Our Lavender Market is open every Saturday, Sunday & Monday 10 - 5. After evaluating our lavender field it has been determined that we have lost our more tender Intermedia (Grosso) lavender that blooms in July as a result of our frigid cold winter. It is because of this reason that we will not be able to offer our usual U-Pick lavender bouquets this year. Our plan at this point is to replace some of the Intermedia and introduce a hardier variety in its place to rebuild our U-pick in the future. We will have dried lavender bouquets available to purchase in the Lavender Market.

You can find Lockwood Lavender Farm products in these retail locations. Like us on Facebook and receive up to date information on what's happening on the farm. You can find more information about the 2014 Finger Lakes Lavender Festival here.

Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Closed on Saturday, June 28th and reopen on Sunday, June 29th.

Lockwood Lavender Farm will be closed on Saturday, June 28th for a special event.  We will reopen on Sunday, June 29th.


Saturday, May 24, 2014

Celebrating 150 Years in Farming!

Celebrating 150 Years in Farming! Great-Great Grandpa & Great-Great Grandma Lockwood and 3 other generations would be proud that we are carrying on our family tradition of farming. Take a drive out to the country we are open Saturday, Sunday and Monday 10 - 5.


Monday, May 19, 2014

Lavender Winter Damage and changes to the Finger Lakes Lavender Festival.

After evaluating our lavender field it has been determined that we have lost our more tender Intermedia (Grosso) lavender that blooms in July as a result of our frigid cold winter.  It is because of this reason that we will not be able to offer our usual U-Pick lavender bouquets this year.  Our plan at this point is to replace some of the Intermedia and introduce a hardier variety in its place to rebuild our U-pick in the future. 

An additional feature of the 2014 Finger Lakes Lavender Festival will be a celebration of our farm’s 150th birthday at Lockwood Lavender Farm.  This FREE event offers a day of presentations, crafts, artisans, culinary delights and the Lavender Market.   Make sure you take time to sign our birthday card. 

The United States Lavender Growers Association has reported this year’s harsh winter has affected growers across the country with great loss that will affect this year’s harvest.  In our 13 years growing lavender we have not experience such a loss as this year.  Check our website for information about the Finger Lakes Lavender Festival.    www.fingerlakeslavenderfestival.blogspot.com

We want to thank you in advance for your continued support to our family farm.  

Tuesday, May 6, 2014

Lavender Plant Sale

Lockwood Lavender Farm 
presents 
Lavender Plant Sale to Benefit the
Skaneateles Ambulance Volunteer Emergency Service
Saturday, June 7th
10:00am
Quantity is Limited

Lockwood Lavender Farm will be selling (cash or check) Lavender ‘Phenomenal’ plants while the supply last for $5.00 each to benefit Skaneateles Ambulance Volunteer Emergency Service (SAVES).  
Our lavender market will also be open for the season every Saturday, Sunday and Monday from 10 – 5.

Lavendula x intermedia ‘Phenomenal’ is a hardy lavender that tolerates extreme heat and humidity, and is resistant to common root and foliar diseases. Both ornamental and edible, 'Phenomenal' is a deer-proof variety that can be enjoyed in the garden and in the home year-round. An incredibly hardy variety with mounding, uniform, silver foliage, and exceptional blooms and named a 'Must-Grow Perennials' for 2013 by Better Homes & gardens.


· Join Stephanie Whitehouse, a representative from Peace Tree Farm the developer and introducer of ‘Phenomenal’ lavender variety. 
Saturday, June 7th 

 10:00

 Learn about the benefits of lavender, how to care for your lavender in the garden, and fun uses of lavender in the home.

SAVES is a not for profit ambulance service that relies on donations.   Serving Skaneateles and surrounding area with transporting medical assistance.


Directions to Lockwood Lavender Farm:  From the village of Skaneateles take Kane Road/41A.  Continue south on West Lake Road/41A 6.8 miles.  Pass the hamlet of Mandana, we are the first farm past fire lane 50 on the left hand side.
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