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Lavender has become the farm's signature since our first block of 500 Munstead Lavender planted in 1987. Our first harvest was in 1988 and filled two wheelbarrows! We currently specialize in cultivating Sweet Lavender varieties (Lavandula angustifolia) for its scent and taste. Late blooming Lavender includes the True Spike Lavender (L. latifolia) and the new hybrid Lavadins (L. x intermedias). Each July we watch the emerging hues of blue, mauve and purple as Lavender Harvest time approaches once more. And the fragrance ~ Lavender Lovers come explore our site!
The easiest way to get to Happy Valley Lavender:
From the Trans-Canada Highway (Hwy 1) take Veterans Memorial Parkway (Exit 14) towards Langford. Follow the Parkway all the way to its end where it meets Latoria Road. Turn right on Latoria and follow it to its end where it meets Happy Valley Road. Turn right on Happy Valley and watch for the Lavender coloured fence with a green mailbox & 3505 on the side tree. The property has a very tall cedar hedge running parallel to the road.