The Garden Landscape Guide

Cotswold Lavender

53 acres of lavender fields, planted since 2000. The lavender is harvested and essential oils are extracted and sold in the farm shop. The best time to visit is July.

Head Gardener's Comment

We are a third generation family farm set in the Heart of the beautiful Cotswold Hills overlooking Broadway and the Vale of Evesham. We now have over 35 different varieties, some 70 miles of rows, and 250,000 plants in total. Our crops are steam distilled on the farm and made into our unique lavender products, all proudly made in Great Britain.

History

Lavender was first planted here in 2000 in fields previously used to grow wheat and barley. The lavender loves our free draining limestone soils 1,000 feet above sea level giving the best growing conditions for the highest quality English Lavender Essential Oils.

Plants of note

Lavender!

Hill Barn Farm, Snowshill, Broadway, Worcestershire, England, WR12 7JY

From June 1st to September 1st 10am - 5pm see our website for further details.

£2.50 adults - for field admission £1.50 children (5-16 years) for field Children under 5 free!

Visit the Cotswold Lavender website

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Reviews

  • over 2 years by Anonymous 4 / 5

    Well worth a visit wonderful sight to see all the lavender in flower. The cream teas are worth a visit alone!
  • about 6 years by Adam Hodge 3 / 5

    Quite an astonishing site to see a sea of lavender on the top of the Cotswolds ! Fantastic.

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Cotswold Lavender Photograph © Cotswold Lavender
Snowshill Lavender, Worcestershire Photograph © Oxford Botanica/Adam Hodge
Cotswold Lavender, Worcestershire Photograph © Cotswold Lavender
Field at Snowshill Lavender Photograph © Oxford Botanica/Adam Hodge
Harvesting at Snowshill Lavender Photograph © Oxford Botanica/Adam Hodge