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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

Make Your Own Yummy Treats

Fair Winds Lavender in Jamestown, Tennessee creates all sorts of recipes for lavender snacks.

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Lavender Recipes

Susan Biedinger develops lavender recipes that everyone can enjoy. Check out the different goodies we’ve created with her help. We offer easy directions so you can make your own

Recipies for Lavender

Lavender Pumpkin Tea Bread

12 muffins; 3 mini loaves; 1-9x3 pans

 18 min            25 min                 25 min  (clean tooth pick)

1.25 cups whole wheat flour       1/2 cup white (can reduce for 1/2)

1/2  teas salt                                    1/2 cup Brown sugar (can reduce to 1/3)

1 teas baking powder                      3/4 cup vegetable oil (not butter/marg)

1 teas baking soda                       15 oz  pumpkin (small can)

1/2 T cinnamon                                  2 eggs

1/2 T grnd ginger                               2 T lavender buds

1  t  grnd cloves

if desired 1/2 cup craisins. currents and/or 1/2 cup pecan pieces

Preheat oven 350 degrees

1.  Sift flour, spices, and leaveners and set aside.

2.  Blend sugars, oil, pumpkin and eggs in a large bowl. 

*Prepare pans with pan spray and parchment if desired.

3.  Add dry ingredients to wet, mix unti combined. Do not over mix.

4.  Stir in craisins, currents, and/or pecans. Up to 1 heaping cups total.

Pour into pans, spread out evenly.

Bake times are approximate, test with toothpick.

If Glaze is desired:

Make lav tea with 1teaspoon buds and 1/4 cup water let steep 10 min.

1 T butter softened, stir in 1 cup powdered sugar, slowly add tea 1 teaspoon at a time until smooth desired thickness

more Recipies for Lavender

Lavender Lemonade

1/2 gal. Lavender Lemonade

2 T buds/stems

2 cups water

Boil to make tea, steep for 5 minutes

In a half gal jug: combine

1/3 cup of your favorite lemonade mix 

 2/3 cup lemon juice

lavender tea (you just made)

add water to 1/2 gal mark

stir well, serve cold 

Lavender No Churn Ice Cream


2 + 1/4 cups Heavy whipping cream

1 Tbls lavender buds (can use fresh stems&buds) 

or just dried buds (level measure).

1 teas vanilla extract

14 oz sweetened condensed milk

Will fill quart  container.  

Freeze overnight for firm ice cream or 4 hours for soft serve


1. Make lavender cream by simmering the 1/4C whipping cream and lavender buds for 5 minutes, then cover with plastic wrap to prevent skin from forming.  

Allow to cool. Strain cream of the bud pieces. 

 Ensure cream is completely cooled. then...

2. In a medium bowl combine the 2C of whipping cream, sweetened condensed milk, vanilla and cooled lavender cream.

3. Whip to stiff peaks. Scrape bowl sides at least once. Gently fold into quart container or other freezer safe container and place in freezer to desired firmness.


Will sweeten hot teas and coffee also!

Adapted from (she used blackberries also) 2016