Chappell Hill Lavender Farm

In the country, between  Austin & Houston . . .

Come Visit  The Farm

An Oasis for the Soul

An aromatic lavender farm with quaint surroundings and a scenic hillside view. The farm is about 8 miles north of the historic town of Chappell Hill, just off of the Texas Independence Trail. Nestled in the heart of bluebonnet country the farm is a delightful day excursion from most anywhere in South Central Texas with many other attractions close by.

Panoramic views frame the landscape with rolling acres to a gazebo and pond- a peaceful setting for picnics or just relaxing with a cool glass of lavender lemonade.

During the cutting season which occurs twice a year, you can casually stroll the fragrant rows and cut your own fresh lavender. There is no admission charge to visit the farm.

PLEASE NOTE REGARDING CUTTING OF LAVENDER

The Provence lavender is sparse so there are fewer blooms to cut. When the blooms have enough color we allow cutting on a first come first serve basis. When the available blooms are all depleted, then there is no more cutting until new ones develop. 

No Cutting Before November

Current blooms have been depleted

Thanks to all of our visitors who joined us for the 2019  Lavender & Wine Fest

The Gift Shop Is Open!

No reservations needed

Based on Governor Abbott’s new update, our gift shop is now open.  We will still need to limit the number of people to (8) who can enter the shop at a time. Since our space inside is tight we do ask that our customers continue to wear their face masks inside the gift shop. We will have hand sanitizer as you enter and when you leave. We strive to make your shopping experience as safe and enjoyable as possible. 

Provence Lavender is Spiking!

Our Provence variety is spiking and we are beginning to see some color on the blooms. Each week the blooms turn color and we will allow cutting as long as there are colorful blooms. When those are all cut, we have to wait for another week or so for more to develop more color. We will only cut as long as there is color on the blooms. Each week will bring more blooms. Be sure to check the website each week before coming out to pick.

Lavender Update

This year the Sweet variety was great and we had lots of blooms.The Provence lavender is now spiking and is ready for cutting as long as the blooms are developed. NOTE- Please check each week to see if there are enough to cut.  We will keep our website up to date as the Provence lavender progresses. 

Remember that you can always order our products online and schedule a pickup when we are open.

We have wide open spaces to walk around and picnic. Pets are welcome as long as they are on a leash and up to date with vaccines. 

The farm and gift shop are open for our regular hours Thursdays through Sundays each week.

Picnics Welcome!

Our gazebo is great place for a picnic! It's also a great backdrop for photos. We have additional picnic tables available for your groups.

Texas Highways

visits the farm!

Check out our famous cookie recipe in the recent issue of Texas Highways
https://texashighways.com/eat-drink/recipes/recipes-desserts/recipe-lavender-pecan-crisps/

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Lavender Blooming Update
September 1, 2020

 

One of the primary questions that we get asked is "when is the best time to come and see the lavender in bloom?".  We grow two varieties and each one of them bloom at different times. The Sweet variety is our spring bloomer and usually blooms in May/June. The blooming progress is always affected by sun, rain, cold and heat so therefore the actual blooming could...

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An aromatic lavender farm with quaint surroundings and a scenic hillside view, we're about 8 miles north of historic Chappell Hill, just off of the Texas Independence Trail. Nestled in the heart of bluebonnet country the farm is a delightful day excursion from most anywhere in South Central Texas, with many other attractions close by.

Panoramic views frame the landscape with rolling acres to a gazebo and pond—a peaceful setting for picnics or just relaxing with a cool glass of lavender tea or lavender lemonade.

During the cutting season which usually begins in August, you can casually stroll the fragrant rows and cut your own fresh lavender. There is no admission charge to visit the farm.

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Chappell Hill Lavender Farm

2250 Dillard Rd.

Brenham, Texas 77833

(979) 251-8114

Hours of Operation

Thursday 10:00 - 2:00

Friday  10:00 - 2:00

Saturday 9:00-5:00

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Chappell Hill Lavender Farm

2250 Dillard Rd.

Brenham, Texas 77833

(979) 251-8114

Hours of Operation

Thursday 10:00 - 2:00

Friday 10:00 - 2:00

Saturday  9:00 - 5:00

Sunday 11:00 - 4:00

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