437 Deweys Bridge Road
Whitehall, NY 12887

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Open For Business:

Year round online at LavenlairFarm.com/shop

On Farm open June 19 - September 1 Wednesday-Sunday (closed Monday and Tuesday)

10am-4pm

  • WEBSITE: Click here
  • CALL: (973) 820-3264
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Lavenlair Farm is a farm located near Lake George, NY.  This 80 acre oasis of peace features a 200 year old stone farmhouse, nearly 5,000 lavendar plants and a meditative labyrinth all in lavendar.  We are open from the end of June until Labor Day, Wednesday through Sunday 10 am to 4 pm.  We're closed Monday and Tuesday.

Come pick a bouquet of lavendar!  Bouquets are $5 for small ones and $10 for large ones.  You are welcome to cut as much as you like during your visit to our farm.

Tours are offered on the hour at 11 am, noon, 1 pm, 2 pm and 3 pm for $10 per person.  During the tour we offer advice and instructions on growing lavendar as a perennial in the North Country, the history of the farm, our apiary and the story of the founding of Lavenlair Farm.

You are welcome to stroll the labyrith, take photos, bring an easel to paint, cut bouquets and visit our shop to learn the difference between culinary lavendar and fragrance lavendar.  Tastes are available of our lavendar lemonade, lavendar sunset tea, lavendar cookies, lavendar jelly, raw lavendar pollen honey and lavendar infused maple syrup, vinegar and oil as well as samples of our lotions, soap and body products including solar distilled essential oil.  Just breathe and be in the moment.

Photography after hours is by appointment.  The cost is $50.  Please request appointments at LavenlairFarm@gmail.com.

What can you find at our farm?

  • Bouquets
  • Jams & Jellies
  • Lavender
  • Mint
  • Perennials
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