Unless you are avidly opposed to the smell or taste of lavender, you'll love this place. Walking the grounds is really great. they have a plentitude of knick-knacks like neon painted chairs and a Buddha tree in addition to a variety of pretty flowers and plants, including but not at all limited to lavender. No ridiculous crowds when we were there like a lot of Maui attractions either. Don't bother paying even more for the tour, you can just walk around and see what is to be seen for free.
They offer a huge range of lavender products, each one super potent. From lotions to honey to my favorite, lavender lemonade (so good!). The price is about on par with what you'd expect farm fresh flower products to be. I bought a large satchet of fresh lavender for (I think) $14, which is plenty for making my own lemonade, flavoring my seafood, and SMOKING. Yes, you can smoke lavender. It gives a feeling of peace and joy, it's actually quite good. You can also make it into a tea for the same effect.
One thing to note, I would not visit if it was rainy unless you have 4WD. The parking lot is not a lot, it's all a mountain/hill, and its dirt, so you'd totally risk sliding in the mud if the rain got heavy.
Worth the trek if you're going into upcountry, fosho.
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