Where to Find Lavender Farms Near Olympia

Cobblefield Lavender Farm in Rochester. Photo courtesy: Cobblefield Lavender Farm

Did you know there are over 45 species and 450 varieties of lavender? That’s why whenever someone tells me they don’t like lavender, I always respond with, “All lavender?” Because they definitely do not all smell the same. Some smell much more like sage. Some are great for cooking. Others will taste bitter when cooked and are better for aroma-uses. Here is where to find lavender farms near Olympia for the 2024 lavender season.

Schirm Loop Homestead Lavender Farm

2434 Schirm Loop Road NW, Olympia
2024 Season: June 28 through late August
Friday and Saturdays 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Closed July 20 for a private event.

Located in Olympia, this lavender Farm off Steamboat Island Road is easy to find, and the picturesque view will make you feel like you’ve been transported to Europe. Many of their customers find themselves going more than once a season! Schirm Loop Homestead Lavender Farm features lavender wreaths and crowns – which are incredible for spring photo shoots! – and a gift shop overflowing with lavender products and gardening items. Quench your thirst with lavender honey lemonade. They also have you-cut and they-cut lavender bundles for sale.

Something different about this lavender farm is its access. You can paddle over from Boston Harbor to their bulkhead, climb a trail and reach their lavender farm!

Having an event? You can rent space too, contact Connie Patnode at connie.patnode63@gmail.com.

Schirm Loop Homestead Lavender Farm in Olympia. Photo courtesy: Schirm Loop Homestead Lavender Farm

Cobblefield Lavender Farm

18443 Sargent Road SW, Rochester
2024 Season: June 28 – July 28
Friday-Sunday, 10 a.m. – 7 p.m.

If you are looking for a Thurston County lavender farm that has sweet treats as well as fragrant lavender, you’ve come to the right place! Cobblefield Lavender Farm has some unique offerings that make it a must on your lavender farm tour of Thurston County. Located in Rochester, this lavender farm will often be distilling lavender to make oil right out by their fields, so you can watch the process! Their kids love to tell you all about it and the lavender fields.

After spending time in their fields, head to their pop-up lavender shop where more delights await you. They have lavender lemonade, lavender cold brew, lavender cookies – including a new lavender matcha shortbread – ice cream and more. It’s truly a feast for the nose, eyes and mouth! They also have honey, but owner Tamara Haight did let us know the supply will be limited in 2024, so head there early if you would like some! Be sure to snag lavender beeswax candles too!

Another tip from Tamara is to come in the morning or evening, less busy and less hot!

Cobblefield Lavender Farm in Rochester has many yummy treats made with lavender, like these cookies. Photo courtesy: Cobblefield Lavender Farm

Walupt Farms

19441 Jordan St SW, Rochester
2024 Season: June 21 through July
Fridays-Saturdays, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Walupt Farms is a lavender farm in Rochester that has 3-acres of lavender. You will find lavender oil roller bottles here, as well as sachets and dried lavender bundles. They have several varieties of lavender, so you can smell each one and decide which you like best.

Some other flower-related products are also available, including elderflower balm and an elderberry syrup kit, which is incredible for colds! They also have honey from their own honeybees. Check out the rock shop with polished rocks, agates and petrified wood.

Walupt Farms offers fresh lavender in Rochester. Photo courtesy: Walupt Farms

Evergreen Lavender Farm

9733 Evergreen Valley Road SE, Olympia
2024 Season: June 27 – August 3
Thursday-Saturday, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

The Evergreen Lavender Farm in Olympia has been providing us with incredible-smelling lavender products since 2009. Their large fields contain over 13 varieties of English lavender. And if you didn’t know that different lavenders smell very different, you need to head to the Evergreen Lavender Farm and find out. You will even find white lavender here!

After spending some time in their beautiful fields, check out their shop that is full of lavender products including soaps, lotions, culinary lavender, lavender bundles, essential oils, and many more items.

Don’t miss their Lavender Festival on July 13, 2024, with vendors, food, fun and lots of lavender!

Evergreen Valley Lavender Farm in Olympia. Photo courtesy:

Serenity Lavender Farm

Olympia Farmers Market
Tumwater Farmers Market

If you can’t make it to a local lavender farm in Thurston County this season, you can Find Serentiy Lavender Farm at Olympia Farmers Market and Tumwater Farmers Market for the season. The farm itself – located in East Olympia – is not open to the public, but they grow seven varieties of lavender – graves, grosso, phenomenal, gros bleu, ana louisa, royal velvet and melissa – that they use to create incredible products for the farmers markets. You will find small batched hydrosols and essential oils, handcrafted soaking salts, sugar scrub, hand sanitizer, eye and neck pillows, sachets, bath teas, smudge sticks and a variety of floral arrangements!

“I intermittently sell at both farmer’s markets,” shares Christy Conner, owner. “I will be at Olympia Farmers Market at least twice monthly throughout the season. Tumwater Farmers Market opens in June and I will be present once each month on Sundays. You can follow their farm on the Serenity Lavender Farm Facebook page for updates.

Serenity Lavender Farm will be at the Olympia Farmers Market and the Tumwater Farmers Market in 2024. Photo courtesy: Serenity Lavender Farm

Hillside Farms

1120 143rd Avenue SE, Tenino

If you are looking for a beautiful purple backdrop for your event, check out Hillside Farms in Tenino. This Lavender Farm in Thurston County is open by appointment only and can be rented for your big event – wedding, anniversary, reunion, you name it! As far as lavender, they have English, French, Spanish and Lavendins varieties. They have events from time to time where they sell their lavender products, so check the Hillside website for updates.

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