Welcome to the Southern Oregon Lavender Trail
Visit Our Farms During the Lavender Blooming Season Mid June – Mid August Southern Oregon Lavender Festival June 26, 27 & 28 2015
Two Sisters Lavender Farm 540 Lofland Lane Williams, OR  97544      (541) 761-5864 twosistersfarmwilliams@gmail.com Open Late June - End of July, Fri-Sun, 10:00-4:00 Stimulating the senses since 2010! Here at Two Sisters  Lavender Farm we use only natural farming practices and are working towards organic  certification. Come and see for  yourself the many uses of lavender  and some of the machinery used in  harvest. Enjoy a picnic under the  trees, fresh cut lavender bundles,   and organically grown heirloom vegetables.
The English Lavender Farm 8040 Thompson Creek Road Applegate, OR  97530      (541) 846-0375 www.englishlavenderfarm.com Open Mid-May, June, July & Aug., Fri-Sun, 10:00-4:00 Incredible mountain views form the backdrop for our  lavender.  Walk among more than  4000 lavender plants and enjoy our gift shop in the drying barn where  we distill lavender essential oil daily.  All of our products are handmade, in small batches on the farm, using our own lavender and locally sourced  materials.  We will have wreath and wand making classes,  refreshments and new products for this season.   Come and share the splendor of an Applegate summer’s day.
Luna Blue Farm (Temporarily located next to Two Sisters Lavender Farm)     www.facebook.com/lunabluefarm Open during festival & special events 10:00 – 4:00 Our new little farm is in transition as we search for a  different location.  All our lavender  plants have been temporarily planted on the south side of Two Sisters  Lavender Farm. Come visit our  “traveling” lavender plants, our farm  stand showcasing lavender crafts and watercolor art by Crystal Pyren, and  enjoy a lavender ice cream sandwich, of course!
OSU 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!
Goodwin Creek Gardens 970 Cedar Flat Road Williams, OR  97544        (541) 846-7357 www.goodwincreekgardens.com Open Mar - Sept., Fri-Sat, 9:00-5:00 Take home our plants and make your own lavender  garden. 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 Forever 375 Hamilton Road Jacksonville, OR 97530      (541) 702-2250 www.lavenderfieldsforever-oregon.com Open June 19 - mid-August, 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!
A multi-sensory lavender experience awaits you in the Applegate Valley!  Nestled among the vineyards and tranquil fields are four unique family-run farms, a nursery & a garden offering U-pick lavender flowers, exquisite lavender products & crafts, essential oil distillation, and potted lavender plants.  Come enjoy the sight, smell and taste of lavender!  Our farms are open from late June to mid-August when the lavender is in full bloom. Each venue may have slightly different hours, so please check our Facebook page for hours & information about classes, special events and other happenings on the Trail. We look forward to seeing you! Select any of the WEB addresses below to visit the individual venue websites.  This years brochure and the SOLT map can be downloaded as a PDF using the links here...  Also, if you’re coming on the trail, remember to collect you SOLT Passport at the first venue you visit.  A stamp from each farm will allow you to enter a draw for a collection of lavender goodies from all the farms!  You can also download and print the PDF and bring it with you...