SEPTEMBER HOURS: We will be open Fridays and Saturdays, 10-5. Come sit in the sunshine and enjoy the fresh country air! We have lots of pretty flowers and offer cut your own bouquet for .25 a stem. The cottage is open and we have lots of unique lavender gifts (Christmas is just around the corner…hint hint wink wink)! We sell prepackaged ice cream, popsicles, and frozen chocolate bars this year! Sit in front of the fountain or take a walk on our walking path or check out the flowers in our English Garden and Secret Garden.
Bring some friends and have a tea party or birthday party…we provide the tables or blankets for picnics and we have a pretty white tent for shade!
We have water, soda, juice and iced tea for sale….and did I mention….ice cream! 🙂
Bring a lunch, a good book or a sketch pad and soak in the peacefulness and beauty. Our desire is that you leave our lavender farm feeling refreshed!
We have a new scavenger hunt for kids this year. Porta Potty on premises. Handicap access to field is available. Photographers with clients are welcome anytime (no fee charged during open hours), if you would like to do an evening session please contact us for our “Photographer Guidelines”.
We also have a little cottage full of lavender products: soap, lavender mist, culinary lavender, dried lavender, lavender flax seed neck wraps and eye masks (provides soothing relief from aches and pains), and many other products and gifts.
Directions to Moore Manor Lavender…..
302 Stetson Road, Newport, Maine. Exit 161 off I-95, take left off ramp and go straight for about 2.5 miles (you will cross straight over Route 2). We are on the left, our farm is behind our beautiful brick home!
In 2014 we started our lavender farm with 250 plants. To hear more about our story please read our “About” page.
Want to grow your own lavender?? It’s an easy plant to grow and care for, here are a few tips: lavender likes full sun and dry roots. We plant ours in a well drained gravely soil, it doesn’t need rich soil or compost. Not enough sun and over watering are the 2 majors reasons lavender plants die. Another thing to look out for when purchasing lavender from other sources, is making sure the variety is zoned for your area. We grow mainly English lavenders because they do well in our zone. We DO cover our plants in the winter, we use a white row cover – AGRIBON 50. We sell some here on the farm and we also sell lavender plants. We are excited to share any knowledge we have learned in order to help you grow your own beautiful lavender plants!
We’d love to chat with you about your experiences with lavender. Please like us on Facebook (we tend to post current happenings on the farm there), leave a note there or on Instagram or send us an email (email@example.com).We’d also like to know how you like our products or if there’s any lavender product you’d like to see us carry, we love suggestions.