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Texas' first lavender farm is truly a treat for the senses with panoramic views, live oak trees, and more than 2,500 lavender plants.

Activities 2017

 2017 Farm Season Opening May 26th - July 2nd

Friday, Saturday 10 -4 & Sunday 12-4

BLOOM REPORT 2017: Due to the very warm winter; our Provence Lavender Plants are not blooming this year. We have a few Sweet plants that are very pretty and you can take photos with.  We will NOT be offering cut your own lavender this season.

DURING THE WEEK: Visit us at Brieger Pottery for a full line of our products.


13th Annual Blanco Lavender Festival

JUNE FRIDAY 9th - SUNDAY 11th 2017

An enjoyable weekend, with several local farms participating. Come visit Hill Country Lavender and enjoy lavender, talks about lavender, and sip ice cold lemonade, under the live oak tree in the lavender field.  For more information on the other farms and events around the Old Blanco County Courthouse Square: www.blancolavenderfest.com

Festival Weekend Activities:

FRIDAY --
10 am - 4 pm -- Enjoy the Farm and shop our lavender gift store.

12 pm - 1 pm -- “History of Hill Country Lavender and Growing Lavender in the Texas Hill Country” - we will be talking about how I came to own the lavender farm and what I have learned during my 8 years of owning it. you can ask me about growing lavender for pleasure.

10 am - 3 pm -- Enjoy a relaxing massage in the lavender field by our wonderful massage therapist Teresa Lyles (charges by the min.) http://kundaconscious.com

SATURDAY --
9 am - 5 pm -- Enjoy the Farm and shop our lavender gift store.

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12 pm - 1 pm -- She boosted the profile of Blanco, by making it the Lavender Capital of Texas. Now she’s doing the same for women her own age, by giving them a voice, an outlet and a fun spot of their own online. Jeannie Ralston, the original owner of Hill Country Lavender and one of the founders of the Blanco Lavender Fest, has started a digital magazine, NextTribe.com, that caters to spirited women who want to AGE BOLDLY. Jeannie will be at Hill Country Lavender during the Blanco Lavender Fest to speak about her years as a lavender farmer; her memoir, The Unlikely Lavender Queen; and her newest adventure, NextTribe.com.

1 pm - 2 pm -- “Here’s What I’ve Learned” - meet hill country lavender’s owner and be able to ask her about growing lavender for pleasure.

10 am - 3 pm -- Enjoy a relaxing massage in the lavender field by our wonderful massage therapist Teresa Lyles (charges by the min.) http://kundaconscious.com

SUNDAY --
10 am - 4 pm -- Enjoy the Farm and shop our lavender gift store.

1 pm - 2 pm -- “History of Hill Country Lavender and Growing Lavender in the Texas Hill Country” - we will be talking about how I came to own the lavender farm and what I have learned during my 8 years of owning it. you can ask me about growing lavender for pleasure.

11 am - 3 pm -- Enjoy a relaxing massage in the lavender field by our wonderful massage therapist Teresa Lyles (charges by the min.) http://kundaconscious.com

Cool off with our fabulous Homemade Lavender Lemonade and Lavender Cookies.


Lavender Talks

Lunches are served under the beautiful large live oak in the top part of the field, with wonderful views of the lavender fields and the surrounding Hill Country.

We offer lunches for groups upon request. (One week notice required.) The lunches includes a sandwich, chips, cookie, bottled water and lavender lemonade. We charge $15.00 per person for the lunches and $20.00 per person if you would like lunch and a talk by the owner, about the history of Hill Country Lavender and how to grow lavender in your own yard. OFFERED THRU OUT THE LAVENDER SEASON (excluding Lavender Festival Weekend). For reservation email us at info@hillcountrylavender.com