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Graysmarsh Berry Farm

Parent Category: Sequim Lavender Fields
Created: 05 August 2014
Address: Graysmarsh Farm, Inc.
6187 Woodcock Road
Sequim, WA 98382
Acreage: 1000
U-Pick Information: (360)683-5563
Website: http://www.graysmarsh.com/

Photo from Clallam County, Graysmarsh Berry FarmPictures below will take you on a virtual tour to the wonderful farm! Take a minute to enjoy the views!

Description:

Graysmarsh Berry Farm and Lavender is a large farm, which locals know for U-Pick berries and lavender.

Photo from Clallam County, Graysmarsh Berry Farm

The best season to visit it is, of course, the Sequim’s growing season. When you come here, you feel the best aroma in the world: aroma of lavender meets you and then you see gorgeous fields of purple, blue and red.

Graysmarsh Berry Farm is located on the rich soil of the Sequim Prairie. On a clear day there is a stunning view of the Olympic Mountains. The farm is also located not far from the Strait of Juan de Fuca. The valley, where the lavender and berries are grown, is located in the rain shadow of the Olympic Range.

Photo from Clallam County, Graysmarsh Berry Farm

This shadow creates ideal conditions and microclimate for growing lavender and other plants. The valley receives much less rain then other neighboring areas. To be more concrete, in average there are 290 sunny days here and only 15-17 rainy days per year. What a great climate!

At Graysmarsh Farm, you can pick strawberries, loganberries, raspberries, boysenberries, blueberries, blackberries and, of course, beautiful, luscious and odorous lavender. Special signs guide you to the fields that are available for picking.

Photo from Clallam County, Graysmarsh Berry Farm

There is also a stand that sells pre-picked berries, lavender and yummy preserves, which come in lavender-flavored raspberry, loganberry raspberry, wild blackberry, and strawberry.

Graysmarsh Berry Farm grows the most fragrant and beautiful lavender of different kinds, including Spanish Otto Quast, Provence, French Grosso, which is deep purple in color, Royal Purple, Royal Velvet, White Spike and Hidcote.

Visit Graysmarsh and enjoy all this beauty!

These pictures were taken on July 18, 2014

Directions:

In order to get the directions click on the link below:

Photo: Roman Khomlyak

Photo Editing: Alex Mandryko

Information: Marina Petrova

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