July 1 through August 31; Thursday-Saturday – 10:00am – 4:00pm
Still Waters Lavender, established in 2011, is a high desert lavender farm on five+ acres three miles NE of Redmond, Oregon. Ponderosa Pine trees, one completed greenhouse with another finished by 2016, and beautiful hues of purple, white, blue and pink lavender–26+ varieties–will come into view as you crest the ridge.
We sell lavender plants, u-pick (or we pick) fresh lavender bundles (seasonal), our son’s specialty hand painted boxes and beautifully hand dyed silk scarves, handmade lavender goat milk soap (milk from our daughter’s Saanen goats and lavender from our lavender harvest) as well as a non-goat milk soap for eczema: honey n’ oatmeal. Several varieties of culinary lavender for your cooking pleasure as well as other foodstuffs–lavender honey, lavender syrup, lavender sauces–orange and peppermint–and lavender preserves–will delight your taste buds. We welcome you to visit our website: www. stillwaterslavender.com or Facebook page.
We will be open to the public–July 1 through August 31–Thursday through Saturday, 10 a.m. through 4 p.m. We have an old trunk full of fun stuff for children to dress up and grandmothers to take photos. We also provide the “Beneficial Bug Book”, for older children to come into the fields with their parents and work together to identify the different good bugs helping us grow our lavender. The bees will be buzzing, the lady bugs, praying mantis and other creatures will be diligently working in the field, and we ask that you leave your pets at home: extremely hot, dry high desert summers can adversely affect your beloved pet. And as my dad told us kids, “Always leave the land in better shape than you found it.”
Participating in: OLA Farm Tour | Photo Contest
Take Hwy 97 until you come to O’Neil Hwy turn-off (blinking light). Head east (towards Prineville) for approximately four miles and turn right onto 33rd Street (gravel road). As you come over the first rise (about a quarter of a mile), we are the second property on the left lined with Ponderosa Pine trees, two greenhouses and a field with 30 varieties of lavender. We ask that you leave your animals home. The high desert sun is unrelenting and can adversely affect your beloved pet.