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About PVLF - Location & Environs

We raise several varieties of English lavender and lavandins with more than 3,000 plants blooming on our hillside. And with that raw material we produce a wide variety lavender products: bath & body, culinary, dried floral, sachets & pillows.  Lavendar, lavander, or lavandar - it doesn't matter much how you spell it. If it's lavender you want, we've got it - growing plants, bulk blossoms, dried bunches, essential oil and more.

Our Store / Farm Location

Peace Valley Lavender Farm and Shop is located in historic Bucks County, Pennsylvania overlooking the verdant Peace Valley Park. With a beautiful view of Lake Galena and the sun warming our southern sloping fields, it is an ideal growing spot for one of nature's most aromatic treasures, lavender.



New Galena Road has reopened!

802 New Galena Road
Doylestown, PA 18901
Tel: 215. 249.8462
Click here for directions using Google Maps

Shop Hours:

Thur-Sat 10-5
Sun 12-5
And by appointment

More About Peace Valley Lavender Farm

PVLF has been featured on digphilly.com and on PBS 39 Tempo TV.

Neighborhood Things

There are many things to do and places to see just about any time of the year in historic Bucks County, and nearby verdant Peace Valley Park. Here are a few of the many possibilities:

Fonthill Museum

Henry Mercer (1856-1930) built Fonthill as his home between 1908 and 1912. The concrete castle boasts 44 rooms, 18 fireplaces and more than 200 windows of varying size and shape. The interior walls, floors and ceilings are elaborately adorned with an incredible array of Mercer's original handcrafted tiles. Recently featured on A&E's "America's Castles." Visit their website.

Mercer Museum

Towering castle houses dramatic displays of the implements, folk art and furnishings of early America before mechanization. Walk into the Central Court and see a Conestoga wagon, whaling boat, carriages and an antique fire engine suspended overhead. There are 40,000 tools of more than 60 early American crafts and trades displayed. Constructed in 1916, it is a National Historic Landmark. Visit their website.

James A. Michener Art Museum

Exquisitely renovated historic prison site houses a world-class collection of Pennsylvania Impressionist paintings including the spectacular 22-foot mural, A Wooded Watershed, by Daniel Garber. Also on view is the museum's collection of important regional contemporary and figurative art and changing exhibitions. Other highlights include the Commonwealth Gallery of 20th century/contemporary works, the Nakashima Reading Room, The Patricia D. Pfundt Sculpture Garden, and a permanent exhibit on author James A. Michener. Visit their website.

Moravian Pottery & Tile Works

The Moravian Pottery and Tile Works, a National Historic Landmark, is maintained as a "working  history" museum by Pennsylvania's County of Bucks, Department of Parks and Recreation.  Handmade tiles are still produced in a manner similar to that developed by the pottery's founder and builder, Henry Chapman Mercer (1856-1930).  Mercer was a major proponent of the Arts & Crafts Movement in America.  He directed the work at the pottery from 1898 until his death in 1930. Learn more.

Peace Valley Park and Lake Galena

Peace Valley Park is comprised of 1500 acres and includes horseback riding, walkways and bikeways, tennis, hiking, playgrounds, picnicking, fishing and boat rentals. Learn more.

Peace Valley Nature Center

14 miles of nature trails and foot paths. More than 250 species of birds. Guided family nature walks. Gift shop and bookstore with large selection of nature oriented items. Visit their website.

Pearl S. Buck House

Originally built in 1835, the farmhouse was home to Pearl S. Buck and her international family for 38 years. Today, visitors to the National Historic Landmark experience a unique blend of Chinese and 19th Century Pennsylvanian traditions of art and architecture. The tour includes a display of many of Ms. Buck’s literary and humanitarian awards, including the Nobel and Pulitzer Prizes for literature. Visitors to the house can also browse our International Gift Shop, managed and operated by the Pearl Buck Volunteer Association. Spend an hour or two exploring our grounds, or take a few contemplative moments with Pearl Buck at her final resting place. The 60+ acre estate is the site of several special events throughout the year. Learn more.

Solebury Orchards

Located in the center of scenic Bucks County, grows peaches, apples, blueberries, raspberries and other fruits.  The farm is well known for its high quality fruits which are available from summer through winter at the Solebury Orchards Market.  Increasingly popular at the orchard is pick your own, where customers can enjoy themselves surrounded by beautiful fields of berries and orchards. Visit their website.

Shrine of Our Lady of Czestochowa

The National Shrine of Our Lady of Czestochowa occupies approximately 170 acres of land. Located on Beacon Hill, and overlooking Peace Valley Park, the Shrine is the perfect place to come and spend time in prayer and reflection. Celebrations at the shrine include the annual Polish American Festival. Learn more.

Tabora Farm & Orchard

A gourmet country store. Fresh baked goods, savory sandwiches, salads, fruits, pantry items, gourmet gift baskets, veggies, plants and more. Tel 215.249.3016. Visit their website.

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