Make Yourself at Home
Welcome to Lavender Fields at Pumpkin Blossom Farm. It's been our dream to invite people to our very special property that has been the center of our family's gatherings, special events and weddings since 2007. It is truly a magical place, with positive energy and it's only been enhanced by the healing and calming qualities of lavender.
While first serving as a vacation retreat for our family, we rented the home to wonderful guests from 40 states and 7 different countries over the span of 9 years. In 2016, when we finally made Warner our forever home, we knew we wanted to continue to share its beauty, improve upon its special features and create a calming and inviting respite for people to enjoy in the same way we've enjoyed it for years. We could envision people sitting in the field escaping the stresses, worries and burdens that life sometimes brings.
From the very first guests, to the very last of our inaugural season, we were overwhelmed by the outpouring of kindness, generosity, support and well wishes - the very essence of the lavender lifestyle in action. When we started this little project it was about creating an experience for others but we had no idea how much joy we'd get in return and for that, we thank you.
Missy & Mike Biagiotti
Turning a Vision into Reality
The daydreaming, planning and planting of the field has spanned over several years. And it continues today. We continue to learn, make mistakes, celebrate successes, look for ways to improve and create a unique experience for our guests.
Our sloping hillside, set on our nearly 14 acre farm, is the perfect sun drenched location to serve as the backdrop for our 6,000 lavender plants of the variety Phenomenal, Sensational and Big Time Blue.
We look forward to evolving and growing, adding new experiences for visitors to enjoy and spreading the lavender lifestyle.
A history of bringing people together
Built in 1790, this special property has a centuries old tradition of creative energy and bringing people together. Once a boarding house for visiting guests during the Civil War, this property has since evolved into many things including an art center, a manufacturing location for Warner Wood Stoves, a horse farm and a wedding and catering facility know as Pumpkin Blossom Farm.
As stewards of this beautiful home and land, we honor it's history while looking forward to our sweet smelling future at Lavender Fields at Pumpkin Blossom Farm.