Lavender Festival Market

Friday Noon to 6 PM -   Saturday 9 AM to 6 PM -  Sunday 10 AM to 4 PM

A festival-goer's favorite, this popular market features local and regional lavender farms with booths selling their own lavender, lavender products and plants on the historic Blanco town square, along with unique and beautiful creations by over 100 of the finest artisans and craftspeople in Texas.

Meet some of our Amazing Vendors:

Tasha Brieger Corradini - Hill Country Lavender

The first commercial lavender farm in Texas, Hill Country Lavender is an all-around treat for the senses with panoramic views, lavender plants spread in neat rows across a scenic hilltop, and beautiful, handmade lavender products.

Elly Fleegal – Fleegal Farms Soap

Palm free soap and skincare handmade from Texas rainwater, scented with essential oils, and colored with herbs, clays, and minerals.

Rose Eide – Lampasas Ridge Lavender

Established in 2007, Lampasas Ridge Lavender has something for everyone, including the gentlemen, with the introduction of our new men’s lavender products.

Debby Andreas - A Little Piece of Art

Featuring upcycled canvas bags made from military tents and tarps, leather bags and accessories, and vintage-style lace and crocheted vests and blouses.

John and Seantel Cockle - The Bell Collection

Beautiful handcrafted sterling silver bell pendants and charms with a special story for each piece.

George Boutwell - Texas Artist

Original, Texas-themed artwork including watercolors, prints, cards, calendars and a coffee table book: “Texas in My Windshield”.

Amber Busboom - Cypress Creek Lavender

Handmade lavender products for bath, body and home.

Please, No Pets

For the health and safety of your pets, we ask that you do not bring them to the Festival.
 Service animals are welcome; please leave all others in the comfort of home