Fall Festival

My favorite season has arrived and it’s time to celebrate! Our fall festival is just around the corner. Here’s the scoop:

Saturday October 21st from 10-4 we’ll be:

churning butter

pressing apples for some delicious apple cider

grinding corn

making pine cone and ice cream cone bird feeders

making ice cream in a bag

and other on the farm activities

the pumpkin patch is full of beautiful pumpkins and the gift shop will be fully stocked and of course I’ll have lavender treats such as lavender zucchini bread and cookiesĀ for sale as well as other snacks and concessions. I look forward to ending my season by celebrating fall with each and every one of you! (free admission but donations are greatly appreciated)

Any questions or want to volunteer please call me at:

Mary Jones

360-921-9737

 

 

OPENING DAY IS HERE!!!

It’ finally here! Opening day for our 2017 season, we have more plants than we’ve ever had! More varieties of lavender and tons of bird and butterfly attracting plants. I’m so excited to get this season going! Opening day is Wednesday May 3rd.. and guess what?! It’s gonna be 80 degrees out! WOW!!! I do look forward to seeing everyone! I’ve got an Echinacea on the way that is gonna blow your mind! More varieties of Hardy Fuschia then previous years! Bee Balm?! You want to bring in those Hummingbirds? We’ve got 14 varieties!!! Seriously! Salvias…yes indeed…the largest selection of salvias in the county! In fact we have the largest selection of Bee Balm Salvia and Lavender in the area. OH YEA!!! I almost forgot!! You know that Abutilon Red Tiger that you all like? Well guess what?! I’ve got it in 3 sizes!!! WOOHOO!!!! I’ve got Iochroma (purple tube flower)… Yarrow…Nicotiana that gets 4 feet tall!…Lupine…Columbine…Delphinium…Penstemon…Ok you get the picture right? Everything you need to bring in those beautiful birds and butterflies…and of course more lavender varieties than you’ll know what to do with… Pink white and all shades of purple…Oh it’s gonna be a wonderful season… I’m so excited!!!!

Wednesday-Saturday 10-6

Sunday 12-5

Let’s get this season started!

God Bless you all,

Mary Jones

Scented Acres

There’s a storm a brewin’…Fall Festival Postponed

Due to the expected wind storm this saturday I have decided to postpone my festival till next saturday October 22nd…I do hope everyone can attend on that day…it just gives me another week to prepare more fun stuff!…I will still be open this saturday unless it’s just beyond miserable…I’m sorry for any inconvenience this change may cause…so we’ll celebrate the season next week with lavender treats old fashioned butter churning corn-grinding and pressing apples in our big beautiful cider press…we’ll still make pine cone bird feeders and witches brooms out of dried lavender stems and branches…it will be an awesome day! If you have any questions don’t hesitate to contact me…

Mary Jones

360-921-9737

Fall Harvest Celebration

Oh my favorite season has arrived! Time for lavender hot cocoa fires in the fire pit hoodies and of course football (GO HAWKS)…it’s also time for our annual Fall Harvest Celebration…Saturday October 15th we’ll be celebrating the season by churning butter…bringing out the old cider press and making fresh apple cider…ice cream in a bag…corn-grinding….pine-cone bird feeders…crafts (lavender stem witches brooms)…there’ll be home made lavender zucchini bread lavender cookies…lavender cocoa…and bowls of chili!…the pumpkin patch is open and full of beautiful pumpkins….the gift shop will be fully stocked…this is a great family day on the farm…so come on out and visit the chickens goat and miniature horse…have a bite to eat…enjoy farm activities and maybe do a little shopping…I look forward to seeing you all there. ..

Saturday October 15th from 10-3

Scented Acres Lavender Farm 

13804 NE 117th Ave 

Van Wa 98662

Did you see it?

Did you see the flowers in bloom? Did you see the vegetables sprouting? Did you see the butterflies fluttering in the

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garden? Did you see the baby birds taking the first flight?

Taking a walk through the garden on a grey winter day. What do you see? What perspective do you see your garden from? Now is the time to visualize all that is in store this spring.

Did you see it?