Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Visiting A Cape Cod Lavendar Farm

Have you ever been to a lavender farm?  Did you even know that lavender farms existed?  I sure didn't until I came across this article and knew I needed to see this place for myself.  It just sounded so pretty and relaxing so this weekend I convinced my mom to go check it out.


The Cape Cod Lavender Farm is in Harwich and while not easy to find it is a unique and serene place to visit.  While it is 20 acres of land we only visited/walked around in a small area.  You can pick your own lavender or pick some up that the family picked that morning.  The little shop smelled amazing and immediately made me want a massage!
 


There were several birdhouses on the farm but I didn't see too many birds during our visit - plenty of bumble bees though!



Visiting a lavender farm isn't something I would do everyday but it was nice to visit and see other side of Cape Cod.  There are so many corners of The Cape to explore and I'm always amazed with the natural beauty.


11 comments:

  1. The lavender looks so pretty and vibrant in your photos! I'll have to try finding the farm next time I'm down the Cape!

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  2. I didn't even know lavender farms existed. So cool to take a quick trip out to see it.

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  3. Looks so pretty! My mom and I were going to visit one when I was in Oregon, but the weather didn't cooperate. I heard they smell amazing, I've been thinking about putting a lavender plant or some other smell goods next to the front door so we always get a nice whiff when we come or go.

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  4. I am 100% doing this during my trip to Chatham in August!!!

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  5. Stunning photos. Looks like a great place.

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  6. Goodness, I'm sure that place smells HEAVENLY!!!!!!!!

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  7. Beautiful pictures! My next visit to see you I want to go to Cape Cod!! :)

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  8. This sounds very relaxing!! Visiting a lavender farm is on my "I want to " list, ever since we met a woman at the farmers market selling it. Looks like a nice visit.

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  9. Who knew such a place existed?? But it sure is beautiful!

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