Cedarbrook Lavender Farm Story

A history that smells good

Built in the late 1800s, the historic Bell House, was once a 160-acre homestead to Sequim, Washington's second settler, John Bell, an Englishman who came to the Pacific Northwest to work for the Hudson Bay Company. 

Fast forward 100+ years to 1967, Karen McReynolds cultivated the land surrounding the Bell House and launched Cedarbrook Lavender and Herb Farm, the first herb farm in Washington State that had a focus of handcrafted lavender goods and herb plants.

Today, the tradition of lavender continues with The Stachurski Family, who took over ownership in 2005. Now known as Cedarbrook Lavender Farm, our handcrafted lavender bath and body, aromatherapy, and culinary products are made locally in Sequim, WA, known as the "Lavender Capital of North America."