At the foot of Smith Rock State Park in Central Oregon, Terrebonne Lavender is a small, family-owned farm started in 2020 and sells directly to consumers.

The higher altitude and sandy soil of Central Oregon offer a similar environment to the high plateau of Provence in Southern France producing a lavender in line with the traditional French fragrance. We use eco-friendly and environmentally sustainable practices:

  • No chemicals, pesticides, or herbicides used
  • Drought-tolerant crop that reduces water usage
  • Energy self-sufficient from solar panels

“These lavender sets make the best gifts! They are beautifully packaged and the scent when opening the box is wonderful. All items feel very premium and you can tell a lot of effort goes into each product. This is my new go-to for myself and for gifts, I can’t recommend Terrebonne Lavender enough!”

– Grant (via Etsy)


Lavender is the perfect synonym to purple and also symbolizes peace and serenity. Lavender bouquets are often gifted as a sign of goodwill, understanding and forgiveness.


In France, Lavender represents the 46th wedding anniversary gift and in England it is the color of the 26th anniversary gift.


The word “lavender” comes from “lavare,” which means ‘to wash’ in Latin. Early Romans, Egyptians, and others throughout the region added lavender to their bath soaps, associating its fragrance with cleanliness and good health.

“I was so excited to receive my package from Terrebonne Lavender! It was packaged beautifully and received timely. Both the lavendin and the maillette essential oils smell wonderful and feel so great on my skin. I highly recommend making your next lavender oil purchase from Terrebonne Lavender!”

– Karen (via Etsy)

Proud Members of

US Lavender Growers Association
Lavender Northwest