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Seven Oaks Lavender Farm, Catlett

Categories: Farms, Tourist Spots
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3.8/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web
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  • The farm has a lovely shop specializing all things lavender, from food items to skin care products to paintings. It was possible to buy things at an affordable level like some of the soaps and cachets...  read more »
  • I went here with some friends as we had always wanted to go and finally made it happen. The staff were all very friendly. It was fun to be able to pick lavender. They had sessions how to make things w...  read more »
  • I went here alone and was very pleased with the place. There is a store with lots of lavender products and food to buy. I just missed the water color painting. Would have loved to do this. There is a ...  read more »
  • For my little ones was exciting to cut some stems, and walk around. It was great to taste cookies baked with lavender, and lemonade with lavender. We totally loved The Blueberry, raspberry, strawberry, lavender Jam, the lavender syrop, and teas we purchased there. Other than lavender items you can purchase some fresh cut yellow flowers, or pick your own herbs. The boys were happy to smell and taste some leaves of new herbs they had never tasted or see before, and it was for free! I was probably expecting to see a wider field of lavender bushes, with more purple, and blue flowers. I was hoping to take some family pics, with the lavender on the background, but it was quite hard. I took some individually, with each boy and their cute baskets, and kid friendly scissors provided by the owner so we could cut our 50 stems included in our Certifikid. Was it the low of the blooming season? Is it because as the owner explained us she lets Mother Nature take care of the bushes? I'll try to come back next season by June... For sure I'll purchase more of that Jam! Good Luck M
  • I've been here twice, and it's great! The shop is amazing, full of lavender - scented goodies!
  • I've visited the farm three different years, and it gets better and better every year. Although it does not look like the website, it is still a beautiful farm in the country, and a great way to spend the day. On my most recent visit, two friends and I brought our picnic lunch. We set up under a large shade tree (on one of their many picnic tables) and enjoyed the serenity of the surroundings and our lunch before we picked our lavender. April spent several minutes explaining the various types of lavender, and took the time to take a group photo of us. We enjoyed a candle making demonstration, homemade lavender infused lemonade and treated ourselves to some of the lovely gifts in their gift shop. A wonderful visit; I will be coming back!
  • The pictures that are on the website is absolutely nothing like what it looks like there. I wish I could upload a picture to show the difference. There is not a rolling landscape of purple lavender, there is a severely barren area with a few lavender plants available to pick at. The website boasted of cookout style food and a bunny pen etc...the food was non-existent and the bunny pen was not one the kids could enjoy. It was an incredible waste of my gas and money (spent on gas and the lavender farm itself). You'd be better off to find somewhere else to go.
  • great place toddler kids!
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