Family owned lavender farm reopens to the public

May 12, 2021 | 12:01 am

Updated May 11, 2021 | 11:34 pm

Lavender Farm

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Hawesville, KY, May 2021 — After closing last year due to the pandemic, the Ramsey family looks forward to welcoming visitors to their lavender farm this summer.

Big Roots reopens on May 29, 2021. The farm will be open every Friday (9-3), Saturday (9-3) and Sunday (11-3) through July 4th. Visitors are welcome to shop the Big Roots store and cut a fresh bundle of lavender for $10. They offer fresh lavender lemonade, lavender coffee, and lavender products. There is no entry fee.

“We have been so lucky to welcome visitors from near and far. We love watching people enjoy the butterflies, smell the lavender, gain some peace in the labyrinth, and embrace nature. When we moved from the city just four years ago to begin this adventure, we never imagined the number of visitors we would welcome. We hope to see even more people this year join us in celebrating this dream come true!” says Erin Ramsey, owner.

Big Roots is also launching their locally grown hemp product, Full Spectrum Distillate CBD Oil.

“We are proud to be a part of Kentucky’s rich history and the recent movement of hemp farming,” says Doug Ramsey, owner.

The mission of Big Roots Farm is to GROW PEACE by offering experiences and products that contribute to the well-being of others.

Big Roots is the perfect destination for a day trip. It is located a little over an hour from Louisville, KY and Evansville, IN. Indianapolis is 3 hours and Nashville 2.5 hours. Pack a picnic, load up your cameras and enjoy a beautiful visit in the rolling hills of Kentucky.

Address: 3204 Truman Young Road, Hawesville, KY
Special Events are posted on Facebook.

May 12, 2021 | 12:01 am

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