Welcome to Victor’s Lavender
A farm located in Sequim, Washington
When it comes to propagating lavender Victor Gonzalez, our North Olympic Peninsula’s resident expert wholesale lavender grower and supplier, is happy to share his global green thumb insights and guidance. He has successfully propagated more than one million lavender plants during the last decade. As a global lavender Ambassador Victor has traveled extensively to provide growing and economic development insight to farmers from Peru & North Africa, to Latin America, Mexico, Canada, and throughout the United States. Always in demand for his consulting and growing skills, Victor is happy to call Sequim Washington home of his inviting and globally prominent Victor’s Lavender Farm.
Victor possesses an almost intuitive knowledge of growing lavender, which he credits to his family’s farming background. “Although I had never grown lavender before moving to Sequim, my family farmed so I grew up learning about different soils and farming practices,” he said. “I was able to apply my knowledge of farming to lavender growing.”
Victor’s Lavender Celebration, July 21-23, 2017.
Victor and Maribel Gonzalez welcome you to their family farm for an intensive lavender weekend, including workshops, great products, fields of lavender, food including Maribel’s hand-made tamales, wine and beer, a Friday night Barn Dance with Joy of Mudville, and more – No admission charge to the farm or dance!
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Since planting his first lavender plants in 1997, Victor has developed growing practices that have allowed his plants to thrive. Victor continues to expand his knowledge with each plant he cultivates. Today, lavender growers, local gardeners and other experts rely on Victor’s advice for successful plants. When local lavender farms, gardeners and businesses need lavender plants, they depend on Victor’s Lavender for the healthiest plants money can buy.