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Visit MAY through OCT

Farm Open: May-Oct Wednesday-Sunday 12-5pm  ~  Meadery Open: Saturdays & Sundays 12-5pm

Jefferson County Public Health COVID-19 Protocols:
Masks required indoors regardless of vaccination status.
At the Meadery: Vaccination cards required if sipping indoors, not required if ordering at the bar and sipping outdoors.

Gift Cards


Now available... 

eGift Cards for the farm and meadery. Recipients print the eGift Card with its redemption code and bring it on their next visit, or show us the eGift Card on their mobile device. The redemption code is entered at checkout.

{eGift Cards for farm and meadery sold separately}


Farm News

Hours: Wed-Sun 12-5pm (through October)


U-pick Pumpkins OPEN 

Certified organic pumpkins in all shapes, sizes and colors 75¢ per lb. Uchiki Kuri squash and decorative pumpkins $1.75 per lb.








U-pick Flowers OPEN

All you can fit in an 8-inch twist tie $9.

Baskets, snips and twist ties provided.







Visit the Farm Store for:

LAVENDER essential oils, lotions, balms

WOODCRAFTS for home and garden

Blackberry Blossom HONEY

MEAD by the bottle


While you're here...

Walk our nature trails.

Meet and feed our British Soay sheep.

Sip mead at the meadery on weekends.


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Meadery News

Hours: Saturdays & Sundays 12-5pm


Mead tastes, flights, pours, and by-the-bottle.

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New Mead Release ~ Autumnal

Autumnal is a traditional lightly sweet mead infused with autumn-inspired natural spices cinnamon, nutmeg, clove and vanilla bean. This mead is perfect for Fall and upcoming holidays, sipped with savory comfort foods or after dinner with baked pears, apple pie ...and good friends. Try it warmed!


Surface Design Art Show 

On display through October

Farm. Fresh. Art.

Quilting, beading, collage, embroidery ~ an amazing array of textile art techniques created by members of the North Peninsula Surface Design Association on display

at the meadery through October.

Visit Saturdays and Sundays 12-5pm.

What We Grow

--------------- Certified Organic U-Pick ---------------

Lavender, Port Townsend
Flowers, Port Townsend
Pumpkins, Port Townsend

About Us

simple pleasures. relax. enjoy.

Wilderbee is a certified organic, family-run farm specializing in u-pick lavender, flowers, and pumpkins.


We raise honeybees for pollination and a conservation flock of rare, primitive British Soay sheep for wool. During summer we distill lavender for essential oil ~ available at our farm store along with our lavender lotions and balms, blackberry blossom honey, bottles of mead, and unique woodcrafts made by Dad.


In 2019 we opened a meadery {The Mead Werks} at the farm ~ a production barn and tasting room specializing in small-batch traditional and barrel-aged meads. 


Wilderbee is located in the scenic, historic seaport and arts community of Port Townsend on Washington's beautiful Olympic Peninsula. In 2011 we built Wilderbee as a destination with visitors in mind, to provide a relaxing place for folks to explore and enjoy simple pleasures. Bring a picnic. Feed the sheep. Pick a bouquet. Sip some mead. Walk our nature trails. Enjoy the day at Wilderbee.

For Everyone’s Comfort & Safety:

Watch your step, pathways may be uneven. 

Avoid walking through crop rows. Use aisles.

Accompany young children at all times.

Keep dogs at home or safely in your vehicle.

Service dogs are welcome.

Thank you for not smoking.


Our Commitment

We are committed to stewarding our land organically and aesthetically, 

securing the future of rare and native 

livestock breeds, and providing healthy habitat and forage to protect wildlife and natural pollinators.

Our Mission

Provide a relaxing place to explore and enjoy simple pleasures on the farm.

Research, experiment, and share innovative organic practices for small

acreage farming.


Aspire to harmoniously integrate

farm life with wildlife. 

Casey & Eric

Owners, Operators, Farmgeeks

Our Values

To laugh often and much. 

To win the respect of intelligent people. To earn the appreciation of honest critics. To appreciate beauty. To find the best in others. To leave the world a bit better; whether by a healthy child, a garden patch, or a redeemed social condition. To know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived. 

This is to have succeeded.

~Bessie Anderson Stanley

Larry (Dad)

Woodworker & Farmer