Johnson Hill Farm
Johnson Hill Farm is a unique place where you will find a Lavender Labyrinth, Doves, an 1800s Cemetery, and more - all high on a hill, down in a hollow of scenic Buckland, Massachusetts.
It is the home of the Lavender Labyrinth where you can experience the beauty of nature and aroma of Lavender.
The Lavender Festival is held here during the last full weekend of June each year.
Guests are invited to call ahead to schedule their visits. Visitors have arranged to walk the labyrinth during the full moon of summer, mid-day to embrace the Fall Foliage and especially during the Lavender Festival in June.
Entering the labyrinth can be a healthy walk or a gentle wander through the lavender, or for some a spiritual exercise or experience.
Our doves are released daily for exercise (weather and season permitting).
For those interested in historic cemeteries, we now carefully tend the Johnson Hill Cemetery. Photos are encouraged, but the stones are too fragile now to allow rubbings.
Lavender grown and hand-harvested from the Labyrinth on the South Meadow provides the material for fresh cut or dried lavender and related hand-crafted products. Tucked between the plants you will find ''verb garden stones'' (some practical, others whimsical) on display. Other crafts become available when inspiration and skill decide to work successfully together.
- Lavender Festival in June
- Lavender Labyrinth
- 1800s historic cemetery
- Cut or dried lavender and hand-crafted products