Product Highlight: Culinary herbs and salts

culinary lavender salt

Give our culinary herbs and salts a try!

Los Poblanos is not only a gorgeous lavender farm but also an award-winning culinary destination. Informed by the daily harvest, we strive to celebrate the foods indigenous to New Mexico's Rio Grande Valley and our Farm Foods collection brings staples from our pantry to your home. We are thrilled to share them with you in a new way.

Posted: 28 Jan, 2020 Filed Under: All Things Lavender, Rio Grande Valley Cuisine

Product Highlight: Lavender Salve

los poblanos lavender salve

Learn the story of our best-selling product

The Los Poblanos Lavender Salve is a staple on the farm. The first product in our ever-growing line, the lavender salve was created by our founder and owner Penny Rembe. Our Lavender Salve was originally created for and is still used as an intensive way to treat hard-working hands around the farm. Since its humble beginnings where it was made in small batches and hand poured from a 1930's Garland stove, our signature lavender salve has been our number one selling item and shows no sign of slowing down.

Posted: 14 Jan, 2020 Filed Under: All Things Lavender

A look back on an amazing year

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2019 at Los Poblanos

As the property slows down after the holiday season, we’re taking time to look back on 2019. The year was filled with many exciting changes at Los Poblanos, from the addition of chickens and sheep to the farm to improving benefits for our growing number of employees. With a complex business, we are constantly challenging ourselves to innovate and be good stewards of the land. While we certainly faced hurdles and setbacks, we are thrilled to share some of our accomplishments from the year as we rolled up our sleeves to further our mission of sustainable agriculture, hospitality, historic preservation and community.

Winter Wellness Retreat

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The Winter Wellness Retreat is quickly approaching!

We're looking forward to welcoming you to the farm soon for this restorative and serene retreat. Read on for a weekend itinerary, and note that some time will be spent out of doors. January in New Mexico can be chilly, so make sure to come prepared. Dinner on Friday and breakfast and lunch on Saturday are included in the retreat programming. If you have any dietary restrictions, please email Shaelyn by Monday, January 6, to ensure the culinary team has sufficient time to make appropriate substitutions. To make dinner reservations at Campo on Saturday evening, simply book online. For breakfast reservations on Sunday morning, please contact the Inn directly at 505-344-9297 ext 0 or email Reservations as reservations for breakfast are exclusively available for guests of the Inn and cannot be made online.

Posted: 3 Jan, 2020 Filed Under: Events, Farm Life