Kansas April 02, 2019
Take This Road Trip To The 6 Most Eye-Popping Lavender Fields In Kansas
You may not be aware, but there are a number of lavender fields in Kansas. They are a stunning view throughout the summer and late spring, not to mention the relaxing smell they let off. Visit earlier to enjoy the view, or come near harvest to enjoy products made with local lavender. They’re all ready to bloom this summer, so get to planning that trip! Let’s see who’s on the list.
We've listed all of our favorite lavender farms in Kansas in this road trip for everything lavender. You can start this trip at any point during the circle, and it will bring you back to your original location by the time it's over. Let's go!
Grab your calendars, and start planning for the trip of the summer.
The Lavender Patch Farm - Fort Scott
Starting in Fort Scott, our first item on this list has been in operation since 2012. They're planning on hosting a lavender festival on June 15, 2019, which is full of fun and plenty of purple.
Washington Creek Lavender - Lawrence
A little closer to larger cities and more dining options, Washington Creek is another great choice for anyone who loves lavender, the color purple, and shopping at small businesses. They make plenty of lavender products, and their 6,000+ lavender plants are enough to create all sorts of things.
Kansas Lavender - Topeka
Next up, in Topeka, you can find another field of violet hiding out at the Ingwersons farm. They grow eight varieties, and there are plenty of homemade products here to choose from as well. I think you'll find plenty of unique gift ideas during this trip!
Prairie Lavender Farm - Bennington
Next up, probably one of the largest lavender farms in Kansas, is Prairie Lavender. They've been here since 2002, and grow 12 varieties of lavender spread over 3,000 plants. They also make homemade products like wreaths, lotion, linen spray, and even honey. The more the merrier, right?
Morford Lavender Farm - Kanopolis
Next up, in Kanopolis, is Morford Lavender Farm. Your home is sure to smell wonderful after all the lavender farms you've visited and bought products from, that's for sure. Morford is another charming farm with quality products, as well as hybrid lavender plants they're experimenting with. The results may smell slightly different, but definitely in a good way. We can't wait!
Gertie's Lavender Farm - Burrton
Last but not least in our trip is Gertie's, a farm in Burrton that also has a lavender festival on June 15, 2019. Two festivals in the same day sounds great to me! If you can manage to attend both, the results are sure to be extra fragrant.
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To get your beautiful flower fix during the spring, you’ll want to
check out this spot where every color of the rainbow grows.