organic lavender farm helping hands

Enjoy blooms and bounty, make memories and soak up the serenity of our space

Our Farm Stand is open to the public from May through mid-September.

Visit the Farm

U-Pick Lavender

Due to extreme weather conditions lavender bloom will be limited and late.  Please check in for status by calling or emailing us.

Pick fresh bundles in blooming lavender fields. True lavenders bloom first, enjoy the sweet smelling blossoms beginning mid June. Beginning July, enjoy the invigorating blooms of the lavandins; tall blooming camphor smelling stems which are great for dried bundles and potpourri in your home. Due to crop damage from extreme weather conditions our bloom for 2021 is limited and late.  If coming to the farm for lavender, please call before coming to farm to check status of the bloom.

Mid-June through Mid-July
Friday-Saturday 10:00 am to 4:00 pm

  • wear comfortable shoes, you will experience uneven terrain
  • baskets and scissors provided
  • beat the heat and schedule early

Large groups welcome, please schedule by calling 970.623.9556 or contacting us via our Contact form.

U-Pick Sweet Cherries

Due to extreme weather conditions we will have no cherry crop for 2021

Pick fresh, organic sweet cherries. First variety available will be Bing Sweet Cherries, followed by Rainer cherries. Our staff will be available to ensure you have a great experience and help you be efficient in picking your cherries.

Mid-June through Mid-July – lost all fruit due to spring freeze. hopefully see you in 2021.

wear comfortable shoes, you will experience uneven terrain

  • bring your own boxes or containers or we will offer containers at a small charge
  • beat the heat and come early

Large groups welcome, please schedule by calling 970.623.9556 or contacting us via our Contact form.

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Bruschetta

Lavender Farm Festival – See our revised schedule here!

Admission $ 3 for kids 6 and up; $5 for adults

Visit our farm on Sunday during the annual Colorado Lavender Festival weekend. Get creative at our craft tent, take a sensory tour and learn all about lavender, shop our farm stand and plant nursery, and more! Entrance ticket required.

last Sunday in June
9:30 am – 4:00 pm

  • Crafting Demos: Make your own lavender heart, wand, basket or swag
  • Scavenger Hunt for Kids & Adults
  • Experience the Five Senses Sensory Tour
  • Shop our Lavender Shoppe
  • Lavender Bloom is limited this year. U Pick lavender will not be available due to extreme weather conditions last fall.

Purchase your tickets ahead of time for Wreath Making, and Braided Heart craft.

Getting Here

From Downtown Palisade: Go East on Highway 6, turn right on 38 Road. Follow main roads until you come to 35 1/2 and E Road, turn left on E Road (heading East). First right on dirt road, Look for farm sign. 3555 E Road.

From Denver: Take Exit 44, follow Highway 6 to 38 Road, take left (East Orchard Mesa). Follow main roads until you come to 35 1/2 and and E Road, turn left on E Road (heading East). First right on dirt road, Look for farm sign. 3555 E Road.

From Grand Junction, Fruita, Utah: Take Exit 42, head south on Elberta Ave. to Highway 6, turn left. Turn right on 38 Road (East Orchard Mesa). Follow main roads until you come to 35 1/2 and and E Road, turn left on E Road (heading East). First right on dirt road, Look for farm sign. 3555 E Road.

From Clifton/River Parkway: Head South on Highway 141 (or 32 Road). Turn left on C1/2 Road (takes you on to East Orchard Mesa). Follow main roads until you come to 35 1/2 and E Road, turn right on E Road (heading East). First right on dirt road, Look for farm sign. 3555 E Road.