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Fair Winds Lavender Farm and store Open to the public May- October each week Wednesday - Sunday from 9 AM - 3 PM.  November and December are by appointment only.  Come visit our farm talk with the owners, learn to use God's gift of Lavender in your life.

We will be closed this Saturday June 2nd for a special event.  We will reopen Sunday at our regular time.

Future events are June 22nd we will be closed for a group event and reopen on June 23 for our regular hours.

We will be closed June 26th - July 3rd for a Local mission trip and be attending the Fiddlers Jamboree in Smithville TN. We will reopen on July 6th for our regular hours.

We offer classes periodically on Wand making, Wreath Making, Lavender Brooms and Swags.  Demonstrations of still operation and static displays 

Our store has a variety of lavender products for your enjoyment.  Please call us at 931-704-3152 if you are planning a visit.  We take groups up to 25 people and offer u-pick when we are in bloom.

We are closed January - March as our field is dorment and resting in preparation for the new growth season.  Our store is open by appoinment during those days.  Please email us or call our email is [email protected] and our phone numbers are 931-704-3152 or 727-992-3068.

Our motto is " Keep Calm and Carry Lavender ", hope to meet you soon.

Fair Winds Lavender

Fair Winds Lavender

About Fair Winds Lavender

We're a lavender farm that offers body products, baking products, recipes, and more!

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Who We Are

Fair Winds Lavender is a lavender farm in Jamestown, Tennessee. We invite people to visit us and see the flowers in bloom, purchase lavender products, and more!

2021 finds Fair Winds Lavender planting more than 200 cuttings for three new kinds of lavender, including pink and white ones! Our farm has 3 rescued dogs, 3 rescued cats, 14 chickens, and 11 chicks we care for when we're not tilling, weeding, harvesting, and smelling the lavender.

Check them out by adding us to your destinations when visiting the upper Cumberland Plateau. We have a small store on our property where you can purchase various products.

Get to Know the Owners

Steve Biedinger and Susan Biedinger

Steve Biedinger is a retired Navy veteran, while Susan Biedinger is a veteran of the US marines. They established their home in Tennessee back in 2013. By 2016, they began to till their property to grow lavender. Upon researching, they found out that their soil is the worst to use for lavender. However, they didn't let this stop them from achieving their goals.

They used local resources, worked on the soil, and used the extension office to analyze soil samples. After experimenting with different leaves, mulch, crush and run, river rock, and sand, it finally happened. It took three years, but they went from having 3 to 4 inches of cuttings to 36-inch rounds of lavender blooms.

Steve and Susan moved from the west coast of Florida after their kids left the nest to start their own lives. They have 5 children in their 20s and 30s that have begun to add grandchildren to the family.

Steve’s hobbies are woodworking, sewing, ship model building, and counting cross-stitch. Susan, on the other hand, loves baking, and reading. She is also in charge of marketing our lavender products and developing various recipes using lavender.

Both of them volunteer as American Red Cross team members. They also install smoke alarms for residents of Fentress County and work with a yearly local youth ministry called the Cumberland GAP.

Mission Statement

We are lavender growers providing a lovely place for people to come and see our growing flowers as well as the process, storage, and creation of our wonderful products. People all over the plateau are learning to love and appreciate our chemical-free and affordable items.

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