We recently had the pleasure to do this very informative video about our local lavender on Martha Lane Lavender in Sequim:
(from their website)
A bit about Martha Lane Lavender: After coming to the 2004 Sequim Lavender Festival, Julie Ingram rediscovered her love of lavender and decided to plunge into the farming business with her partner, Mike Greenhaw. They found the property in February 2005 when it was a neglected Christmas tree farm. The field today contains about 3000 plants. In the field are several different lavender varieties. They are as follows: Royal Velvet, Sachet, Folgate, Super, Grosso, Maillette, Royal Purple, Hidcote Pink, Violet Intrigue and Hidcote Giant. Also, sprinkled throughout the field are some Wyckoff, Edelweiss, White Spike, Miss Katherine, Hidcote, Purple Bouquet, Melissa, Provence, Martha Roderick and Old English plants. The 18th annual Sequim Lavender Festival for 2014 is July 18- 20. We will be on the self-guided tour along with several other member farms. Come and see us in our new Victorian style home and gift shop. Pick up one of our SLGA driving guides on the ferry or in Sequim at the vistors center. We will also have a booth at the Street Fair. We are looking forward to meeting you and sharing our love of lavender with you.
Please follow this link for more info: www.lavenderfestival.com
We are proud, active members of the Sequim Lavender Growers Association!
Our farm is now Certified Organic as of June 2011!
Find us on Facebook: Martha Lane Lavender!
If you are visiting our area and would like more information about this amazing B&B in our area or have any questions about our area contact:
Sally at http://lostmountainlodge.com
Adie at http://betterpropertiesporttownsend.com/