Lovemore Lavender

November 17, 2019

Annabel Redisch
Grow your own saffron from Lovemore Lavender.

If a product can have lavender in it, Lovemore Lavender probably sells it. The Calvert County based farm has been making everything from lavender-scented bracelets to lavender-flavored honey for eight years.

“What lavender does is it relaxes you and it de-stresses you,” Loveless Lavender owner Maria Loveless said.

In addition to the array of lavender products, Lovemore Lavender Farm offers a tea room and a pick-your-own lavender field at their farm. They also have a field that customers can rent specifically for Insta-worthy photoshoots.

The farm, founded in the 1940s, has existed for four generations, but the Loveless family hasn’t always sold lavender. In the past, they grew tobacco and vegetables. They switched to lavender to distinguish their company.

“Everybody does vegetables,” Loveless said. “We wanted to do something different.”

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