Come experience lavender in Newport, Maine! Open to the public May-August. Free to visit!! Sorry, no pets. Hours: Monday-Saturday, 10-5
August 10, 2022 – We have lavender plants available in 4″ pots for $10. Also, cut your own flowers available (sunflowers, strawflowers, zinnias, cosmos), 50 cents per stem, sunflowers $2. Bring a picnic lunch or grab a snack and drink in the cottage and enjoy the beauty of the Rose Garden. Stroll the walking path or sit in the Butterfly Garden. Cozy down in a comfy chair and enjoy the fresh country air and get refreshed!
We have lots of lavender themed products, gifts and gift sets in the lavender gift cottage. Our CLOSING DAY will be September 5.
2022 – We are now open for the season… Monday-Saturday, 10-5!!! Please call Peggy at 207-992-3070 if you have any questions.
ALSO…we are booking tent rentals ! If you’re looking for a beautiful place to have a small event like a shower, birthday party, business meeting, etc, our tent has 4 picnic tables that seat 24 comfortably.
Photographers with clients are welcome anytime (no fee charged during open hours), if you would like to do an evening session, you can access our “Photographer Guidelines”and scheduling here.
Here are some pictures of our new rose house and rose garden!
In 2021, we planted two new gardens – a new rose garden and a butterfly garden. We also added new products in the gift cottage, along with some locally made – absolutely delicious – baked treats for sale!
We have lots of cozy seating areas spread throughout our 7 acres. Bring a picnic lunch, a good book or just relax and enjoy the view and country air! We have a corn hole game, walking path, scavenger hunt for kids, flower gardens, fountain, 2000 lavender plants and our lavender gift cottage. (Porta potty on premises.) Our desire is that you leave our lavender farm feeling refreshed!
For more details on the lavender bloom and our farm activities please see our Visit page.
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 brick home!