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Review of Lavender Wind Farm

Lavender Wind Farm
Ranked #4 of 14 things to do in Coupeville
Certificate of Excellence
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Owner description: Lavender Wind Farm, with a view of the Olympic Mountains and the Strait of Juan De Fuca, is on the wild west side of beautiful Whidbey Island in Washington. Visit the farm in the summer for picnics and walking in the lavender fields while enjoying beautiful views of the mountains and the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Come to the shop in the Historic District of Coupeville anytime for fabulous baked goods made with lavender, lavender products such as lotions, candles, sachets, jams and so much more.
Useful Information: Food available for purchase
Reviewed 26 September 2013

My wife and I stopped in the shop and my wife bought some gifts for friends and a few things for herself. We would have liked to go to the farm but settled for the shop. The owner was pleasant and personable and we enjoyed the store.

4  Thank trbeer
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Reviewed 13 September 2013

The Lavender Farm in Coupeville is off the beaten track on the west side of Whidbey Island were it gets the best marine layer for growing the best lavender. Better yet, they now have a presence on Coveland in Historic Coupeville.

2  Thank flyway
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Reviewed 10 September 2013 via mobile

We didn't get a chance to visit the farm but our visit to the store was just great! The service was great and the products were awesome! They bake items onsite, pre packed for sale, and even contract with local dairy for delicious ice cream bars. Highly recommend the cardamom lavender dipped in choc- to die for!

3  Thank C C
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Reviewed 2 September 2013

There are a great many lavender farms in the Northwest, and many of those farms are quite good, but none of them are quite as good as Lavender Wind.

All of the lavender farms I have visited in this area claim to be local, claim to be organic and claim to be community oriented. To a certain degree this is true, but not in the same way as it is with Lavender Wind.

The farm is not even six miles from the shop. All the employees are local, sit on community boards, participate in gardening clubs and buy local themselves.

The store offers classes, baked goods, bath products, gardening products and more... it is the widest array I have seen.

It's just good people doing good work to create a quality product.

If you like this sort of thing and want to support American made quality products, as well as local business and agriculture... this is a place to buy some stuff at... oh, and they support the American Military as well!!!

Thank you Lavender Wind.

3  Thank stephenjamesanderson
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Reviewed 22 August 2013

The expected array of lavender items with ice cream too (why we went). Was a little put off by the only grumpy lady that had to attend both sides of the store and had to be asked to get an ice cream. And what's with the signs saying no dogs, no cleats and warnings about children. That's just unwelcoming.

Thank AuTomJoy
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lavwind, Owner at Lavender Wind Farm, responded to this reviewResponded 31 August 2013

Thank you for taking the time to write your critique of our shop. I'm sorry if anyone was grumpy with you, we go to great lengths to be friendly and we will review this with our staff as we do when we hear about something that isn't perfect.

We are a little confused about the signs you mention being unwelcoming. We don't have any signs that mention cleats at all, and our dog sign is about as nice as can be. We have a dog water bowl out every day in case our visiting dogs are thirsty and we are well known to stop everything and go outside to greet the dogs who visit with their owners. Our Dog Sign says "We love your dogs. But, we don’t love them in our shop. Please keep your beloved pets outside." and it has a picture of a woman patting her dog as she walks with him on the beach. If you have ideas on how we can be more welcoming to dogs (short of letting them in the shop which we can't because we serve food and it's a small space), please let us know.

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