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rows of lavender with Mt. Hood in background during Oregon Lavender Festival
Molly Johnson | 05/31/2021 | Featured on Homepage, Flowers & Nurseries, Know Now

Celebrate Lavender In Bloom

Know Now COVID-19

Please note: The 2021 Clackamas County Lavender Festival is canceled, but there are still several lavender farms opening their doors to the public for special events and visits.

June through August is the season for the heavenly scent of lavender in Oregon's Mt. Hood Territory. Several farms open this time of year to showcase this versatile and fragrant bloom. 

RavenCroft Lavender Farm

Open Sat-Sun 10am-4pm throughout June + first weekend in July

Visitors have the opportunity to stroll through the demonstration field to learn tips for growing lavender or to enjoy a picnic with a fantastic view of the Willamette Valley. The Ravens Nest Gift Shop is open during these weekends offering lavender product gifts and culinary items. Find out all the details on their Calendar page. Want to know the status of the lavender fields? Get updates on their Follow the Bloom page.

14950 S Cinnamon Hill Lane, Mulino, OR 97042

Park Place Perennials

Open Fri 10am-4pm from June 25-July 30 and Sat-Sun 10am-4pm from July 10-11

At this boutique lavender and flower farm, they grow a wide variety of lavender for handcrafted essential oils, fresh & dried bouquets and nursery lavender plants. Their lavender and flowers also help their small apiary of honeybees make the sweetest honey. Tip: They welcome artists and photographers that are interested in using their lavender and fields as backdrops for art and portrait sessions.

1870 SW Ek Rd., West Linn, OR 97068

Hope Lavender Farm

Open Sat-Sun 10am-3pm from June 12-July 4

The idea of growing lavender started when they were looking for ways to create community for their daughter who has special needs. The family LOVES sharing their beautiful and peaceful farm with you. Enjoy a beautiful view of Mount Hood while you cut a few bundles of u-pick lavender. As you peruse their many locally-made lavender products, you may spot a skydiver touching down in the field next door. Dogs are welcome as long as they are on a leash. And don't forget to say hello to the horses.

28333 SE One Oak Lane, Eagle Creek, OR 97022

Barn Owl Nursery

Open by appointment only Wed-Sat 11am-4pm | Season is from mid-June through July

This farm is featuring fresh cut and dried English lavender bouquets. You'll find 100 varieties of Oregon grown lavender plants and herbs, culinary and fragrant lavender products, craft demonstrations, special vendors and information on growing, caring for and planting your herbs. 

22999 SW Newland Rd., Wilsonville, OR 97070

MoonRidge Farms

Open Sat-Sun 9am-5pm and weekdays by appointment July-Aug

Moonridge Farms grows only certified organic lavender for its ability to attract good insects and pollinators to the farm. They grow both English and French varieties, totally about 15 different types of lavender. In the summer months, they invite visitors to the farm for u-pick, as well as shopping their lavender products, from lavender starts and water to lavender culinary grinders and lavender/rosemary salt.

Fun facts: Did you know that they also grow and sell organic yacon products and also now have a farm stay available?

Eagle Creek Lavender

Closed for 2021, but their lavender products can be found at The Vintage Nest in Oregon City.

This farm on the banks of the Clackamas River offers so many things to delight the senses. Live music, scrumptious local eats and a plethora of creative and artistic vendors are great additions to their Lavender Shoppe filled with bath and body products, as well as lavender treats to try like ice cream and lemonade. Their wow factor is co-owner Bill's displayed collection of antique cars. 

27525 SE Starr Rd. Eagle Creek, OR 97022

Clackamas County Lavender Festival

Please note: The 2021 Clackamas County Lavender Festival is canceled due to COVID-19 concerns. 

The view from this farm that sits along the historic Barlow Road in Oregon City is truly one of a kind. Mt. Hood stands tall in the background of endless rows of fragrant lavender. The view alone makes the visit worth it, but it's the sense of community that draws visitors in year after year. This festival was created to support and provide education on sustainable agriculture in the area and spotlight small Clackamas County businesses... and it has done just that, making an experience not to miss.

20949 S Harris Rd., Oregon City, OR 97045

Molly Johnson grew up in Mt. Hood Territory and loves getting to write content inspiring others to visit her beloved home. 

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