Seven Oaks Lavender Farm is nestled off a back road in Virginia.
June and July is the peak season of lavender. My friend Vonnie took me there for an afternoon. They had three kinds of lavender.
and Culinary. They placed beautiful white iron chairs in the lavender for photos-which we took advantage of. 🙂 English lavender is dark purple. There is lots of room for parking along the lane.
Their Saturdays are very busy with people picking and bring their own picnic lunches. Baskets to pick in. The large veranda porch is open to sip ice tea on the rocking chairs. They sell potted lavender as well. some sort of critter was here… Sofia -from Argentina- was very helpful in explaining how to pick and with information about the different kinds.
(she is working this summer to save up for a Europe vacation) Iced peppermint lavender infused tea A few shots of us The French lavender is more whispy. They even have a litter of bunnies for the children area. a ten year old bush a one year old-still a baby bush They had a small shop you could buy things-from lavender candles to lavender honey. Thanks for a lovely day Vonnie!