WHAT METHODS OF PAYMENT DO YOU ACCEPT?
Credit, debit, cash, Apple Pay and local check are accepted in the farm boutique. Credit card, debit card and PayPal are accepted in our online shop.
ARE DOGS AND OTHER PETS WELCOME AT YOUR FARM?
We love dogs, but the lavender does not. If you are visiting with a dog or other pet, please plan to exercise them in our grassy one-acre overflow parking area only. Pets are not allowed in the lavender fields, the farm boutique or in the common areas around the boutique.
HOW DOES LAVENDER U-PICK WORK?
We provide shears, baskets and instructions describing how to cut, where to cut and what amount of lavender constitutes a U-pick bouquet, which starts at $7.50. You are free to choose from the lavender and other flowers in bloom during your visit. We provide free ribbon to give your bouquets that finishing touch.
IS IT POSSIBLE TO PICNIC AT THE FARM?
Yes, from June to mid-July, we offer picnic tables and shady spots for this purpose. A selection of cold drinks are available for purchase, however we don't offer food service at the farm. Here are a few Walla Walla restaurants that offer delicious take-out lunches and would be happy to take your order: Stone Soup Cafe (sandwiches), Graze, Soi 71 (Thai), Sweet Basil Pizzeria, Grandma's Kitchen (Mexican) and Cugini Import Italian Market. Picnicking is free during business hours and $25 per hour after closing.
DO YOU MAKE YOUR OWN PRODUCTS?
Yes, our Farm Boutique brims with lavender merchandise designed and made here on the farm. To round out our offerings, we also have curated selection of lavender products sourced from France and select American locations.
IS YOUR FARM CERTIFIED ORGANIC?
No, however, we never spray or treat our flowers or plants in any way. We take great care to practice responsibility and sustainability in the cultivation of our lavender and we always keep you, our customer, in mind.
DO YOU ACCOMMODATE VISITORS FROM RETIREMENT CENTERS AND SCHOOLS?
Yes, we welcome visits from local retirement centers and schools on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday mornings. Groups must make an appointment by calling 509-529-3276; group fee may apply.
DO YOU ALLOW PROFESSIONAL PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHY AT THE FARM?
Yes, we are happy to work with your professional photographer to schedule a photo shoot in the lavender fields during the month of June. Appointments are possible during business hours and most evenings, though Saturdays are not available. A $35 (plus tax) site fee applies and is payable at the time of reservation.
DO YOU ALLOW WEDDINGS AT THE FARM?
We do not book weddings at this time. However, we do welcome bride and groom and wedding parties for photos in the lavender fields during the month of June. Please call 509-529-3276 for arrangements. A $85 (plus tax) site fee applies and is payable at the time of reservation. Maybe you'd be interested in our elopement package -- ask for details.
DO YOU ALLOW CLUB MEETINGS OR PARTIES?
We are happy to work with customers to make room for special events such as birthday parties, club meetings or small business gatherings. Smaller groups can be accommodated during business hours and larger groups in the evenings. Hourly reservations begin at $25 and depend on your needs.
IS YOUR FARM WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE?
Yes, the main lavender fields, farm boutique, shaded porch and restroom are all accessible. There are a few steps on the property, but these can be bypassed if you ask for assistance. Let us know of your special need and we will do our best to accommodate you.
WHAT KIND OF VEHICLE CAN YOUR PARKING ACCOMMODATE?
Our entrance is scaled to non-commercial traffic. Extra-large RVs or RVs pulling a vehicle can usually park past the main entrance on the shoulder of the road. We are not able to accommodate full-size buses.
WHAT CAN I EXPECT WHEN I VISIT DURING THE OFF-SEASON?
From late July until early June the next year, we are happy to open the farm boutique for browsing. When you text, call or email ahead we are usually able to accommodate your visit, however, we are always closed on Saturdays. Please note that the lavender fields are closed during the off-season.