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WELCOME

Twin Creeks Lavender Welcome to the Farm SignWelcome to Twin Creeks Lavender Farm! Our beautiful,  more than 100-year-old, family-owned slice of lavender paradise is nestled in the heart of the picturesque Williamston, South Carolina countryside. Our ancestors raised cattle on our farm until recent years, when we added lavender to the list.  We  organically  grow  some of the most popular varieties of fragrant and culinary lavender, including: Gros Bleu, Grosso, French Provence, Royal Velvet, Violet Intrigue, Super Blue and Melissa. We make hundreds of all-natural, pesticide and herbicide-free lavender products right here on the farm. During the year you can buy them online,  find them available at many local businesses and events, or with us every Saturday morning from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., May through October, at the downtown Greenville, South Carolina TD  Saturday Market!

UPICK SEASON

Picking organic south carolina lavender Every year we open our farm to the public during late spring/early summer- the height of lavender blooming season and we have plenty of FREE PARKING. This is our most favorite time of year when we invite you to come take a break from the hustle and bustle of your busy life and pick your own organically grown lavender bouquets. Wonder through our fields, breathing in the relaxing goodness of lavender, while taking the best selfies ever. Shop in our barn boutique; bring a chair or blanket and enjoy a rustic picnic with your family or bestie; eat a scoop of lavender honey ice cream made by Honest Scoop Greenville Ice Cream, or wet your whistle with a refreshing bottle of elderberry lavender lemonade by Mama K’s Homemade. Every year we add new products  and things to do while you are with us. We also host a sunset picnic experience during UPICK season, as well as a family-friendly July 4th party to celebrate the end of lavender picking season.

Be sure to wear sensible, closed-toe shoes, a hat and sunscreen for your visit. Growing lavender organically, means that there will be more critters sharing the farm with you. Ants, bees and butterflies are common residents. Because lavender loves sun, you won’t find any trees to duck under for shade, except inside the barn boutique.  We also have one bathroom inside the barn, but it’s best to try to go before you arrive in case there is a line. We will also have fresh lavender bouquets for you to purchase, in case you get tired of picking your own.

We are located at 4638 Midway Rd. Williamston SC 29697

IN THE PRESS

Clemson World
Our thanks to Sara Ann Hutto Grant for the great article she wrote about our farm, and thanks to Craig Mahaffey for the amazing photography.
Check out the story from Clemson World by clicking here.

Greenville Journal
Thank you, Greenville Journal, for a fantastic window into what we’re doing at Twin Creeks Lavender Farm. We can’t wait to say more about the story, but we’ll have to stop blushing first! Check out the article: Lavender isn’t supposed to thrive in South Carolina, but don’t tell Williamston’s Michelle Ducworth

Fox Carolina
Check out the story Fox Carolina did on our farm by clicking here.

Southern Living Magazine
Read “Lavender in Bloom”. The article Southern Living Magazine wrote on Twin Creeks Lavender. Shared here with permission from Southern Living Magazine.


Porch and Peony
Chloe from Porch and Peony wrote a wonderful article about her visit to our farm!
You can read her article by clicking here.

You can also visit us on Facebook, Instagram or email us at info@twincreekslavender.com to find local events or farmers markets where our hand-made products will be offered.

Also coming soon: Wedding venue

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