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Linda G.
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Report | 2 years ago
Seems to be a great place to go and enjoy getting outside and enjoying the beauty of Oregon. The folks there couldn't have been nicer.
Martye H.
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Report | 2 years ago
Earlier deadline would have been better for picking the lavender!
Polly J.
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Report | 2 years ago
By the time I went to Mountainside, the lavender harvest was at the end of the season. They have graciously given me a voucher for next year.
Brianne F.
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Report | 2 years ago
Beautiful farm and really nice lavender
Valerie M.
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Report | 2 years ago
We'll be back!
Andrew S.
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Report | 2 years ago
Beautiful farm & wonderful people. Highly recommended.
Wendy M.
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Report | 2 years ago
We went today. It was a lovely drive out there. Even though the lavender was over we were able to get one bunch and a certificate to get the rest next year which is fine. We will go early July next year.
Kim P.
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Report | 2 years ago
Due to the warm weather, the lavender will be done early. Upon arrival we were given the option of picking our bouquets this year or getting a voucher for next year. Wonderful customer service!
Terrie H.
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Report | 2 years ago
loved my afternoon at the farm. i will be back in sept to but some plants. thanks!
Ruriko D.
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Report | 2 years ago
Lavender season was over when I went there. That was a little disappointed. Now the lavender garden was not beautiful. But I liked this deal though.
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Come late July, plumes of lavender-scented steam arise from Mountainside Lavender’s still and drift through the cool mountain air. As the season winds down, the farm’s experts set to work extracting the essential oils from their crop via the millennia-old practice of steam distillation. With more than 20 varieties of french and english lavender dotting the side of Chehalem Mountain, farmers have more than enough buds to choose from for their small batches of oil, which many prize for its calming effects. What doesn’t end up bottled may debut in the farm’s selection of handmade soaps, massage oils, and eye pillows.

In addition to incorporating the potent herb into therapeutic goods, farmers open their fields to visitors, who can gather bunches of english and french lavender varietals that burst into purple, pink, and white blooms. They also welcome guests to pause from plucking, smelling, or explaining the concept of private property to bumblebees so they can savor a picnic lunch while soaking up views of Mount Hood and Saint Helens.

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