Explore the diversity and find something you didn’t know you were looking for. Whether you are a gardener, chef, bird watcher, florist, yoga instructor, forest bather, or ponderer of nature, plan to take some time to connect
We grow Munstead and Phenomenal. Winter tolerant, they are perfect for our climate (zone 4b). As an added bonus, they are deer proof and attract bees and butterflies. These are available as fresh or dried bouquets or potted plants.
We provide a variety of plants including lavender, bachelor buttons, and hollyhocks. Shrubs include lilac and weigela
Our farm is proud to offer an array of high quality, freshly harvested produce. This includes beans, peas, a variety of herbs, onions, potatoes, garlic, and more. We strive to provide the highest quality ingredients for your home-cooked meals. Shop our selection today!
Have you ever wanted to pick your own fresh produce? With our U-pick produce, you can! From beans to cucumbers, tomatoes to peas - and more - there's so much deliciousness waiting for you! Visit LavenHop and enjoy the unique experience of harvesting your own fresh vegetables - it's an unforgettable adventure! Contact Us for when U-Pick is available before you visit us.
The A La Carte program at LavenHop differs in several ways from the traditional subscription offerings. Noteworthy is the client’s control over what is delivered and when. By contrast, receiving regular deliveries of miscellaneous produce can drive up the cost of what is desirable, as some is given away or spoils. In addition, LavenHop delivers to clients’ homes, as opposed to a parking lot on Friday afternoon.
Pricing is advantageous for members, as is availability, so membership does have its benefits.
During the winter months, offerings include mixed greens, head lettuce, arugula, tatsoi, spinach, kale, and Swiss chard. Throughout the regular growing season, the menu expands to many traditional items from beans and peas, to tomatoes, peppers, garlic, and more.
We release the Monarch Butterflies to the delight of our visitors (and ours too)! Visit the Life at the Lakes Festival page for more information.