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Purple Adobe Lavender Farm, Abiquiu

(4.1/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web)
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  • Stopped in to check out the Purple Adobe Lavender Farm that I passed the day before. So glad that I did. Their gluten free scones melt in your mouth. The lavender tea was a delight and be sure to try ...  more »
  • We happened on the lavender farm on our way to Abiqui to tour the Georgia O'Keefe house and studio. We had extra time before our tour so stopped at the farm. The owner was very friendly and the produc...  more »
  • Great place to stop for refreshment and/or gifts. My husband would say that it is "girly" - but so be it. We were there the week before they closed for the season. Nice things.  more »
  • This is a great little farm to visit on any visit to Abiquiu. It is set up with 59 kinds of lavender- organic. So that mean's your dog or pets are not allowed on the grounds. The farm has a variety of high quality lavender products and has a small cafe for refreshments. The surrounding trees were filled with birds so you may want to bring your binoculars. Lots of tables and chairs to sit and relax. a very calming and refreshing spot- even if it is 90+ degrees out. We thoroughly enjoyed the visit and my wife bought lots of gifts for her gal pals. Look for and follow the purple banners at the "roadside business" signs.
  • One of few lavender farms in North America. A low-key, rural, charming SouthWestern setting, with a shop and a tea house.