To Victor’s Lavender Farm
End of Season Approaches!
Sequim’s Robin egg blue sky above the fields of newly blooming lavender paint an inviting welcome to visitors near and far.
Victor’s online store is always open. His always popular farm stores reopened for the 2021 season Memorial Day weekend – always practicing Social Distancing operations, and offering Curbside pick-up and plenty of specials will be featured throughout the 2021 season
Victor’s Lavender is excited to again welcome visitors back to the farm and into his lush fields and overflowing greenhouses, lavender drying barn with thousands of hanging bundles, U-cut field, and the farm store.
Looking back – While the traditional Festival was not held in either 2020 or 2021 due to COVID, Victor’s Lavender still had plenty of reasons to visit the farm all summer long. Some exciting examples include:
- The 2020 Grand Opening of the brand-new Victor’s Rain Shadow Lavender! Featured over 4,000 fresh young plants in many colors, a lavender labyrinth, retail store and MORE! Rain Shadow is the only lavender farm on the Olympic Peninsula that will not harvest their lavender – assuring you the longest season to enjoy blooms anywhere in the state thru September!
- Throughout July & August Victor hosted educational and entertaining workshops for both beginners and “Lavender Masters” alike.
- There is always a unique Sequim Lavender Experience waiting for you at Victor’s Lavender Farm! This working lavender farm is known throughout the world… Victor’s is the farmer who supplies the other farms with gorgeous lavender…and Victor and his professional staff are here to help.
As you can see there is plenty of changes going on throughout the world, and plenty of reasons to plan a visit to Victor’s Lavender and Victor’s Rain Shadow Lavender this summer!
We look forward to Welcoming You Soon!