Welcome to Nelson’s Duckpond & Lavender Farm home of Lavender Happiness offering both Lavender and Lodging. We are a small second generation family owned and operated lavender farm in Sequim Washington. Thanks for visiting our website. When you’re ever in the area please stop by and relax for a while.
Thanks! Jeff and Amy Lundstrom
It’s been so long since I’ve posted anything it’s been kinda crazy here. The cabin has been totally remodeled this winter and the family has arrived to help out for the festival so we are booked up. The lavender is in full bloom, the shop is stocked up, and Tilly’s Lemonade Stand is getting busy. Our oldest daughter Livie graduated high school this year and will once again be running our booth at the Street Festival down on Fir Street. We are so proud of her and excited that she’ll be attending Jeff and my alma mater Western Washington University in the fall. We hope you are able to stop by the farm and visit with us this weekend. We are open 10 AM to 5:30 PM all three days of the festival and we’ve always been and will always be free to visit. Bring a picnic and stay awhile.
Thank you to all our visitors who came this summer and purchased Lavender Lemonade from Tilly. This year thanks to you she was able to raise $552.00 for her grade school’s music program. This is a picture of Tilly with Ms. Stephanie Clark who is the music teacher at Greywolf Elementary School. Tilly’s stand was put away for the year yesterday and tomorrow it’s back to school. If you’re ever in Sequim stop by and say hello, our farm is always open. See you soon.
The Lundstrom’s are ready to welcome everyone to our lavender farm. Bring a picnic and stay a while, the lavender is absolutely beautiful this year. Our oldest daughter Livie will be at our booth at the Street Festival on Fir Street downtown so be sure to stop by and say hello. The gift shop is stocked , Tilly’s ready to serve up the lemonade, all the Lundstrom/Nelson family is here to help out, and the ducks and fish are really hungry. Hope to see you this weekend.
Tilly’s Lavender Lemonade stand is back!! After 10 months of vacation (school), Tilly’s is ready to go. Stop by for a glass of ice cold delicious lavender lemonade while you wander our lavender field or sit out by the pond. Once again Tilly has decided to donate the proceeds to her school’s music program.
The Davidson family who are staying in our cabin captured this picture of a lone baby duckling enjoying the sun. Momma and the other 3 were close by. Everything is starting to blossom in the gardens, and the lavender will be in full bloom soon.
We have a new Mom on the pond taking her 8 baby ducklings out for a swim. I couldn’t imaging having 8 little ones to take care of. We think there are 3 more Moms nesting on the pond, hopefully they arrive soon. Happy Mothers Day to all Mom’s, we hope you have a great day.
First ever turtle at Nelson’s Duck Pond
Meet Norman, our newest resident! Norman is a large mud turtle, who has taken up residence in the pond. Norman enjoys sun bathing on the rocks and eating frogs.