For news, tips, and anecdotes from our lavender life, check out our new blog: For the Love of Lavender: A Sequim Lavender Farm Blog
Featured on King 5 News Evening Magazine Tuesday, July 12, 2016 | “Artisinal Lavender Soothes the Soul“
Lavender Connection is a small, family-owned and operated lavender farm, bought by owners Rick and Susan Olson in 2004 and proudly operated for the last twelve years by 3 generations of Olsons. We are nestled in the lowlands of the north end of the Dungeness Valley on the Olympic Peninsula of Washington State. Our 5½-acre farm boasts more than 2,500 lavender plants of 37 different varieties, and our boutique store features handcrafted products made from oil distilled at the farm. Our products are also available in our online store.
Lavender Connection is a founding member of the Washington Lavender Association, which works to promote lavender agritourism throughout Washington state. We are also proud members of the United States Lavender Growers Association.
Our farm is open to the public throughout the summer season when the lavender is in bloom – check out our Visit The Farm page for hours and visitor information. With the picturesque dairy barn (complete with owl) and a creek running through the corner of the lavender field, our farm is a great place to relax and spend a summer day.