm this year, in addition to the lovely descriptions already written.
March 26, 2016|
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Response from lavwind | Property representative |
Hi! The best time to see lavender blooming is during the summer. We grow 14 varieties, and the earliest start around mid-June, and the rest bloom during the summer, ending sometime towards the end of August. April is... More