Lavender, A Wedding, and A Few Words on Lavender Day

It's been a busy time here with our eldest graduating college in May, our youngest graduating high school this weekend, and Memorial Day weekend ushering in the first wedding at Hauser Creek Farm. AND the lavender is coming on strong! Smile. There's been little time to post an entry, but there are a few important updates worth noting about our coming Lavender Day event on June 15. For those of you traveling from points east of Clemmons, I-40 westbound is expected to be closed (for repairs to the Yadkin River bridge) on June 15 beginning at the Harper Road exit to exit 180B in Davie County. We strongly encourage you to check your travel plans and adjust your route accordingly. Please feel free to contact me if you have questions about existing alternate routes. 

Some of you have asked about obtaining fresh lavender via mail, and it's important to know that Hauser Creek Farm does not ship. In the few years that I've been growing lavender in North Carolina, there is clearly enough interest locally that we're committed to keeping our product local in support of the increasingly popular slow flower movement. For more infomation on slow flowers, please see /blog/category/floral-designs?currentPage=2  We appreciate ALL of you for your ongoing interest and support and hope to see you on Lavender Day.