Purple Rain Lavender Farm is a small 16 acre farm in beautiful Harford County in the town of Churchville, Maryland.  Situated minutes from I-95, the farm is centrally located near the communities of Bel Air, Havre De Grace, and Aberdeen.  Purple Rain Lavender Farm is owned by locals Tom and Pam Fry.  The farm has had a rich history since 1962 of raising horses and farm crops. In 2007, Tom, Pam, and their children moved to the family farm and began sharing in the duties of her parents small farm, raising horses, and harvesting hay.  Over the past nine years the Fry family has fostered the love for horses and animals started by her grandparents and parents over the past 50 years. During the years of caring for horses the family found lavender to provide benefits for their animals and reduced the insect pests around the barn.  Today, Purple Rain Lavender Farm is a flegling lavender farming business, with horses, goats, chickens, dogs and cats roaming the farm.  We hope to carry on the family love of farming in the rich soils of Northeastern Harford County sharing a love for a heritage plant that has brought so much benefit and calm to the people and pets on Purple Rain Lavender Farm.