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XNUMX stunning US lavender farms that will take you to French Provence

Lavender fields turn Provence in France purple every summer and make us want to get on a plane and hit the road to enjoy the great sights and smells. But if a trip to France isn't on your budget this year, check out these beautiful US lavender farms that don't require a transatlantic flight to visit. Edition Travel Channel collected 8 magnificent lavender farms.

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Cape Cod Lavender Farm, Harwich, Massachusetts

Add Cape Cod Lavender Farm to your list of many great reasons to visit Cape Cod in the summer. The family farm is located on 11 acres (4,5 ha) with over 7000 plants surrounded by 75 acres (30 ha) of protected land with walking paths. The farm is open Monday to Saturday from 10:00 to 16:00 and Sunday from 12:00 to 16:00. Lavender blooms peak between late June and late July.

Sage Creations Organic Farm, Palisade, Colorado

Visit Sage Creations Organic Farm in Palisade, Colorado to pick lavender bouquets (mid-June to mid-July only), take a tour of the farm, or attend one of their many activities such as Lavender Working where you learn how to make a wreath with lavender, herbs and flowers.

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The farm is open to the public from Thursday to Saturday from 10:00 to 16:00. If you're planning your visit during the Colorado Lavender Festival from June 29 to July 1, book a farm tour with stops at Sage Creations, Two Bears Farm and More, and Sprigs and Sprouts with lunch. During the festival, you can purchase lavender products and enjoy live music, food, and treasure hunts for the kids.

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Hope Hill Lavender Farm, Pottsville, Pennsylvania

Just a two-hour drive from Philadelphia is Hope Hill Family Lavender Farm in Pottsville, PA. Lavender is grown here, which is mainly used for the production of essential oils, as well as for the manufacture of bouquets, culinary and other products from lavender, in particular candles and deodorants.

The farm is open to the public at least two days a month from April to December, but during the summer the opening hours are from 10:00 am to 15:00 pm every Saturday and Sunday in June and every Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday in July. They offer farm tours every Saturday at 11:00 am in June, July and August for $5.

Lavender Hill Farm, Boyne City, Michigan

Michigan winters are notorious for their harshness, but the summer months are great. Plan a trip to Boyne City, Michigan between late June and August to enjoy the purple carpet that covers the Lavender Hill Farm during the peak of lavender blooms. It is open daily from 10:00 to 17:00. The farm hosts a variety of activities such as lunches and yoga classes.

purple haze lavender, Sequim, Washington

Sekim is often referred to as the "Lavender Capital of the Country" and a massive annual lavender festival is held here. One of the largest farms in the area today, Purple Haze Lavender held its first farm tour in 1997, launching the annual Purple Haze Daze lavender festival. It includes live music, food, drink, craft vendors, and rows and rows of fragrant lavender.

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123 Farm Organics, San Bernardino, California

For incredible views, head to Southern California's largest certified organic lavender farm, 123 Farm Organics, located at the Highland Springs Ranch & Inn. Admission to the lavender season is $12 per person, $10 for seniors and $8 for students. The lavender season lasts from May 5 to July 23, visiting time from 17:00 to 22:00 every day.

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Fragrant Isle Lavender Farm and Shop, Washington Island, Wisconsin

This is a lavender farm and a shop at the same time. You can visit this location any day from 10:00 to 16:00. The farm offers yoga and art classes, lavender massages and gourmet dinners.

White Oak Lavender Farm, Harrisonburg, Virginia

The White Oak Lavender Farm in this independent city is already one of the most scenic places to visit in the Shenandoah Valley, and now it's even sweeter with its own grapes and lavender-infused wine called Purple WOLF Vineyard. The farm is open to the public every day of the week, and guests can pick lavender during the summer.

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