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Seven Oaks Lavender Farm
Tour a Lavender Farm & Pick Your Own Bouquet

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Take time to stroll through flower-filled fields and savor a gorgeous day with this offer from Seven Oaks Lavender Farm, located less than an hour from DC:

• $13 ($26 value) for admission for 2 adults & 2 kids; 3 adults; or 1 adult & 3 kids
• Also includes a 50-stem bouquet of lavender or equal value in other herbs or flowers
• Available June 11th through July 16th

"Everyone is helpful and friendly and they have an adorable playhouse for smaller children, you can sit on the porch of the big house and enjoy the view. Sitting under the trees and having lunch was so pleasant." - LivingSocial Member

Stop and Smell the Flowers
Slip away from the city for an afternoon and take in the sweet sight (and scent) of this small family-owned farm's perfumed acre of French lavender and other plants. Tour the grounds to pick your own lavender bouquet, then stop by the shop to browse essential oils, soaps, jellies, and hand-sewn products produced by the owners with a little help from their crafty neighbors and friends.

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    8769 Old Dumfries Road, Catlett, VA 20119
    540-272-7839 | get directions

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