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 far
Farm & Gift Shop
CLOSED Memorial Day
For Lavender Cutting or Fruit Picking, please check the "Blooming Update" tab.
The Farm & Gift Shop Are Open
After March 4th, the farm will be open for our regular days and hours:
Thursday / Friday 10:00 - 2:00
Saturday 9:00 - 5:00
Sunday 11:00 - 4:00
Holiday Hours Vary - Check website for details
Join us as we reopen for our 2023 season the first weekend in March. Beginning March 4th, the farm and gift shop will be open for our normal hours. Each week we get in new, fresh, healthy plants! Not to worry, we also provide growing and care instructions with each plant that we sell. Our staff is also very knowledgeable regarding our plants and they will be happy to answer any questions that you might have to help you take care of your new plant.
New Varieties of Plants Each Week
We try to carry a variety of different lavender plants each week. We still rely on our old "favorites" but there are many other varieties that are beautiful and easy to grow.
Right now, we are getting more new plants in each week. Hurry out while supplies last!
New Fields In Progress
Due to the excessive freeze in December, we lost all of our Sweet variety of plants. We will replant those in late March or early April. The Provence seemed to do better and we will only need to replace a few of those. They grow fairly quickly so it won't take long before we have blooms again.
New at the Farm!
Two years ago, we added a 20 X 24 foot deck on the side of our gift shop. Eventually, we plan to cover the deck. We are currently using the deck for our educational seminars and classes. When not being used for events, our visitors are welcome to sit a spell or enjoy a cool glass of lemonade while they visit our friendly goats. Please check our new Event Calendar to stay up to date on what activities are planned for the 2022 spring season!
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Lavender & Fruit Update
Click on the "Blooming Update" tab at the top of this page to get the latest news on the lavender and fruit harvests.
Relax and Enjoy!
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.
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.
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Check out our famous cookie recipe in the recent issue of Texas Highways
TREAT YOURSELF TO THE FINEST LAVENDER
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Lavender Blooming Update
May 15, 2023
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...
Take a Tour of the Farm
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.