B O O K S I G N I N G S
hosted by several Sequim lavender farms
are coming up in June & July 2019
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BUY LOCALLY IN THE SEQUIM - PORT ANGELES AREA:
(listed from east to west)
Sequim Visitor Information Center
The Co-op Farm & Garden
Purple Haze Lavender Farm
Nash's Farm Store
Jardin du Soleil Lavender Farm
Dungeness Valley Creamery
Nelson's Duckpond & Lavender Farm
Sunny Farms Country Store
The Old Post Office Sweets & Gifts
Washington Lavender Farm
Olympic Cellars Winery
Port Book & News
Airport Garden Center
192 E Washington St, Sequim
216 E Washington St, Sequim
127 W Washington St, Sequim
4681 Sequim-Dungeness Way
3932 Sequim-Dungeness Way
1915 Towne Rd, Sequim
73 Humble Hill Rd (off Hooker Rd)
261461 US-101, Carlsborg
751 Carlsborg Rd, Carlsborg
965 Finn Hall Rd, Agnew
255410 US-101, between Sequim-P.A.
114 W Front St, Port Angeles
104 E 1st St, Port Angeles
2200 W Edgewood Dr, Port Angeles
The lavender of sequim
Twenty years ago, eight lavender pioneers in the small town of Sequim, Washington, inspired a wave of lavender farming that rolled from coast to coast.
Today, Sequim is home to a unique and spectacular cluster of at least twenty lavender farms. The town is known around the world as the Lavender Capital of North America, and is often called America's Provence.
sun-swept lavender fields
Each year, the sunny fields of Sequim pull on weary and curious spirits, drawing many thousands of national and international visitors.
This haven sits quietly in the rainshadow of the Olympic Mountains, on the north coast of Washington State. It's a dry spot halfway between drizzly Seattle and soggy Forks. And the town is a sweet home base for exploring Olympic National Park.