Lavender in Bloom in Georgia
The optimum time to see lavender in bloom in Georgia is in June, especially mid June! Usually the spikes of lavender start to rise in May with the English (Angustifolias), but do not hit full bloom until mid June.
Usually by the last week of June and into the first week of July, we will have harvested the blooms, so most of the purple will have disappeared.
However, since there are multiple different varieties on the farm, you can still see some lavender in bloom during July through September/October. Ultimately lavender, like all crops, depend on the weather for their blooming season. We cannot predict best day or week here on the farm.
*Note - There is a $5.00 fee per adult to enter the fields during the month of June while lavender is in bloom.