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Twin Creeks Lavender is excited to announce our 5th Anniversary UPICK season dates! This year the regular picking season begins Friday, May 31 and runs through Sunday, June 30. We will also host an end-of-season celbration with one last opportunity to pick lavender on Thursday, July 4th!

Look who came to see us at the farm this morning: Fox Carolina News!

Children 5 years and under and adults 65 years and older get in free. Walk-up admission is $6 and subject to availability so reserve your tickets now. Once you purchase a ticket, present it at the gate and receive your pick pass that is good for the entire 2023 Upick season dates.

U pick days include lavender picking, shopping of our handmade products, and picnics are welcome. The lavender you pick is charged in increments of $5, $10 and $15 (1 in, 1,5 in or 2in bouquet) and is not included in your ticket/admission price. We will have a few picnic tables available and those are on a first come first serve basis. We do not provide chairs though. We simply ask that you clean up what you brought so we can keep our farm clean and beautiful.

We will have 7 varieties of lavender to choose from…Grosso, Provence, Violet Intrigue, Gros Bleu, Melissa, Super and Royal Velvet. Some varieties are limited. Pick as much as you like. Your cut bundles will be measured in $5, $10, or $15 increments and banded for you at checkout.

Weather, Refunds, and Date Changes:

We have to plan each day/event, therefore a 48 hour notice is needed if you need to change your ticket date. Our events are rain or shine and all sales are FINAL. We do reserve the right to change, reschedule or cancel U pick dates, but there will be plenty of communication beforehand. Mother nature can be unpredictable, so if we must change a date, a refund or rescheduling will be issued. Thank you for your understanding of our policies.

Which Days To Pick:

The Augustafolias bud earlier in Spring and the Intermedias later in Spring, so please choose your U pick date accordingly if variety-specific lavender is of importance to you.

Your U Pick Day:

Upon arrival, you will be given information and instructions for picking. We will provide rubber bands and scissors for you to harvest and collect your bouquets. For the safety of our plants, please do not bring or use your own. Once you have finished picking, please proceed to the large tent or barn where your lavender will be measured and/or banded for you. All varieties will be marked so you know what you’re picking.


Twin Creeks Lavender is happy to offer the use of our indoor restrooms to customers while they’re on our premises. We do ask that you respect the fields our family works so hard to steward; please ensure no one in your party relieves themselves or treats our land with less than the respect you’d afford your own.

Shop With Us!

We will have over 100 hand-made lavender-based products for purchase at the tent ranging from bed, bath, body and even pet products! Think birthdays, gifts and Christmas or just spoil yourself!


We will have some honey bees hard at work creating lavender-pollinated honey. Please kindly share the field with them. Although the lavender is pretty relaxing to them, it is advisable that you bring the proper medication in case a sting does occur.


As much as we love pets, for everyone’s safety, no pets are allowed.


No professional photography or cameras other than cell phones are allowed during U pick dates. To schedule a private photography session on our farm, please contact us at info@twincreekslavender.com

Drugs, Alcohol and Smoking:

Absolutely no drugs, alcohol or tobacco products of any kind are allowed on the premises during these family-friendly U-Pick dates. Anyone in violation of this will be asked to leave immediately without a ticket refund.

Trespassing of Adjoining Property:

As beautiful as the adjoining/neighboring pastures and property is, it does NOT belong to Twin Creeks Lavender so for your safety, please do not cross over the fence. Violators will be asked to leave without ticket refund.

Possible Farm Dangers:

Although our farm is relatively safe, please keep in mind that it is in fact a working farm.

so please watch where you step. Naturally, we may have snakes. If you encounter one, please keep your distance and notify a Twin Creeks Lavender representative and they will safely remove it. Fire Ants: If you see a mound of red dirt, do NOT touch it, step on it or disturb it in any way. These ants swarm their nests from the ground when disturbed by the thousands and leave a nasty sting. We organically treat the fields for them, but they are pesky little suckers. Comfortable all terrain shoes are HIGHLY recommended.

We are incredibly excited to have you and hope you enjoy our farm as much as we do!