Our Farm & Market will be open June 6th every Saturday, Sunday and Monday, 10 -5. Watch for updates on U-pick Lavender Bouquets.

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 2015 Finger Lakes Lavender Festival here.

Friday, July 3, 2015

Last weekend before the festival to pick lavender.

Avoid the Finger Lavender Lavender Festival crowd and pick your own lavender bouquet this weekend. Lavender grown for either fresh-market or dried bundles, should be harvested when the first one or two flowers have bloomed on the stem. If the flowers are in bloom at harvest, the bundles will drop most of the flowers and buds from the stems after drying. If the end product are buds, then lavender should be harvested when approximately one-quarter to one-half of the lavender flowers on the stem are in bloom.

Someone is going to have a beautiful wedding.

Monday, June 29, 2015

Finger Lakes Lavender Festival 2015 Guest Speakers

Have you taken a look at this years Finger Lakes Lavender Festival Guest Speakers. Check out this years schedule of outstanding speakers and presentations at

Friday, June 26, 2015

Now is the best time to see our Lavender in bloom!

The Bee's know when it's time to pick lavender. Buena Vista, Melissa, Dark Supreme and Munstead and ready to be harvested. Stop by the farm for U-Pick your own bouquet Saturday, Sunday and Monday from 10 -5. $5 per bouquet. Don't miss the bloom!

Thursday, June 18, 2015

U-Pick Lavender Bouquet starts this weekend!

Looks like it is going to be a U-Pick Lavender Bouquet weekend & Monday. With our easy instructions you can pick your own $5 bouquet. We are open 10 - 5. Here are the varieties we are picking this week: Munstead and Dark Supreme.

Friday, June 12, 2015

One more week...

Looks like it is going to be another week before we/you can start to pick lavender bouquets. The perfect time to pick lavender is when a couple of the buds have just started to open. This is so the buds will not fall off the stem after drying.

This variety is called Melissa.  It is pink in color and great for culinary use.

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