Frequently Asked Questions

We are open everyday May through September 9 a.m to 5 p.m.

 The best time to see lavender in bloom and in the fields is mid-June (when the English lavenders start to bloom) through late July (when the French lavenders end their bloom).  The Sequim Lavender Festival is always the third weekend in July.  The festival is extremely busy.  To avoid crowds we feel the best time to visit any of the Sequim farms is late June through early July.

Additionally, if you visit before or after blooms you will see lavender drying and being processed in our 100 year old barn.  We offer free tours continuously throughout each day of our season.

Our farm is 12 acres in size. We farm 14,000 lavender plants of 16 different varieties. We have the largest lavender farm in Sequim with plenty of room to run and explore.  

Our farm is low key by nature.  We have U-Cut when lavender is in bloom and free educational tours that happen continuously throughout each day when we are open.  Visitors are welcome to walk around, take photos, ask questions, and relax.  

We work very hard and need time with our children and families.  Therefore we respectfully ask that you do not visit our farm outside of our posted hours.  If you would like to do a photo shoot after hours please contact us at info@bbfamilyfarm.com  There is a fee for after hours photo shoots and are allowed as our schedule permits.  

Possibly.  Contact us at info@bbfamilyfarm.com and tell us a little more (time, number of guests etc.) and we can go from there.  We have had excellent events at our farm, including weddings, but we like to know more before we commit.