The blooming lavender farms in Texas are an amazing sight to see and make up some of the best flower farms in Texas!
Typically blooming in late spring and summer, the lavender fields across the state offer the amazing scent of flowers in the air, gorgeous picnic areas, fun festivals, walking paths through the rows, lively festivals, and often U-pick opportunities.
While perhaps far from the rolling hills of Provence, France, there are endless options for choosing which farm to visit. I have listed some of my favorite options for Texas lavender fields near you by geographic location below.
At the time of publishing, January 2023, all information listed below is current. However, please double check the websites for admission hours before making a drive as climate often makes a change to farm calendars and events!
Lavender Farms near Texas Hill Country
Hill Country Lavender Farm
- Website: https://www.hillcountrylavender.com/
- Admission: Thursday – Saturday, 10am-4pm
- Location: 8241 Farm to Market 165, Blanco, Texas (45 minutes from Austin)
Checking out this Texas lavender farm is one of the best things to do in Austin’s lovely Hill Country. Located in the town of Blanco, Hill Country Lavender Farm has 2000 lavender plants and is typically open from April to August.
Visit for a picnic, stroll through the fields, browse the shop, and if the crop is hearty, you can U-pick your own lavender too! The shop sells plenty of personal care products along with lavender seed sachets.
This small, but sweet farm, is located right next to a peach orchard, so plan to grab some peaches for the road while you are at it.
Blanco hosts the annual lavender festival the first weekend of June and this is the perfect time to visit this farm, but expect plenty of crowds and leave your furry friends at home during the festival.
Cypress Creek Lavender
- Website: https://www.cypresscreeklavender.com/
- Admission: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday 10:00am – 6:00pm; Sunday 12pm-4pm, Closed on Wednesdays; Farm Tours by reservation only
- Location: 107 Oak Drive, Wimberley, TX 78676 (45 minutes from Austin + 1 hour from San Antonio)
Located in the heart of Texas Hill Country in Wimberley, Cypress Creek Lavender is a true gem. This Texas lavender farm also offers visits with the sweetest animals, but they do require reservations for tours, so contact them to schedule a personal visit.
They sell everything from after sun spray to dog shampoo on their website so you can pick up their products without a visit if need be.
Luling Lavender Fields
- Website: https://www.lulinglavenderfields.com/
- Admission: Everyday from 10am – 5pm
- Location: 5 Arrow Lane, Luling, Texas 78648 (45 minutes from Austin)
Lavender ice cream and soda?! These few words should have you planning a trip to Luling Lavender Farm as soon as their plants bloom! With history as special as their menu items, this farm is located on the corner of a multi-generational cattle ranch. They are open year round and you can check their website for the best bloom updates.
Their beautiful on-site gift shop is on trend with its shipping container walls and gorgeous aesthetic. After strolling through the flower rows and relaxing under the oak trees, pop in here for some plants to add to your own garden or the adorable Texas shaped soap that I am dying to pick up for myself.
- Website: https://www.beckervineyards.com/
- Admission: Monday – Thursday 10am – 5pm; Friday – Saturday 10am – 6pm; Sunday 12pm – 6pm
- Location: 464 Becker Farms Road, Stonewall, Texas 78671 (1.5 hours from Austin)
How about some wine with your lavender? The lavender fields at Becket Vineyards began their story in 1998 and now make up 500 gorgeous plants on the property. The scenery of the lavender fields make this winery a great stop! Visitors can stroll through the gardens or simply take in the view while they enjoy their wine under the pavilion. Their varieties of lavender tend to be in bloom in April and May.
Becker Vineyards offers private and group wine tastings, many seasonal festivals (including their Lavender Festival in May), and complimentary general tours a few times per day. They sell their lavender products in the tasting room along with other delicious options like their grape seed scrub. This is one of the most beautiful lavender farms in Texas!
Rough Creek Ranch and Lavender Fields
- Website: https://www.roughcreeklavender.com/
- Admission: TBD
- Location: 401 Burnett Ranch Rd, PO Box 2244, Wimberley, TX 78676
Rough Creek is a working horse ranch and offer visitors the opportunity to slow down and enjoy a simpler way of life when visiting its ranch and lavender fields. They have thousands of plants that tend to bloom in June making their fields some of the best to walk through. You can also clip your own bunches to take home too!
If you happen to stop by their store for some bath salts or an eye mask, you’ll also be pleased to discover a line of products for your furry friends too! Their dog shampoo will leave your pet smelling amazing!
Rockin’ H Lavender Farm
- Website: https://rockinhlavenderfarm.com/
- Admission: with booked lodging only
- Location: 1448 CR 121, Santa Anna, Texas 76878 (3 hours NW Austin; between Austin + Dallas)
Rockin’ H is a unique spot on our list due to the fact that you only get to enjoy it if you stay there! So it’ll take you some extra effort, but if you are looking for a little getaway, pull up a purple Adirondack chair – you won’t be disappointed!
Rockin’ H offers private casitas that are incredibly clean, have stunning views, cookies in the evening and delicious breakfast in the morning. The swimming pool, pavilion, outdoor grills, and lavender fields are icing on the cake.
Xanadu Acres Lavender Farm
- Website: https://xanaduacres.com/
- Admission: Monday – Friday, By Appointment Only
- Location: 127 County Road 549, Mullin, Texas 76864
The sweet little farm requires a reservation to visit, but you’ll find it worth your while after meeting the farm animals, and learning about the farm from the owners. They are happy to answer any questions that you may have about the plants and will give you tips on planting your own thriving lavender at home. They also handmake several products that are sold on-site as well as at local markets.
