Maryland's lavender farms are not only beautiful and fragrant, they are serene.
A family-owned, lavender farm located at the foot of Sugarloaf Mountain growing a variety of lavenders that are distilled into essential oil, which is used in handmade, luxury bath products.
Plan a visit from June – July, or September – November.
23611 W. Harris Rd.
Dickerson, MD 20842
Deep Creek Lavender Farm is situated in the Allegheny Mountains of Western Maryland near Wisp and Deep Creek Lake. The farm has more than 1500 lavender plants including15 different varieties of English lavender in shades of purple and white. Check out the farm shop for a great selection of lavender products. Visitors can pick their own bouquet of lavender during bloom season (usually mid-June and July). The farm is open Memorial Day through Labor Day-- Saturday, Sundays and Mondays 10:00am - 5:00pm.
625 Doerr Road
Accident, MD 21520
With the Catoctin Mountain as a backdrop, the lavender field at Springfield Manor Winery & Distillery is spectacular featuring more than 2,500 lavender plants of numerous varieties. Cut your own fresh flowers, pick up potted plants for your home and garden or enjoy the lavender products from the market stand. English lavender has it's peak first bloom in early June. French lavender generally peaks in August. Both varieties bloom a second time in September. Best to check website for hours the farm is open.
11836 Auburn Rd,
Thurmont, MD 21788
A family farm on the Eastern Shore of Maryland growing lavender and aromia berries used to make a variety of products, including delightful essential oils -- products may be purchased in the farms lavender shop
108 Immanuel Ln.
Millington, MD 21651
Purple Rain Lavender Farm is a family owned farm just outside of Bel Air nestled close to the Susquehanna River and near Havre De Grace. The Chesapeake Bay presents a unique micro-climate for farms in Harford County making growing of many lavender varieties challenging. They grow both internedias and augifolias and are continually trying new varieties of lavender in our area.
3421 McCommons Road
Churchville, MD 21208
Pack a picnic lunch, bring your camera, and enjoy the wonderful surroundings of our lavender farm. You will feel energized and relaxed after spending the day at this farm.
1418 Georgianna Lane
Owings, Maryland 20736
After having its initial blooming season in 2016 and opening to the public in 2018, Smokey Cat Lavender Farm has quickly grown and now hosts Lavender Festivals complete with vendors, food trucks, arts & crafts, and more.
5090 Long Swamp Rd
Federalsburg, MD 21632