Have you visited Lavender Pond Farm and not wanted to leave? Are you curious to learn more about how things work at an organic lavender farm? Or just simply craving a bit of solicitude to recharge and refresh? If so, you might just want to book a stay at Lavender Pond Farm’s Guest Quarters.
We were ecstatic to learn that Yankee Magazine has named Lavender Pond Farm one of the five best flower farms in New England. Featured in their March 2019 issue, we join farms from Maine, Rhode Island and Massachusetts.
Lavender Pond Farm is proud to announce we are launching a month long fundraiser to support Breast Cancer Awareness Month as well as recognize and celebrate the survivors and courageous fighters against breast cancer.
Lavender Pond Farm is excited to announce that they have partnered with Master Bridge Wright and Restoration Conservationist Arnold M. Graton to build an authentic covered bridge at their lavender farm in Killingworth, Connecticut.
Even under the best growing conditions, lavender is a notoriously slow starter. We've fielded numerous calls from gardeners worried if their lavender has made it through the winter. The best answer we can give you is the same one we tell ourselves, it's too soon to tell.