USDA Certified Organic Farm

123 FARM

At 123 Farm, we embrace forward thinking and new ideas that promote sustainability, environmental health, and consequently, human health. All produce grown on the property is certified organic and comes from heirloom, non-GMO seed. We are Southern California's largest certified organic lavender farm with over 20 acres of lavender growing. The lavender is used in our kitchen as well as in a line of skin care and beauty products. The farm also raises sheep, heirloom chickens, pigs and a llama.



Lavender Festival

Our most popular event features a variety of culinary delights made with our organically grown lavender. Stroll through the lavender fields taking in the fragrance, broaden your knowledge at any of our free workshops, enjoy live music and learn about our history on a horse-drawn wagon tour.



Education through Farming


Would you like to bring your class on a trip to 123 Farm? Highland Springs Ranch & Inn and 123 Farm offer field trips for pre-K to 12th grade students. Once at the farm, students will have a chance to see and take part in a real working farm. Our instructors are employees that run the farm on a day to day basis and have a passion for educating the next generation about how commercial versus organic farming can affect the environment, eating healthy and  humane care of animals.

Summer Camp

A camp for the budding farmer and chef, experience life on an organic farm with cooking classes.



School Programs

The farm offers day and overnight programs tailored for school groups to gain hands-on experience on the farm.



Farm Shop

We offer products that are made with organic ingredients grown on our farm that are truly farm-to-bottle. Carefully handmade in small batches, our products are USDA certified organic. From lavender lotion and soaps to estate olive oil, our products are make great gifts.



Organic Galleries

The Organic Galleries are a unique set of twelve shops housed in historic cottages. The shops showcase the various organic products that come from our farm. Most shops have a point of experience where guests may see firsthand the processing and producing of goods.



Farm Animals

A big part of 123 Farm that many people never get to see is our livestock. Learn more about the animals we raise organically on the farm and how we use them.





During "Lavender Season" (June-July), the grounds are sometimes open for self-guided tours. The entrance fee if $3 per person, payable at the front desk upon arrival. The lavender fields will be closed during weddings, camps or other special events. We highly recommend that you call before your visit (951-845-1151).






Please observe the rules of the farm:

1. No picking lavender (or other natural resources including pine cones, rocks, flowers, etc.).

2. No outside food or beverages.

3. No pets.

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