Lavender Pond Farm

Killingworth, CT

In February of 2014, we were fortunate to acquire the property that is now Lavender Pond Farm. Encompassing nearly 25 glorious acres with beautiful fields, expansive outbuildings and the freshest, fresh water pond we’ve ever seen, it was a dream come true for our family.We broke ground in June of 2014 and with an initial planting of 9000 lavender plants, haven’t looked back.

Farm Products:

 All kinds of lavender goodness including soaps, lotions, pet products, pillows, sachets and much more. We also have live plants to sell and fresh and dried lavender bunches and buds for you to take home.

Owner:
Mailing Address:

318 Roast Meat Hill Road, Killingworth, CT

Farm Location:

318 Roast Meat Hill Road, Killingworth, CT

Phone:

(203) 350-0367

Email:

info@lavenderpondfarm.com

Website:

lavenderpondfarm.com

Open:
Saturday and Sunday.
Hours:
11am to 6pm.
Directions:

Following  I-95 North to Exit 63, turn left off the exit and left again at the traffic light onto CT-81N. Follow 81N for 5 miles. At the traffic circle take the first exit onto CT-80E. Follow 80E for 1 mile. Turn left onto Roast Meat Hill Road. Lavender Pond Farm is .8 of a mile on the left.

What’s Growing:

We currently have approximately 9000 plants in our first field. They represent both Lavandula angustifolia (often referred to as English lavender) as we as Lavandula x intermedia or lavandin. Our current plantings include Grosso, Munstead, Edelweiss, Hidcote Giant, Phenomenal and Provence.

Special Information:

The best time to visit is really anytime. Lavender typically starts it bloom in June and can last into August. Some of our varieties will have a second bloom in late summer and into late fall. Last year we had color in our fields into early October.

RiverCOG
145 Dennison Road, Essex, CT 06426

Phone: (860) 581-8554
Email: info@rivercog.org

This website had been produced with an Agriculture Viability Grant made available through the Connecticut Department of Agriculture.
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