Luvin Lavender Farms LLC, is a family owned farm located at 5861 Middle Ridge Rd, Madison, OH 44057.
Currently the farm showcases close to 6000 lavender plants with 20 varieties in a full range of colors from white, pink, violets, light purples and dark purples. Each variety having its own unique fragrance. More »
We make soaps, body butter, shampoos, lotions, essential oil, herbal deodorant, gift bags, wedding favor bags, and more!
From field to home, we raise, harvest, distill and create all natural body care products for you. We do not use any chemicals or dyes in any of the products we make. More »
The farm schedules events for use by artists, offers several garden parties throughout the season.
The farm hosts guests to come and view the gardens during bloom time, offers opportunities for educational talks, demonstrations and events related to the production of essential oils, sustainable farming, and gardening. More »
Luvin Lavender opens the farm in May and remains open through the mid August. There are always things to see, with the most spectacular bloom occurring from mid-June until the mid-July.
Follow us on facebook for festivals or shows during the fall and winter months.
However, you can order online all year round! No need to wait!
Luvin Lavender supports and encourages casual photography on the farm during our regular business hours as well as group photography and sessions. However we ask you to follow the following guidelines:
United States Lavender Growers Association
Luvin Lavender Farms is a proud member of the
United States Lavender Growers Association,
we strive to introduce an increasing interest of the amazing properties of lavender.
Indian Museum of Lake County
7519 Mentor Avenue, Ste A112, Mentor 44060
Visitors can see prehistoric items, 10.000 B.C. to 1650 A.D., from this area and Ohio. Indian Crafts, 1800-2015, from North America are displayed. There are hands on activities and a library.
Open Monday - Friday 10-4 and 1-4 on Saturday and Sunday. Closed Major Holiday Weekends. Call Ahead.
We wanted to give a special Thanks to The United States Lavender Growers Association and Lake County Visitors Bureau for their tireless support and efforts. Both have been a vital source of information and encouragement!