The Tulip, Daffodil, and Lavender festivals were an absolute delight this year. They’re three-state classics that mark spring and summer and start to get everyone out of the house. But the blooms don’t end there, because you can enjoy lavender all summer long in Sequim.

You can pick lavender in Sequim nearly all summer long but the picking centers around Sequim Lavender Festival. The main festival weekend actually just passed, happening from the 15th to the 17th. But there’s always next year’s festival if you missed this year. Or you can head to Sequim and visit the many farms that are still growing.

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There are several farms that you can visit right now all the way until the start of November. At these farms, you can enjoy tours, u-pick, or simply buy lavender directly from farmers. Each farm is a bit of a different experience and has different offerings. So you might as well make a day of it and plan to visit a few farms to get the best of what Sequim has to offer.

If you’d like to learn more about what each farm is offering you can visit Sequim’s website. Have fun out there folks!