Our Farm & Lavender Market is open June and July every Saturday, Sunday and Monday from 10 - 5. 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 2017 Finger Lakes Lavender Festival. We do not sell Plants.

Thursday, October 7, 2010

Ithaca is Gorges!

Ithaca is located in the Central Finger Lakes Region of New York State at the southern tip of 40-mile-long Cayuga Lake and the home of Ivy League Cornell University, four State Parks, including Taughannock Falls, a waterfall with a higher vertical drop than Niagara Falls.

Five hundred generations ago, glaciers a mile high surrendered to a landscape of crystal lakes, jagged gorges and thundering waterfalls. Today the view is green with vineyards and farms. It's lush with gentle hills and  lively with villages and energized by people who love the sights, sounds and flavors of a region still unspoiled.

Our first stop is the Ithaca Farmers Market. 
A trip to the farmers market is like heaven to us.
Everything is locally grown and oh so delicious!

Just Desserts offers artisan breads, flatbreads from the wood fired oven, croissant, pain au chocolate. Brioche, brownies, cookies, muffins.  They make the best flat crust pizza's.


You can find locally grown vegetables, herbs and fruit.






Tiohero Tours offers daily historical narrated tours on Cayuga Lake originating from the Ithaca Farmers Market at Steamboat Landing.


Artist from the surrounding area show their beautiful work.








You can find beautiful in season flowers for a reasonable price.



Off to the Ithaca Apple Festival!  Yummmmmm!

The Festival is a weekend celebration of food, fun and the fall. The three-day Apple Harvest Festival attracts an audience of around 30,000 people to Downtown Ithaca and takes place the first weekend in October. The festival features over 150 individual performers as part of at least 20 groups of entertainment. The event has farmers, wineries, bakeries, crafters, food vendors, an apple pie eating competition, apples, apples and more apples. Activities include music, dancing, eating, education, amusement rides, Iron Chef event, craft-fair and street performers.

Locally grown apples.

  Oh the food!


What a great turnout!

So much fun...dancing in the streets!


Did you know their is a Roller Derby Team in Ithaca for both men and women?  Check out their web site.
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Go Big Red!  Gary's alma mater, Cornell University was serving free applesauce.


What a beautiful fall day in New York!

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