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The Lavender Patch Farm

2376 Locust Road

Fort Scott, KS 66701


(620) 223-1364

Contact us with any questions, or if you'd like to volunteer on the farm.

Thank you for contacting us. We look forward to serving you!




Saturday, August 12

Saturday, August 19

9 am - 1 pm

9 am - 1 pm

We are open by appointment also. Call (620) 223-1364 for more info or to schedule a visit for gift shop goodies and field tours. For the most up-to-date info, check our Facebook page. 


Note for visitors: Due to the 2022 drought, early freeze, and lack of winter snow/moisture, we lost some of our lavender and had to cut back many surviving plants. They're growing back, but there will be few blooms this year.



We are located at 2376 Locust Road, Fort Scott, Kansas, 66701.


Drive east on Wall Street and turn onto Locust Road ("Old 54") before Wall Street turns into Highway 54. 

Drive approx. 1/8" mile east and then we are on the south side of the road. (We have a black mailbox and are across the road from a row of apartments).


Please note, as a small family farm, our hours sometimes change unexpectedly. We do our best to keep updated hours here and on our Facebook page, but we can't guarantee up-to-date hours will always be posted.

Please call before coming to confirm we are open, especially if you're driving from out of town. We run the Lavender Patch on our own and on top of our full-time careers. As we all know, sometimes life happens and we have to close unexpectedly.


Thank you for understanding.



When you come to our Lavender Patch Farm, stop by our gift shop, located in our converted garage. The door to enter is on the west side of the house, closest to the driveway. 


We are a working lavender farm, with ongoing planting, weeding, harvesting, and everything in between! We have around 1000 lavender plants, though there's always a chance we'll lose some depending on winter freezes and if we receive an abundance of rain. Around 80 of our plants were transplanted in spring of 2016 from the "old patches" that we no longer use for lavender.  Most of the others plants you can see in our fields were planted in 2016-2019, and are plenty to keep us busy! For more info about our farm and lavender plants, go to our About page.

Thanks for your support,

The Lavender Patch Farm

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