Frequently Asked Questions
What is Lavender?
Can I visit the Farm?
Yes!! We love visitors!! Please be aware that you are visitng our home and we ask that you treat it with respect. Well behaved children are welcome and must be supervised at all times. We have a NO PET Policy. Only Service Dogs are allowed. Please visit our Admissions Page as well as our Farm Policies Page.
Please stay home if you are not feeling well.
6 ft. Social Distancing is required.
Face Mask, covering nose and mouth, is required. Face Mask may be removed while outside only if there is adequate distance between you and other visitors.
Only 5 Guests will be allowed in the Shop at one time.
We reserve the right to limit the number of visitors on the property and in the field at any given time to ensure everyone’s safety.
Hands must be sanitized upon entering the Shop. Sanitizer will be provided.
Samples will not be available during this time.
Patience, Kindness and Good Vibes Only PLEASE.
When is the Lavender in Bloom?
That can be a tricky question to answer as we are at the Mercy of Mother Nature and She determines the bloom times as well as the duration of the blooms. Typically, our English Lavenders will start blooming in June. They will sometimes give us a second bloom in late summer. Our French Lavenders will typically start blooming in July.
Is there a fee to get in?
Do you have parking?
Yes, we have a designated parking area and there is no fee for parking. If you have difficulty walking please drive up to the Lavender Farm Stand and park outside the shop or if you require special assistance please call us or email us ahead of time to make special arrangements. 201-341-8147 firstname.lastname@example.org
What types of Lavender do you grow?
At this time we have both Lavandula Angustifolia (English Lavender) and Lavendula x intermedia (Lavandin or French Lavender).
Can I take pictures at the Farm?
Yes!! We love it when our guests take pictures for their own personal use and to capture their experience while visiting us. We do request that you please tag Orchard View Lavender Farm when sharing your photos on social media.
What is there to do at the Farm?
The Farm is a very special place and is perfect when you need to escape the pressures of life. We encourage you to pack a picnic basket, bring a blanket and find a quiet spot on the property and read a good book or just come and enjoy the peace and tranquility. Please be aware that you are visiting our home and we ask that you treat it with respect. Well behaved children are welcome and must be supervised at all times.
Do you sell lavender plants?
No, I'm sorry we do not sell lavender plants. However, you may visit our friends at Well Sweep Herb Farm which is only a couple of minutes away. They have a huge variety of herbs and perennials including many varieties of lavender. Please call ahead to make sure they have what you're looking for. In addition, you may also visit our friends Cierech's Greenhouse which is about 30 minutes away but worth the trip. They have a beautiful selection of annuals and perennials including lavender. Call ahead to make sure they have what you're looking for.
What types of products will I find in the Lavender Farm Stand?
We have a wonderful assortment of handmade artisan bath and body products, household products, culinary products, teas and tea accessories, aromatherapy jewelry and essential oils, home decor and accessories, yummy lavender baked goods, our own honey and so much more. We’ve partnered with many local artisans to bring you one of a kind handmade items. When you support us you also support them.
Can I bring my dog?
No. As much as we love our four legged friends, due to negative experiences and irresponsible/inconsiderate pet owners, we were forced to impose a No Pet Policy. Services Dogs are permitted. Service Dogs walk beside their handler. They do not bark, sniff, jump, visit, urinate or defecate while working. They are not held in the arms of their handler. Please note NJ has a "fake service dog/animal" law: N. J. S. A. 10:5-29.5 Introduced in 2013: an offender shall be fined not less than $100 and not more than $500. Emotional Support Dogs (ESD) do not qualify as a Service Animal under the Americans With Disabilities Act. We reserve the right to refuse any pets whose function is not that of a service animal.
Can I buy food or drinks at the farm?
Depending on the time of year, you may find Lavender Ice Cream, Lavender Cupcakes, Lavender Brownies and Lavender Chocolates for sale which are made exclusively for us using our lavender extract and gourmet sugars.
Do you do weddings?
Yes. When we started our little lavender farm we just wanted to grow lavender, share it with visitors and sell lavender products in our shop. We never imagined that the property would ever be considered for anything other than that. But, much to our surprise and delight, we’ve received so many requests from visitors who want to either get married here or host a private events. So, if you're interested in having a special function here, please visit our Wedding Page and submit your Event Inquiry Form.
Are there bees on the farm?
Happily YES!! We currently have four honey bee hives on our property that are maintained by our good friends at Woodsedge Tree Farm. Not only do the bees give us delicious honey but they also pollinate our lavender as well as our gardens throughout the property. The field is always buzzing with bees when the lavender is in bloom. Honey bees and bumble bees are not agressive as long as you treat them with respect.
What else is there to do in the area?
Warren County is a beautiful place to visit. Here is a link to our Places To Visit page where you'll find lots of helpful information and links to some of our favorite locations.
Do I need an appointment to visit?
Sometimes. Appointments are not necessary when visiting during regular hours: Fridays Saturdays & Sundays from 10 am - 5 pm from April - December.
Do You Have Bathrooms?
Yes, we have bathrooms.