Twin Creeks Lavender Loves Helping Those in Need
Twin Creeks Lavender will be donating $5 of every Lavender bouquet sold at the farm for the remainder of our 2023 upick season ending July 4th. The cumulative amount raised will be equally divided and given directly to each family. Watch the newscast here and help us make a difference. Please click each link to see their stories and donate if you can.
Daryl Haynes noticed an extended lump from his abdomen. After multiple tests, he was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkins Diffuse Large B Cell Lymphoma.
Click here to learn more and make a donation for Daryl’s medical needs.
Love For Lila
The day after her seventh birthday, Lila was diagnosed with Embryonal Rhabdomyosarcoma (RMS), which is a rare cancer that affects the soft tissue. There have been spots located on her lungs and lymph nodes as well.
Click here to learn more and make a donation for Lila’s medical needs.
Twin Creeks Lavender is excited to announce our 4th Annual U pick season dates! May 26th through July 2nd plus July 3rd & 4th from 9am-2pm each Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Click here to read more! Or get your tickets here.
Welcome to Twin Creeks Lavender Farm. An over 100 year old family-owned farm historically used for cattle and now adding Lavender to its list.
We are located at 4638 Midway Rd. Williamston SC 29697
At Twin Creeks Lavender, we encourage you to come, take a break from your day and allow a deep breath of the lavender in the air relax your mind and body. Enjoy gorgeous fields filled with colorful varieties of lavender that include: Grosso, Grosso Bleu, Royal Velvet, Violet Intrigue, Melissa and Provence. Take a tour of our gift shop where you will find a variety of lavender products, all of which are pesticide and herbicide free and never tested on animals.
Featured in the Press
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.
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
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.
Also coming soon: Wedding venue