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Current Farm Hours:

We are open Monday through Saturday from 10:00 am to 4:00pm.

Closed on Sundays.


Upcoming Events:

Downtown Bend Farmers Market

We will be at the Downtown Bend Farmers Market every Wednesday from 11am-3pm through October 9th on Brooks Alley. You can learn more about the market here.

Friday Flower Market at Pomegranate

We will have plants and a few products at the Friday Flower Market hosted at Pomegranate every Friday through the summer from 11:00am - 2:00pm.

July 18th

Clay Workshop with La Luce Studios

Details coming soon. You can learn more here.

August 17th

Clay Workshop with La Luce Studios

Details coming soon. You can learn more here.

September 20th

Clay Workshop with La Luce Studios

Details coming soon. You can learn more here.

Visit Tumalo Lavender

Tumalo Lavender is a working Lavender Farm, located just 15 minutes from downtown Bend, Oregon. Our 10 acre farm is known as one of the premier Lavender farms, one of the few Certified Organic lavender farms in Oregon and the Pacific Northwest. Over the years, we've found the right varieties that would adapt and survive in the zone 6b climate of Central Oregon. 

When you visit the farm, plan to enjoy the sweeping fields of lavender plants. Depending on the season, you and your family are welcome to bring a picnic to enjoy, take pictures, and visit our store where you can purchase a large variety of products made right here on the property.

Directions to our Farm:

19825 Connarn Rd, Bend, OR 97703

From Bend, take highway 20 West to Tumalo, turn Right onto Cook Ave in Tumalo; This road will turn into Cline Falls Highway. Go 2 miles N. turn left onto Connarn. The Farm is ½ mile on the left.

Our Plants bloom in Mid July

We invite you to visit our farm and view the beautiful lavender (blooming usually begins in mid July). We offer 3” pots and 1 gallon lavender plants for your garden. You will find lavender not only beautiful and sensory, but a practical choice for your landscaping. Lavender has a reputation for being notoriously non-palatable to deer. It is also considered a drought-tolerant plant and is easy to grow and manage.

Groups & Events

Do you have a group that wants to come out to learn more about what we do and get a tour of our farm? Give us a call or send us an email to learn more and get on the calendar! It's a great activity whether it's a school field trip, an activity for local retirement homes or any kind of group hoping to learn more about lavender!

Reservations are required in advance.