Our Story

Lavender Connection is a charming family-owned and operated lavender farm that began welcoming visitors in 2004. Our farm is located on the world famous Sequim Lavender Trail, nestled in the rainshadow of the Olympic Mountains of Washington State. Once a dairy farm, this historic property boasts more than 3,000 lavender plants of 40 different varieties.

Our Farm

Our Sequim lavender farm is open to the public throughout the summer season when the lavender is in bloom – check out our Visit page for hours and visitor information. You can also learn about our historic dairy barn and preservation project!

Lavender Connection Picnic Area
4 members of the Olson Family of Lavender Connection family farm close up, posing in lavender field with barn and trees in background
Our Family

The Olson family (Rick, Susan, their daughter Rebecca, and her husband Doug) welcome you to come spend a summer day with us. Thank you for supporting small, family farms!

Our Partners

Lavender Connection is a founding member of the Sequim Lavender Experience, a collective of lavender farms and shops working to promote lavender agritourism along the Sequim Lavender Trail.

We are also a founding member of the Washington Lavender Association, now Lavender Northwest, which works to promote and support lavender farms throughout the northwestern United States.


Recommended by Seaside Magazine June 2023 | “The Other Peninsula: Summer Picks in Port Angeles and Beyond”
Recommended by Parent Map June 2023 | “Best Lavender Farms Around Puget Sound for Your Fun Family Frolic”
Featured on King 5 News Evening Magazine July 12, 2022 | “The Sequim Lavender Festival is back and in full bloom”
Featured in 1889 Washington’s Magazine June/July 2022 | “For the Love of Lavender”
Recommended by Bellingham Alive magazine April, 2022 | “Towns to Transport You
Featured on Tasting the Peninsula August 19th, 2021 | “Tasting the Peninsula Makes the Lavender Connection
Recommended by Seattle Refined August 6, 2021 | “7 Northwest Lavender Fields to Visit this Summer
Recommended by Explore Washington State July 9, 2021 | “Amazing Dog-Friendly Lavender Farms in Sequim”
Featured on King 5 News Evening Magazine July 23, 2020 | “Lavender fields: a perfect way to social distance”
Featured in Sequim Gazette June 12, 2019 | “Historic Sequim Barn Gets a Six Figure Make-over
Featured in Northwest Military July 27, 2017 | “A day in Sequim
Featured on King 5 News Evening Magazine July 12, 2016 | “Artisinal Lavender Soothes the Soul”


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