Lavender Fields & Tours
Fragrant fields of Lavender have become a signature of the North Olympic Peninsula. Visit the Sequim and Port Angeles area, where in the gorgeous sprawl of the Sequim-Dungeness Valley, scenic beauty, culinary innovation and agricultural sustainability converge in beautiful fields of lavender.
This unique area is known as the Lavender Capital of North America, with more than 30 farms growing this amazingly diverse herb. Soaps, lotions, seasonings, essential oils, teas, scone mixes, books, plants, lemonade, honey, eye masks, and other items totaling more than 90 products, all containing the amazingly diverse herb lavender, are among the pleasures of this fragrant destination. But the real attraction is the setting, where fields of lavender velvet are nestled between the majestic Olympic Range and the picturesque Strait of Juan de Fuca, and there is beauty and serenity everywhere you turn.
The Sequim Dungeness Valley is located in the rain shadow of the Olympic Mountains and creates an ideal microclimate for growing lavender. This means that we receive much less rain than our other Washington neighbors. In fact, we average over 290 days of sunshine every year and only 15- 17 of rain per year! The mild climate has made the area a very pleasant tourist destination, as well as a popular retirement and recreation area.
Purple Haze Lavender Farm
When it comes to the history of Olympic Peninsula Lavender, there is one farm whose roots run deep. Purple Haze Lavender is celebrating over 15 years of farming in the Sequim – Dungeness Valley.
Purple Haze Lavender is a 12 acre Certified Organic Lavender Farm. The lavender fields contain more than 15,000 plants of more than 50 varieties. The farm welcomes visitors to wander, to shop and to relax. Purple Haze has been featured in over two dozen magazines and on the national television network HGTV’s show: “The Good Life”.
Annual Lavender Events
Olympic Peninsula Lavender Farms – Open all summer for tours
Olympic Peninsula Lavender Farms offer tours all summer. There are more than 144 varieties of lavender in the valley and they will be blooming during the summer for all to enjoy!
Sequim Lavender Farmers Association
Sequim Lavender Growers Association
Lavender Celebration – 2 Unique Venues
Sequim Lavender Farm Faire (celebrated the third weekend of July)
Lavender Festival (celebrated the third weekend of July)
The Sequim – Dungeness Valley is the “Lavender Capital of North America” with more than 30 farms growing this amazingly diverse herb. The lavender season runs June September. The Sequim Lavender Farm Faire & Lavender Festival are celebrated the third weekend in July, featuring farm tours with over a hundred varieties of lavender plants. Enjoy the street fair with craftspeople, wonderfully unique lavender products, fine musical entertainment, flavorful Pacific Northwest cuisine and wine tasting from the local North Olympic Peninsula Wineries.
Lavender in the Park – Wine & Beer Garden (celebrated the third weekend of July)
Enjoy flavorful Pacific Northwest cuisine and wine tasting from the local Olympic Peninsula Wineries. This unique event takes place during the Lavender Celebration.
Lavender Celebration – Tour of Wineries (celebrated the third weekend of July)
The artisan wineries of the North Olympic Peninsula invite you to taste award winning wines. This unique event takes place during the Lavender Celebration.