Yes, we offer cut your own fresh lavender bundle. Buy your $17 Field Admission Ticket HERE before you arrive.
For an additional $10 at the door, you'll be lent Avalon scissors and given a bundle bag to fill with your own freshly cut lavender. Typically the bundle bag holds far more than $10 of fresh lavender, so this is great and economical way to enjoy the experience of harvesting your own lavender. 
A field worker will point you to a specially flagged garden for Guest Cut-Your-Own, and will be available to help you cut to ensure maximum health for our lavender and your bouquet.
Note: At the end of our season, we have four "ALL YOU CAN CUT" days for $25 when you are welcome to cut whatever you can find in the field, so long as you can carry it out. Book those tickets HERE.


Source: WikiHow
Lavender is best cut in the morning after the dew has evaporated, but before the midday sun has dissipated some of the fragrant oils. To cut, hold the stem and cut no less than 2" above the woody part. Cutting too low down will permanently harm the plant. Bundle your handful of lavender with elastic bands to keep them tidy.


If you plan to keep your freshly-cut lavender in water, be sure to trim the ends when you get home and change the water daily - the lavender should last for about a week.


If you plan to dry your lavender, keep it in the water for no more than 3 days.Trim the ends, and separate your bunch into smaller bundles no larger than 2". Secure the ends with an elastic band and hang it upside down in a dry, dim, space for 2-4 weeks (depending on your humidity).A fully dry stem should snap easily - not bend - when you break it

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