Bird Song Lavender Farm
- Website: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100064725786761
- Admission: Market Days, see Facebook Page for Schedule
- Location: Varies
If you need high-quality lavender products more than you need to tour a farm and cut your own flowers, then you might want to check out Bird Song Lavender Farm. Customers rave about the quality of the lotions and oils purchased from this farm and are always coming back for more!
You can also purchase your own plants to take home along with detailed recommendations to help even the blackest thumb to succeed!
Their Facebook page will keep you up to date on where you can meet them. Markets pop up in Belton, Temple, Waco, and Salado – just look for their purple and white striped booth.
- Website: https://laceyfarms.com/
- Admission: By appointment only
- Location: Burton, Texas; online shop
Lacey Farms is one of the few farms on this list that is not set up for visits. HOWEVER, they do sell their incredible products at many shops in Texas, both big and small, and they also have an online shop. Everything they sell has their lavender as an ingredient and was produced locally on their farm. The Lavender Foaming Sugar Scrub looks incredible!
Also, hot tip, if you are wedding planning, or will be soon, The Barn at Lacey Farms is available to rent as a venue and it is gorgeous! Check out their website to schedule a tour.
Lavender Fields in Dallas, Texas (and nearby!)
Lavender Ridge Farms & Cafe
- Website: https://www.lavenderridgefarms.com/
- Admission: Friday – Sunday, March – December
- Location: 2391 County Road 178, Gainesville, TX 76241 (1.5 hours from Dallas)
From May through July, visitors can walk through the beautiful lavender fields at Lavender Ridge and cut their own fresh cut bunches. An extensive iris collection as well as perennial gardens of other seasonal varieties round out the flower fields.
Visitors are welcome from March – December to enjoy the other amenities on the farm even outside of blooming season. Lavender-inspired entrees from their lavender café make for a perfect lunch after strolling under the old oak trees. Their Lavender Honey Chicken Salad will make your mouth water and you can even grab a gallon of their famous lavender lemonade and lavender vinaigrette to take home! Their gift shop offers over a hundred of their handmade products as well as other choice products from local artisans.
Purple Cactus Ranch
- Website: https://www.purplecactuslavender.com/
- Admission: Currently only open for retail
- Location: Cr 253 Road, Weimar TX (1.5 hours from both Houston and San Antonio)
Purple Cactus offers tours for $5 around their farm. Included in the beautiful views and informational tour about the lavender farm, are some tasty refreshments. Status on these tours is TBD for the 2023 blooming season. In the meantime, their delicious smelling products can still be purchased on their website.
Farmers Lavender Co
- Website: https://www.farmerslavenderco.com/
- Admission: Currently online only
- Location: Rockwall, TX; currently online only
While you cannot currently visit Farmers Lavender Co in person, you CAN still check out their incredible products online. From Lavender Vanilla coffee to Lavender Hand Sanitizer to Lavender Infused Honey, you are sure to find plenty of amazing local products to try!
- Website: https://tx-ture.farm
- Admission: By appointment or by booking an activity or event
- Location: 1833 Dr Sanders Rd Aubrey, Texas 76227 (45 minutes from Dallas)
This sweet farm offers a special experience where visitors can bring an alpaca along as they stroll through the rows of lavender. How adorable it that?! TX-Ture Farm is taking the farm experience to the net level with their addition of more memorable unique experiences such as Castille soap making and alpaca yoga.
A visit to TX-Ture Farm (pronounced texture) is available when booking one of their activities such as those mentioned above, or by attending one of their many festivals. Keep an eye on their website for their 2023 Lavender Fest dates!
Lavender Farms near Houston, Texas
Chappell Hill Lavender Farm
- Website: https://chappellhilllavender.com
- Admission: Thursday + Friday 10am – 2pm; Saturday 9am – 5pm; Sunday 11am – 4pm
- Location: 2250 Dillard Road, Brenham, Texas 77833 (1 hour from Houston)
Chappell Hill plants two varieties of lavender, which each bloom in early summer and then late summer, allowing you to visit between May and August. Their 23 acre farm with rows of gorgeous blooms are always worth a stop. Whether you picnic near the pond or gazebo or check out the rocking chairs on the porch, just promise me you won’t skip the lavender lemonade!
Check out the sweetest gift shop for some potted plants and local crafts. Bonus! If you time it right, you can go home with blackberries, figs, and peaches along with your fresh cut lavender.
San Antonio Area Lavender Fields in Texas
Doe-Re-Mi Lavender Farm
- Website: https://doeremilavender.com/
- Admission: Thursday – Saturday 10am – 4pm, seasonally
- Location: 1381 County Road 7410, Moore, TX 78057 (45 minutes from San Antonio)
Doe-Re-Mi Lavender Farm is a gorgeous spot to spend the day! They offer their large garden of over 1500 plants in 20 different varieties for visitors to cut and purchase. There is also a Lavender Lovers Garden for exploring as well. This garden tests the different lavender varieties against the local climate before growing that crop.
Animals such as goats, chickens, and donkeys are ready to welcome you to the farm along with the honeybee hives. Stop by their small shop for soaps, lotions, gardening accessories, and more.
What time of year does lavender bloom in Texas?
Lavender fields in Texas typically bloom from April/May through July/August. Most lavender festivals take place in June.
Where is lavender grown in Texas?
Lavender can be a challenging crop for farmers to grow, but luckily lavender does grow in Texas. Lavender farms can be found across the state within an hour of all major cities, Dallas, Houston, and Austin.
What is the best month to visit the lavender farms in Texas?
Late May or early June is typically the best time to visit the lavender farms in Texas. This can always be affected by heat, rain, or a freeze, so be sure to check the farms’ websites for up to date information before traveling.