Back to Dirt Farm & Gnomelicious

Phone: 360-504-6070

At Gnomelicious our goal is to bring a little lavender infused fun into our customers lives. Gnomelicious is owned and run by Katina and Ashley, a mother-daughter team. We moved to the Olympic Peninsula in 2018 for our love of hiking and quickly developed a passion for lavender. We took a chance and bought a beautiful 10 acre piece of land and have been turning it into a lavender filled oasis of fun. Each summer we harvest and distill our many varieties of lavender to turn into quality essential oil and bud. That oil and bud are then used to create our hand-made bath, body and home products.

So why Gnomelicious? According to folklore, garden gnomes are said to be protectors of the farm. Plus… they are so darn cute! Our personal collection of gnomes is growing a little out of hand, so we decided to spread our obsession to everyone else. At Gnomelicious, we infuse each creation with a bit of lavender and lot of fun. Our lively goodies are hand-made by us for our customers.

Our farm is not currently open to the public but we encourage everyone to visit us at Lavender Festival. Feel free to visit our website to get to know more about us and our customizable lavender goodies. 

Fat Cat Farm

~ Open All Summer (June – September)
~ 9:30 am to 5:30 pm
~ 21 Fat Cat Ln, Sequim, WA 98382
~ eMail:
~ Phone: 360-808-6013
~ U-Cut / U-Pick Lavender, Flowers, and Veggies
~ Gift Shop
~ Website
~ Facebook
~ Instagram
! Please check website, Facebook, or Instagram for latest farm updates!

Come visit our garden to relax or picnic. U-pick from a beautiful array of seasonal flowers, lavenders, fruits, & some vegetables. We also sell chicken & duck eggs. Our gift shop is a must visit with a variety of beautiful gift items.

Graysmarsh Berry Farm

~ Open All Summer (June – September)
~ Monday – Saturday, 9am – 4pm
~ Sunday, 10am – 4pm
~ 6187 Woodcock Road, Sequim, WA 98382
~ eMail:
~ Phone: 360-683-5563
~ No Pets Please!
~ U-Cut / U-Pick Lavender and Berries
~ Lavender and Berry Farm Products
~ Website
~ Facebook
~ Instagram
! Please check website, Facebook, or Instagram for latest farm updates!

Our farm has been happily operating for many decades and is a fun staple in many family summer traditions.  We are located on a stunning property along the Strait of Juan de Fuca. We offer U-cut / U-pick lavender and berries as well as cut bundles and picked berries.

Available at our farm stand –  lavender oil, lavender sachets, lavender buds( both fragrant Grosso and culinary buds), precut lavender bundles, berries in season (strawberries, raspberries, loganberries, boysenberries blueberries and blackberries), our yummy preserves, honey, onions, garlic and other veggies in season.

Kitty B’s Lavender

~ July 9 – 18, 2022  for festival
~ 10am – 5:30pm
~ 82 Cameron Acres Lane
~ eMail:
~ Phone: 360-772-2062
~ Gift Shop
~ U-Pick Lavender

Come and enjoy the sights, sounds, and smells of this unique lavender farm, and even get some to take home with you! You are invited to bring a picnic, and relax. Don’t forget your camera. The barn will be open so you will be able to see the process of bundling and hanging the lavender to dry. We believe in preserving the integrity of nature by gently harvesting each plant by hand at the moment of its peak.  *** FREE HYDROSOL WHEN YOU BRING YOUR OWN CONTAINER. UP TO 1 GAL. WHILE SUPPLY LASTS. ***

Meli’s Lavender

~ Open June 4 – August 30
~ Wednesday – Saturday, 11am to 4pm
~ 62 W Diane Drive, Sequim, WA 98382
~ eMail:
~ Phone: 360-461-19958
~ Pet Friendly! (on a leash; please pick up after your pet)
Gift Shop

~ U-Pick Lavender

Monica and Sergio Gonzalez along with their children Jonathan and Melissa founded Meli’s Lavender in 2015. Our initial intent was to help fund our children’s college education and over the years it has turned into a big family project. As a family, we planted 1,000 lavender plants in the winter of 2015 and were finally able to open our doors to the community in 2017 and have since been enjoyed being a part of the Sequim lavender community.

