Lavender can be harvested and used in a huge variety of products, including soaps, perfumes, jams and jellies, teas, baked goods, candies, essential oils, and way, way more.Got it!
Washington Island is the place to go to experience lavender at its best, but products are available throughout the county at stores and markets.Got it!
The purple plant can be used for many medicinal purposes. It can sooth minor cuts and burns and encourage relaxation, calmness, and sleep.Got it!
Visitors can stroll lavender fields, take unique photos, take in the stunning natural color, and shop for artisanal goods at farms on Washington Island and in Ephraim on the mainland.Got it!
Lavender fields typically burst into life and vibrant color in late July or early August.Got it!
A Breeze Blows Through the Lavender Field
A soft breeze blows across the island, rustling the stately lavender plants.