$10 for Five Pick-Your-Own Lavender Bouquets at Mountainside Lavender in Hillsboro ($20 Value)

Beaverton-Hillsboro

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Customers gather five bouquets of more than 100 stems from 20 varieties of pink, white, and purple shades of lavender dotting mountainside

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Promotional value expires Aug 13, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Be mindful of seasonal variation; full-blooming season begins in late June. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Mountainside Lavender - Beaverton-Hillsboro: $10 for Five Pick-Your-Own Lavender Bouquets at Mountainside Lavender in Hillsboro ($20 Value)

Flowers are a symbol of life, along with chicks hatching from eggs and babies crawling away from cliff edges. See the world in bloom with this Groupon.

$10 for Five Pick-Your-Own Lavender Bouquets ($20 value)

The farm’s fields of french and english lavender are open for the picking Tuesday through Sunday from 10 a.m –6 p.m. Guests who visit during the Oregon Lavender Festival July 14 –15 will be able to experience lavender-craft demonstrations, live music, and lavender-inspired food and products.

Mountainside Lavender

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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213 Ratings

Year after year, very happy, helpful and they make the visit relaxing and enjoyable. They are informative, not pushy and always give great instructions on their pick your own lavender. Their festival is the best! They are welcoming to the grouponers too, which is very appreciative! Thank you, I will be back and do usually make a point to take others too, sometimes neighbors, sometimes tourists.
Kimberlie A. · September 21, 2013
Beautiful farm and really nice lavender
Brianne F. · August 5, 2013
Lavender was all out of bloom so they honored our groupon for next year. I was impressed with this.
Lisa B. · August 5, 2013

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