Our small farm has become known for Sergio’s unique and beautiful lavender wreaths and throughout the years Sergio gained experience and developed knowledge about lavender. He enjoys giving customers tips and tricks to grow their own and explaining the benefits of each variety. We grow and dry our own lavender right on our farm and are able to use that lavender to offer natural and handmade products such as essential oils, hydrosol, sachets, wreaths, and much more.

Our family welcomes you to stop by and visit our farm this summer to learn about lavender, u-pick, and make your very own lavender wreath!

Nelson’s Duckpond & Lavender Farm

~ Open All Year!
~ Everyday, 10am – 5pm
~ 73 Humble Hill Road, Sequim, WA 98382
~ eMail:
~ Pet Friendly! (on a leash; please pick up after your pet!)
~ U-Pick Lavender
~ Gift Shop
~ Lavender Plants for Sale
~ Picnic Area

Rancho La Morada Lavender & Flower Farm

~ Open July 1 – Aug 31
~ Friday – Sunday, 10am – 4pm
~ 1430 Marine Drive, Sequim, WA 98382
~ eMail:
~ 360-461-7679
~ Pet Friendly! (on a leash; please pick up after your pet!)
~ U-Pick Lavender
~ Crafts
~ Oil Distillation demonstration
~ Gift Shop

Rancho la Morada Lavender & Flower Farm is dedicated to helping you with all your lavender needs, while sharing our culture and love for the Earth, we offer lavender plants, bundles and essential oils we produce ourselves. We also provide customized consultation on how to grow your own lavender. Whether you are adding lavender to your garden , growing lavender to cook with, or establishing your own farm, we can help you make it happen.

Juan, the owner, is very knowledgeable in lavender, with 20 years of lavender and landscaping experience. His passion for farming began in his youth, growing up in Villa Morelos, Michoacan, Mexico, while working in the fields with his grandfather, growing corn, fava beans, and other common vegetables. He decided to create and build the farm with the vision of teaching the principles and fundamentals of agriculture to his two children, along with all visitors to the farm. The farm opened in 2018 and was then moved to a new location in 2021. When visiting our farm in Sequim, you can walk through our lavender fields, enjoy an array of flowers, and visit with our bees! We plan to open the farm for pop-up events during the summer months and for the annual Sequim Lavender Festival. 

Our farm will be open 10-4 Friday through Sunday during Lavender Festival weekend. While visiting our farm, you can walk through our lavender and flower fields and visit our farm store. We will also be offering U-Cut lavender and flowers (dahlias, sunflowers, gladilous). We are a dog-friendly farm, please keep your dogs on a leash and pick up after them. During your visit, we will also have lawn games to keep you entertained in between lavender oil distillation demonstrations. Non-alcoholic refreshments will be available for sale, along with tacos and corn.

By Julie Peterson

Local Artist Julie Peterson

Julie was born and raised in Bellingham, Washington. She can remember her love for
art as early as seven years of age, sitting and drawing horses for hours. She is a self-
taught artist. She raised her family and worked part time. Her career as a full-time
artist began in 1996, now she can’t believe she would want to do anything else.
She explored Art Shows as far away as Oklahoma. She now resides in Moses Lake,
but seeking residence in Wenatchee soon. Moving to the east side of Washington isn’t
as hard as people think. Julie and her husband Jim have always loved spending time
on the east side of Washington. The extra sunshine does wonders for a person.
Growing flowers and vegetables are a bonus.

Since moving to the east side she can truly see the beauty in the new landscapes with
atmosphere. The basin has beautiful skies in the morning and evening. She has just
started a new series in sky landscapes. 2012 has been very fulfilling and busy with
paint outs and traveling, as well as discovering new photo reference material for
future use. She loves connecting with nature and the land.

Her medium is in Oils on Canvas and Hardboard. She paints urban, rural and
wildlife landscapes. Her style is defined as traditional realism. Each piece of work
has many hours of devoting layers of paint which gives each piece its rich brilliant
color. The challenge and new endeavors is what keeps her spirits high. The ability to
be creative and share what she does with others is a great gift and honor and makes
her very happy.

“The Sequim Lavender Festival is by far my most favorite art show to participate in. I
did my first show in Sequim in the early 2000. The Lavender Association has honored
me 4 times by choosing me as their poster artist.
This year I was asked to paint a poster which best represented the city of Sequim, the
elk, mountains, and the beautiful surrounding area of lavender with a pop of red with
I have many new original oil paintings and prints for 2022. See you at Carrie Blake
Park for the Sequim Lavender Festival, or find my artwork at:
Thank you”