Graystem Farm is a small farmstead – veteran owned and operated – nestled within the gently rolling landscape of the lower Piedmont in Virginia between the James and Appomattox Rivers. In the 18th century, this land was a small part of “Fairfield,” a 1000+ acre farmstead owned by the Reverend Christopher McRae. Today the farmstead is named “Graystem” for the dogwoods that line a spring fed creek along its eastern boundary and the silver-gray foliage of our lavender plants.
We currently grow ten varieties of lavender along with seasonal selections of unique, beautiful and FRESH specialty flowers & foliage grown right here, not shipped in from overseas markets.
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Graystem Farm is a proud member of the Association of Speciality Cut Flower Growers and the U.S. Lavender Growers Association.