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Lavender By The Bay

#1 of 2 things to do in East Marion Features Animals
7540 Main Rd, East Marion, NY 11939-1664
+1 631-477-1019
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We have been stopping here for years. We by a hostess gift for our friends in glen cove where we... read more

Reviewed 7 March 2017
katydaylily
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Pawtucket, Rhode Island
smells fantastic!

It is a sea of lavender! Not that far from NYC. You can spend couple of ours there and enjoy the... read more

Reviewed 3 March 2017
Katayoun F
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New York City, New York
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Located in East Marion New York, Lavender by the Bay has been growing the highest quality lavender on Long Island for more than 15 years. We offer seasonal fresh cut bunches, dried lavender, lavender plants, lavender sachets and crafts, and honey from our own beehives. In 2002, we expanded our company by purchasing 17 acres of farmland in East Marion, New York. We have planted twenty varieties of lavender across ten acres of farmland, yielding over 80,000 plants for cultivation. In order to preserve the beauty, form, and peaceful nature of the farm, we must now impose a per person (12 years and older) fee to enter the fields while the flowers are in bloom. This fee goes towards the upkeep and maintenance of the plants, trails, and pavilion. The fee is $8 per person to enter the fields on weekends and national holidays, of which $1 will be donated to a local charity. During the week, the fee is reduced to $5 per person to encourage customers to enjoy the fields during less busy times. The lavender is typically in bloom mid/late June through mid-July, but is ultimately up to Mother Nature.
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“full bloom” (8 reviews)
“gift shop” (6 reviews)
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7540 Main Rd, East Marion, NY 11939-1664
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Reviewed 7 March 2017

We have been stopping here for years. We by a hostess gift for our friends in glen cove where we stay when we go to judge the daylily show at planting fields. On the way back we purchase plants for ourselves.. Our car smells divine....More

3  Thank katydaylily
Reviewed 3 March 2017

It is a sea of lavender! Not that far from NYC. You can spend couple of ours there and enjoy the scenery and take pictures. There is a small cute shop that you can buy dried lavender and hand made postcards!

Thank Katayoun F
Reviewed 1 November 2016

Basically a retail venue (especially when the lavender is finished blooming) but like a very small patch of Provence on Long Island. Shop is home to All Things Lavender. Not cheap by any means, but worth a visit. Is evidently the largest lavender farm on...More

3  Thank sullific
Reviewed 18 October 2016 via mobile

Lavender by the Bay is a hidden gem! Such great pictures there and cute little shop! A lot of bees, just be aware. But highly recommend a visit!

1  Thank Momo M
Reviewed 25 September 2016

What can I say about this gem? It is beautiful and can be very intimate if you go during the week.They currently only had a small patch of English lavender blooming, but it was worth the drive getting out there. I loved it and I...More

Thank Anay M
Reviewed 17 September 2016 via mobile

Our hotel was right next to this location. We couldn't help but stop by since we were greeted by the fragrance every time we entered or exited our room. Unfortunately the season had just ended by the time we decided to make a visit so...More

1  Thank malaika71
Reviewed 27 August 2016

My wife and I stopped by late in the afternoon. Our late August visit fell between the July harvesting of the French lavender and the soon to be harvested English lavender. Both were wonderful.

1  Thank jimburo
Reviewed 22 August 2016

It can get a little crowded in June/July, but the lavender fields are just beautiful! Bring your camera and have a fun time!

Thank mariafA6650HA
Reviewed 21 August 2016

By the time I made it out East all of the lavender was picked but it was still a fun experience. There were chickens running around, fresh farm eggs for sale, a nice place to lounge, and of course plenty of lavender oils, soaps, and...More

1  Thank Jen J
Reviewed 7 August 2016

Taking a ride on the bike, we were smelling lavender in the air a mile down the street. We did not know there was a lavender field store there.W e turned in and bought a few things lavender related in the store, and took a...More

Thank Montauk40
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Francine K
When is the best crop of French lavender in bloom?
15 July 2016|
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Response from omar47 | Reviewed this property |
Late June but call first as this year the bloom was early and when I went late June this year it was very disappointing
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omar47
What is the drive time there from Bayside,Queens on a Sunday in late June?
19 June 2016|
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Response from GeorgiaW55 | Reviewed this property |
I'm sure less than 2 hours
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Jocelyn C
Hi, I would like to know when is the lavender's season? And how much is the ticket for adult and student? Thank you.
18 May 2015|
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Response from Chanan R | Property representative |
Dear Jocelyn, Thank you for your interest in our farm. Our English lavender usually blooms mid to late June followed by our French lavender in early to mid July. Before coming out please check our Facebook page or our... More
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