Summer Blooms, but Year-Round Fun!
Our lavender is in peak bloom from late May to early July, but there is a lot to do and see on our farm year-round. Our Farm Shoppe is open year-round with our handmade lavender products:
Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays: 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM (Check below for dates we are closed for special events and weddings!
You may bring a picnic lunch and enjoy walking among the fields and forest, and then picnic under our outdoor covered Pavilion Barn, or sit on an Adirondack chair, or wrought iron bench near our fields…relax and enjoy being up close to nature! Our historic timber frame barns are a beautiful part of American history and we are so proud of the restoration we have done on these century old barns to preserve them for future generations.
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directions to our farm!
Farm Closings for Private Events:
August 23-25th, 2018
September 2, 2018
September 29th, 2018
October 6th, 2018
October 13th, 2018
November 10th, 2018
November 22nd and 24th, 2018
December 8th, 2018
December 15th, 2018
December 24th, 2018 to January 5th, 2019
Admission: $5.00 per person:
Children 5 and under are free! All children must remain with an adult during entire visit. Please stay on all pathways, and refrain from walking on top of lavender rows.
NO PETS ALLOWED!!!
Our lavender is no longer in bloom, but please visit our Lavender Oaks Farm Shoppe to purchase our handmade lavender products:
Fall and Winter Lavender Oaks Farm Shoppe Hours:
Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays: 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM
2018 Charities: A portion of your Admission Fee supports the following non-profits:
Polka Dot Mama Melanoma Foundation www.polkadotmama.org
A Doorway to Hope www.adoorwaytohope.org
Tours: $10.00 per person (Includes your Admission Fee)
Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays at 10:00 AM & 2:00 PM
No appointment needed to visit! Groups of 10 or more, please email or call us to let us know you are coming!
(Children 12 and under are free for tours).
Learn how to grow lavender in North Carolina, the various varieties and their uses grown on our farm, distillation, products you can make at home, and more! The Tour does NOT include taking lavender home! Please see our prices for u-pick:
U-Pick: $10 per bundle (approximately 20 wands of lavender)
Please bring scissors or gardening shears, plus a container to bring your lavender home.
We provide a small amount of scissors, and buckets on a first come, first serve basis, so please consider bringing your own.
Inclement Weather: Please check this page, or follow us on our Instagram @lavenderoaks and Facebook @lavenderoaksfarmnc for updates on farm closings due to inclement weather! Our lavender can not be cut if there is inclement weather, or heavy rain.
Please email us for private tours of our historic barns for weddings and special events, or click on, “Our Barns” for more information.
Please read our farm rules before you visit:
We welcome visitors to our farm by appointment only, so please email us the date you plan to visit, and the number of guests in your party. You may also register for one of our tours, open farm days, workshops, or other events. 2018 will be our second season of blooming lavender beginning in late May to September. We are excited our 9 varieties of lavender will be a beautiful view of vibrant purple! Please see our Farm Tours we are offering for 2018, and email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to register for a group of 10 or more.
Lavender Oaks Farm is part of North Carolina Agritourism and we are excited to be promoting traditional farming techniques and our organic lavender farm in our great state. Our farm is available to the public through private farm events, a variety of workshops from gardening to art, tours, farm to fork lavender dinners, and later in 2018, we’ll begin propagating our own lavender cuttings in our greenhouse. Please go to our Contact page to request information on Lavender Oaks Farm and please follow our progress on our Blog. It is our honor to be an American Farmer!
Visiting our Farm
DIRECTIONS: Our farm does come up in Google Maps if you have updated your App. Please use the following address for GPS: Lavender Oaks Farm 3833 Millard Whitley Rd. Chapel Hill, NC 27516. When you come down our gravel road, Millard Whitley Rd., drive down the gravel road until the road forks, stay left at the fork and drive through our stone pillars/iron gates and follow the road around past our farmhouse and around to our main parking lot. Please park in our main parking lot, or drop off your passengers at our main barn, then continue back to park in our main lot. There is handicap parking adjacent to our main barn, but please keep the circle drive area clear of all vehicles.
As a working lavender farm, we ask for your assistance in staying with all children at all times during your visit. There is large farm equipment located on our land, gravel roads, and several acres of forest, as well as a 3/4 pond, so please follow our safety and directional signs located around the farm. Please park in our parking lot and keep our circle drop off area clear of all vehicles. There is handicap parking adjacent to our Lavender Barn. Our lavender is planted on long rows with white weed fabric protecting our raised mounds. Please stay on the pathways between the lavender rows and only cut lavender that is available to pick. Lavender typically blooms from late May to early September, so please allow our lavender to rest during its dormant months from October through April. Lavender is an evergreen, so it is quite beautiful during the winter months. Our farm is smoke-free, and we provide receptacles for your garbage, so please help us to keep our farm clean and healthy. If you have any questions regarding your visit, please email us at: email@example.com. We look forward to welcoming you to our family lavender farm!
In the words of Thomas Jefferson:
“Cultivators of the earth are the most valuable citizens. They are the most vigorous, the most independent, the most virtuous, and they are tied to their country and wedded to its liberty and interests by the most lasting bonds.”