Bald Butte Lavender Farm

Frequently Asked Questions

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At this time the farm is open by appointment only. Please contact us about planning your visit.

Sorry, no pets allowed. Please leave your pet at home for your pet’s comfort and safety.

We produce and sell fresh and dried lavender bundles, live lavender plants, dried culinary lavender buds, and hand-made lavender crafts.

Sorry, we don’t provide restroom facilities at this time.

Sorry, no smoking or vaping is allowed.

At this time the farm is open by appointment only. Please contact us about planning your visit. Parking is limited and we can’t accommodate buses at the farm.

Bald Butte Lavender Farm is a working farm. The lavender and surrounding fields are mowed but are located on sloped and undulating ground. The grounds of our farm are not handicap accessible. Be aware, bees love lavender in bloom so please dress appropriately for your visit. We are required by Washington state law to post the following agritourism warning sign:

Under Washington state law, there is limited liability for an injury to or death of a participant in an agritourism activity conducted at this agritourism location if such an injury or death results exclusively from the inherent risks of the agritourism activity. Inherent risks of agritourism activities include, among others, risks of injury inherent to land, equipment, and animals, as well as the potential for you to act
in a negligent manner that may contribute to your injury or death. We are required to ensure that in any activity involving minor children, only age-appropriate access to activities, equipment, and animals is
permitted. You are assuming the risk of participating in this agritourism activity.”


Yes. However, Bald Butte Lavender Farm is a working farm and as such has inherently unsafe places especially for young children. Therefore, we require that children be closely supervised at all times during your visit.

Yes, visitors can cut their own lavender in the west lavender field which has been designated for U-pick. We provide a scissors for cutting stems and zip ties for bundling. Remember to bring your own basket or vase. The zip ties are 8 inches long and when wrapped around the stems form a 2 inch diameter bundle. A full zip tie or a partially full zip tie are the same price. Cut low enough to get long flower stems leaving at least 2 inches of green foliage above the brown woody stems. However, be careful not to cut into the woody part which will permanently damage the plant.

We offer four English lavender varieties: Munstead, Miss Katherine, Hidcote, and common English; and one hybrid lavender variety: Caty Blanc.

No, absolutely no firearms are allowed when visiting the farm.

No, at this time we don’t have the required permits and licenses to sell either food or drinks. Please bring your own drinks and snacks.

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