The Sequim Lavender Festival is back and in full bloom

SEQUIM, Wash – Lavender farmer Sequim works very hard. Across the region, lavender samples are at their purple peak. And for the first time in two years, the Sequim Lavender Weekend is back in action.

More than a dozen farms will be opened and each farm has its own personality. The Jardin du Soliel has a small herd of goats and grows organic crops in rolling hills.

At Graysmarsh Farm, a few miles away, you don’t have to limit yourself to just harvesting lavender. Rows of raspberries and blueberries ripen as lavender blooms.

Lavender Connection is a small family-owned farm that grows 40 different varieties of lavender. Here you can pick up a bunch or pick up a bottle of essential oils that are distilled on site.

The Sequim lavender festival weekend begins Friday, July 15 and runs through Sunday, July 17. It’s important to note that some farms charge entrance fees during the festival. The Sequim Lavender Festival is back and in full bloom

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