10 Relaxing Lavender Farms in New Jersey

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Let’s be real—after a stressful couple of years, we all could use as many calming and relaxing methods as we can get, and a visit to a lavender farm in New Jersey might be the cure. Thankfully, spring is the start of the New Jersey lavender season, and the timing couldn’t be better. This aromatic herb is known for its relaxation effects—just a few whiffs may improve sleep, reduce blood pressure, and lower your heart rate. And the best way to reap the benefits? Get a freshly-picked bouquet from a lavender farm. We found ten lavender farms in New Jersey ready for you to shop lavender goods, some where you can spend the day in a field picking your own bundles or visit with some furry farm friends. If you are looking for more to do at the farm, don’t miss our The Best Pick Your Own Farms in NJ and Pick Your Own Organic and Natural Farms in New Jersey Guides. Read on to find the best NJ lavender farm near you and go to soak in those relaxation vibes—after all, you deserve it. (featured photo credit: @rachelellentuck_photog)

These are the best lavender farms in New Jersey

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Roam the fields of purple lavender at Pleasant Valley Lavender Farm Photo Credit: @shortcakealbums

Pleasant Valley Lavender Farm

A family reunion inspired Pleasant Valley Lavender Farm in Washington State, known as “the Lavender Capital of North America.” Starting with just 150 lavender plants, the Pleasant Valley Lavender Farm is home to about 2,000 plants on nearly ten rolling acres of land. Pick your own or shop dried lavender, body scrubs and balms, lavender for baking (yes, it’s a thing), and more in their gift shop. During the 2022 season, the farm is open for u-pick, plant, photo sessions, events, and product sales.
288 Pleasant Valley Road, Morganville, New Jersey 07751
(732) 740-4832

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Rows upon rows of fragrant lavender await at Hidden Spring Lavender Farm. Photo Credit: @hiddenspringlavender

Hidden Spring Lavender Farm

Hidden Spring Lavender Farm offers a variety of lavender types for all kinds of use. You will find all original products featuring farm-grown lavender in the gift shop, including lotion, soap, aromatherapy, sachets, neck pillows, essential oils, arrangements, wreaths, dried lavender, and gift baskets. From now to November, the farm is open Saturdays and Sundays from 10 AM to 4 PM. Online ordering and curbside pickup are available, or you can also visit the fields during business hours. They are currently taking reservations for photoshoots and for walking an alpaca on their alpaca farm.
890 Route 601, Skillman, NJ 08558
(609) 558-7034

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Explore different types of lavender at Orchard View Lavender Farm. Photo Credit: @rachelelletuck_photography

Orchard View Lavender Farm

The owners of Orchard View Lavender Farm are committed to growing lavender in an environmentally responsible way. Their mission is to create a relaxing oasis where stress is replaced with serenity. With 1,300 plants and both French and English cultivars, Orchard View Lavender Farm is the spot in Warren County to purchase a variety of artisan products, including bath and body, household, culinary, teas, sachets, home, and garden decor, lavender bundles, both fresh and dry, and lavender buds. Be sure to try the honey harvested from the hives of the lavender field. During harvest time, you can cut and pick your own lavender bundles. For the 2022 season, they will be open from May-December. And don’t miss the Sunset at the Lavender Farm event on June 25.
101 Karrsville Road, Port Murray, NJ 07865
(201) 341-8147

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Wander this Alice in Wonderland-inspired Mad Lavender Farm. Photo Credit: @krisdooley

Mad Lavender Farm

Mad Lavender Farm nods to Lewis Carroll, creator of Alice in Wonderland, by injecting a dose of fun into the farm’s creations – like the lavender lemonade, visits with the baby Dwarf Nigerian goats, and an overall lavender oasis right here in NJ. At this farm, you can shop artisan products, take goat yoga classes, and enjoy seven varieties of lavender, all grown organically without chemicals or pesticides. Pick your own lavender is from mid-June to early July by appointment only. They also book private events such as private family picnics and private photography sessions.
452 County Road 579, Milford, NJ 08848
(908) 310-5973

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Explore two different types of lavender at Princeton Lavender Farm. Photo Credit: @bajajbrood

Princeton Lavender Farm

Princeton Lavender Farm is home to both ‘Big Time Blue,’ ‘Sensational,’ and ‘Phenomenal’ lavender. In addition to strolling through the lavender farm, your family can visit the goats, alpacas, turkey chicks, and more. Don’t miss the cold brew lavender coffee, lavender lemonade, and homemade vanilla ice cream with a candied lavender flower.
3741 Lawrenceville Road, Princeton, NJ 08540
(973) 978-8311

Lavender Farms in NJ

Spend the day exploring 130 acres of farmland and different lavender fields at Happy Day Farm. Photo Credit: @happydayfarmnj

Happy Day Farm

Happy Day Farm boasts 130 acres of farmland and luscious lavender fields to wander through and admire right here in New Jersey. With two different types of lavender, both Phenomenal and Hidcode, you’ll be able to spend a relaxing day breathing in the calming scents and taking insta-worthy photos with your fam. The lavender fields will be opening on June 11, 2022, for viewing. Though there’s no lavender picking, you can still do pick-your-own blueberries, raspberries, and sunflowers.
106 Iron Ore Road, Manalapan, NJ 07726
(732) 977-3607

Lavender Farms in NJ

Serenity Farms of Robbinsville is kid, pet, and photographer-friendly. Photo Credit: @serenityfarmsrville

Serenity Farms of Robbinsville

Serenity Farms of Robbinsville is a kid and pet-friendly farm filled with four acres of Munstead, Hidcote, Grosso, and Phenomenal Lavender varieties. You may also see honeybees and wildflowers as you explore one of the daily walking tours. The gift shop and farm will open on May 14th. Don’t miss the Children’s storytime on Thursdays and Saturdays and upcoming events, including honey bee education, paint and sip nights, and yoga.
44 Tindall Road, Robbinsville Twp., NJ 08691
(609) 851-9094

Allaire Lavender Farm

Following in the footsteps of Princeton Lavender Farm, this family-friendly lavender has something for everyone. Take in the rows of lavender, the adorable farm animals, or the farm stand with natural raw local honey. Shop for lavender bundles, lavender pillows, and lavender plants too. Appointments are required during the weekend, but not on the weekends.
2650 Allaire Road, Wall, NJ 07719
(973) 978-8311

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These pretty purple flowers just smell heavenly. Photo Credit: istock/viki-melkiu

Heartstone Hill Lavender Farm

Heartstone Hill in Stowe Creek Township is an organic and naturally growing lavender farm where you can go to admire the blooms. Stop by the shop for everything lavender, including their newest Lavender Extra Virgin Olive Oil and Lavender Balsamic Vinegar. They also have skincare and lavender sugar scrub for a relaxing shower experience.
71 Marlboro Road, Bridgeton, NJ 08302
(856) 364-7092

Greenwich Lavender Farm

This 10-acre lavender farm is full of fragrant blooms mixed with fun surprises. Try a session of baby goat yoga or hang out with the baby animals. Though you can’t pick your own, you can pick up essential oil, mosquito repellent, and lavender plants at their on-site shop. The lavender is in full bloom from mid-June-July.
217 Hospital Road, Greenwich, NJ 08323
(856) 246-7210

Have you visited a lavender farm in NJ? We would love to hear all about your aromatic experience!

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