Goodwin Creek GardensGoodwin Creek Gardens

970 Cedar Flat Road
Williams, OR 97544
(541) 846-7357
Open Mar – Sept., Fri-Sat, 9:00-5:00 Also open on Sunday during the lavender festival.
Goodwin Creek Gardens has been a family run plant nursery since 1977. We grow over 800 plant varieties, Including nearly 100 lavenders. Our other specialties include scented, dwarf & fancy- leaved pelargoniums(geraniums), culinary & medicinal herbs, milk- weeds, & plants that attract hummingbirds & butterflies. Our plants are certified by the Oregon Tilth as USDA Organic.

Lavender Fields ForeverLavender Fields Forever

375 Hamilton Road
Jacksonville, OR 97530
(541) 702-2250
Open Late June – Early Aug, Fri-Sun, 9:00-4:00
Come experience lavender! Stroll our fragrant field or pull up a chair and relax among the flowers. Pick your own bouquet from 7 exceptional pink, white, and purple varieties – all naturally grown. Distill your own essential oil. Make a lavender wreath, wand, or your own sachet. Shop our barn store that is filled with all-natural lavender products for your home, your body and your family. Bring a picnic and saturate your senses with the beauty of lavender!

OSU Lavender GardenOSU Lavender Garden

569 Hanley Road
Central Point, OR 97502
Open daily for self-guided tours
The OSU Lavender Garden is the Pacific Northwest’s first Lavender Collection and Demonstration Garden, with over 80 varieties of lavender. Sponsored by OSU’s Southern Oregon Research & Extension Center (SOREC), the Herb Society of America, and the local Master Gardener’s Assn. It is the only herb garden in the Pacific NW registered with the Herb Society of America. Visit this special venue & find your favorites!

The English Lavender FarmThe English Lavender Farm

8040 Thompson Creek Road
Applegate, OR 97530
(541) 846-0375
Open July & Aug., Fri-Sun, 10:00-6:00

Derek and Sue Owen run a family lavender farm set in the heart of the beautiful Applegate Valley. Lavender was first planted here using natural organic methods in 2012 in fields previously used to grow Christmas trees. The lavender clearly loves their soil, the south facing hillside and the high altitude giving it the best growing conditions for the highest quality English Lavender. They have more than a dozen different lavender varieties and over 6,000 plants in total. Their crop is harvested by hand and steam distilled in a traditional copper still. Derek distils every almost every day they are open for the season starting as soon as the flowers are at their best. Their essential oil is used in almost everything they make and Sue and Derek hand-craft the vast majority of their unique lavender products right there on the farm. They have a wide range of lavender products from delicious home-made sweet treats, heavenly bath and beauty products to beautifully made heat wraps, neck rolls, candles and lavender sachets. When the lavender is blooming (June and July) you will always find a lavender plant available for sale, classes on wreath and wand making, essential oil demonstrations and a u-pick area for you to take fresh lavender bouquets back home with you. The lavender ice-cream and strawberry lavender lemonade are must haves! They have a shady picnic area and you are welcome to bring the whole family to enjoy the natural beauty for the day, take great photos or just relax with a book and breathe in the scent of summer.

Two Sisters Lavender FarmTwo Sisters Lavender Farm

540 Lofland Lane
Williams, OR 97544
(541) 659-3627
Open Late June – Early Aug., Fri-Sun, 10:00-4:00
Stimulating the senses since 2010, we use only natural farming techniques and are working toward organic certification. See over 15 varieties & explore the many uses for lavender: culinary, crafts, garden, and oil production. Learn to make lavender crafts, meet our grower, picnic under the trees, visit the alpacas, cut your own lavender, shop for lavender plants, vegetables, antiques & vintage items in our Country Barn Store.