Watch Us Grow
Sauvie Island Lavender Farm was
established in 2006 on historic Sauvie
Island. Our beautiful farm is like a Victorian
garden with lovely paths leading to a
flower-filled arbor where visitors can view
four snow-capped mountain peaks and
hundreds of acres of nursery and farmland.
The farm was originally part of the 1850's
homestead of James and Isabella Logie.
By the late 1800's, the farm was the site
for one of five one room school
houses on the Island.
We Pick, U-Pick, Shop
Come and pick your own fresh
lavender bouquet (Now thru
Learn how to make a Lavender Wand.
Learn how to clean lavender buds.
Learn how to care for your lavender
Just Minutes ......
from Downtown Portland
From Portland take HWY 30 west to
the Sauvie Island Bridge. Cross the
bridge and stay on Sauvie Island
Road. Our farm is located 3.5 miles
from the bridge. Follow the yellow
and purple LANVENDER FARM signs!
|Sauvie Island Lavender Farm
20230 NW Sauvie Island Road Portland, Oregon 503-577-6565
Copyright 2006 Sauvie Island Lavender Farm
native to the
and home decor.
often used as a
*Not all lavender
plants are good
for culinary use.
Visit us for U-Pick Chardonnay
Grapes (Sept), Shiro Yellow Plums
(July-Aug), and Black Mulberries
|OPEN in September
Self-Serve Mon-Fri Staffed Sat-Sun
Sauvie Island Lavender Farm
|U-CUT is OVER
until next June.
Here's what is happening on the
farm in September. We are
offering self-serve sales of
gorgeous dried lavender
bouquets, apple branch
bundles, & lavender plants in 4"
pots. Bring cash and use the
self-serve pay station.
The farm will be staffed
Saturday & Sundays through
Figs & Grapes
Figs should be ready
by mid September and
seedless grapes in
October(special post season hours. TBA).
CLICK HERE for
See what we can
provide for you, your
wedding party, and