About Us

Wayward Winds Lavender Family Farm

We feel truly blessed to live and work here.

Wayward Winds Lavender is a family owned and operated lavender farm located in the small town of Newberg, Oregon in the Pacific Northwest. We feel truly blessed to live here.

Our farm is located at  17005 NE Courtney Rd, Newberg, OR 97132.  Our products can be found year around at Made in Oregon,  NW Food & Gift, Red Ridge Farms, and other specialty retailers.

During the month of July, in addition to u-pick lavender there will be essential oil distilling demonstrations and a full selection of their extensive lavender products available.  

Come to visit and enjoy our many different varieties of lavender.

Open daily in July 10am-5pm, other times by appointment.

Please ue the contact form on this page if you have any questions.

If it can be made with this magical herb, we do it!

Our Philosophy

Blog excerpt from: for the love of lavender   |   Wednesday, August 02, 2006   |   the hazy purple dream

When we planted our first lavender field, we knew we were not the only ones with the hazy purple dream of endless fields of the stuff. At the time we only knew of a handful of others who actually had plants in the ground though. The difference between dreaming about it and doing it involves many obstacles, a steep learning curve and -believe it or not- farming.

We used to picture every hillside covered in lavender. Every field of weeds, every fallow field, every unused piece of land - a purple sea of color. The reality is that lavender is a fairly high maintenance crop costing more for us to produce than what we can purchase it for- if we were willing to purchase imported lavender for our products. Lavender buds, bunches, oil etc. can all be purchased very inexpensively from several overseas countries.

We still believe in our purple dream even if it's not as hazy. We no longer picture every hillside covered in lavender. Our dream has aligned itself closer to reality while we keep the faith that it will all be worth it in the long run. Working this hard at something you love is supposed to pay off right? You just have to be content with the payoff being about lifestyle and not only about money. For the love of lavender.....