Sauvie Island Lavender Farm

  (Portland, Oregon)
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This Weekend at Sauvie Island Lavender Farm

Sunday Sale at Sauvie Island Lavender Farm

The lavender is growing so fast!  Our Folgate lavender (an early bloomer) has sprouted some gorgeous purple buds.  We are only a week or so away from offering u-cut lavender to you.  Here is what’s happening on the farm this week!   

Visit us this Sunday (June 7th, 2009) and get 20 percent off your purchase of our beautiful china tea cup lavender soy candles.  Regular price is $19.95.  Discount price is $15.96.

Also on sale this Sunday are our popular curly willow bunches.  These are great for any indoor or outdoor décor.  Buy one and get a second one for half price.  That is a $4.00 savings.

Our last item on sale this Sunday is our small bouquet of dried flowers.  Each colorful bouquet has statis, salvia, and lavender.  It will brighten any room in the house or make the perfect hostess gift.  Sale price: $3.95


We have created a superb new soap blend on the farm and it is available to purchase this weekend.  It is a silky smooth glycerin soap with cinnamon spice, and essential oils from lavender and Clary sage.

What only eats Mulberry leaves, molts four times in it life, and provides the world with the finest of textiles?  Silk worms of course.  We raise several dozen each year.  They are on display now at the farm. 

Our NEW HWY 30 BLUE DIRECTIONAL SIGN was erected this week and is easy see when you are coming from Portland!  Check it out.


We are open Tuesday – Sunday, 10am-5pm


After you cross the Sauvie Island Bridge just follow the yellow and purple LAVENDER FARM signs.  We are 3.5 miles from the bridge on NW Sauvie Island Road.

See you at the Farm!



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