Lavender Fields

Many lavender fields are in full bloom in July. So we think it’s the perfect time to share some of our favorite Lavender fields. English Lavender typically blooms first in late spring/early summer. Followed by French Lavender bloom in mid to late summer. Though Provence is home to the most spectacular lavender fields, Bulgaria is the largest lavender producer in the world. But you don’t have to travel to Provence or Bulgaria to experience the pleasure of strolling through a fragrant lavender field.

There are many wonderful lavender farms around the world. This is a useful guide to 22 Gorgeous Lavender Fields around the World. A list of beautiful lavender farms in France, Bulgaria, New Zealand, Hungary, Croatia, Sardinia, England, Tasmania Transylvania, Poland, Japan and North America.

basket of lavender
photo Dori Halaszlaki

And, of course, we always love to leave with armloads of dried lavender, plants, oils, and bath & body products. Many farms also offer treats like lavender lemonade and our favorite, lavender honey. There are lots of lavender fields across the U.S.A., discover some of our favorites here & here.

lavender by the bay lavender field
lavender by the bay lavender farm


7540 Main Road, East Marion & 47 Manor Road, Calverton, New York

On the North Fork, nestled between Long Island Sound and Peconic Bay, Lavender by the Bay has amusing signs and purple Adirondack chairs scattered throughout their fields.

Discover more favorite North Fork shops

hood river lavender fields


3823 Fletcher Drive, Hood River, Oregon

Located in a breathtaking gorge between Mount Adams and Mount Hood, Hood River Lavender Farms features “pick your own” Lavender.

sage creations organic farm drying lavender


3555 E Road , Palisade, Colorado

After the lavender is picked, it is hung upside down to dry to use for dried bundles, sachet buds and culinary use.

photo sagecreations

Lavender lemonade by 123 farm organics

123 FARM

10600 Highland Springs Avenue, Cherry Valley, California

photo 123farmorganics

We love this lavender lemonade recipe shared by 123 Farm on Instagram. See the original post here.

1 cup of freshly squeezed lemon juice
1/2 cup of Lavender Honey OR 2/3 cup of Lavender Sugar 
3 cups of water
1 cup of ice
*Add Butterfly Pea Flower for a pretty purple color. 

Throw everything into a blender and pulse until the honey or sugar is fully dissolved. f you want a lemonade slush, substitute the water and add a total of 5 cups of ice, blend, and serve immediately!

Long barn lavender Hampshire UK

The U.K. has many pretty lavender fields too. Read more about Long Barn in Hampshire, a feature from the archives by Stephanie Bateman Sweet, The Lifestyle Editor. A beautiful retail destination with a perfect combination of plant nursery, lifestyle store, lavender farm and café, all set within two acres of lavender fields.

main photo by Juliana Malta at Lavender by the Bay

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