3883 Petaluma Hill Road
Santa Rosa, CA 95404
Description

Lavender bloom season is here! Lavender Daze (our bloom season) happen on most weekend days from May 21 through July 10, 10 AM to 4 PM. Tickets are required for farm entry, $20 per person over 12, children 12 and under free. You can buy tickets here. We’ll have live music on all of our open-farm days, from jazz to bluegrass, acoustic vocals to rock, blues, and ragtime. Music from noon to 3 PM. Come on out and enjoy the relaxing fragrance of lavender, a peaceful atmosphere, and wonderful live music. Dino’s Greek Food Truck will be on site on May 22, May 29, June 5, July 3, July 9 and July 10. Otherwise, bring a picnic to enjoy! Click this link for more information about Lavender Daze and our live music schedule.

Our farm is located at the foot of Taylor Mountain on the Santa Rosa Plain. Our CCOF-Certified Organic acreage provides a home for thousands of native bees and honeybees, cut flowers of many varieties, a lavender labyrinth, several acres of lavender for oil production, and a tree nursery for pollinator-friendly trees. We practice regenerative farming that helps rebuild ecosystems from the soil up, creating habitat for native pollinators, birds, wetland residents and yes, even humans.

Visit Bees N Blooms to fix any “nature deficit disorder” you may be experiencing from spending too much time indoors. Come and walk the lavender labyrinth—the largest labyrinth in California—providing plenty of opportunities to slow down and enjoy a lavender-filled meditative journey to the center. Watch busy pollinators at work on nearly 100 different varieties of flowers, visit the ducks and geese, see the bee tree, and check out the farm stand to take home beautiful organic flowers, delicious honey, healthy produce, and more!

We are open on weekend days for the lavender bloom season, May 21 through July 10, from 10am to 4pm. Advance reservations are required for entry.

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Bees N Blooms

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