Are you ready to get outside and enjoy nature. Are you one that enjoys using products that are pure & simple.
AT RED OAK LAVENDER FARM WE STRIVE TO CREATE THE HIGHEST QUALITY LAVENDER PRODUCTS. THIS IS WHY WE TAKE OUR LAVENDER FROM PLANT TO BOTTLE HERE.
Life's tough, busy World made us realize to slow down and get back to nature, smell the flowers, and cherish the moments.
Visits to the farm is free.
Group tours are $5 per person and need to register.
Use CODE: SPRING2021 for 10% OFF, excluding plants.
We heard your request - we've been busy all winter germinating and growing flowers of all kinds, from Alliums to Zinnas. Sunflowers total over 700 and our Dahllas total over 500 this year. We are also adding 1,000 new lavender plants. With the property filled with flowers and lavender how could you not resist a visit to our farm. Bring your cameras for amazing keepsake memories.
When does lavender bloom here? There are 423 different varieites of lavender and wach one has their own bloom time. We grow 9 different varieities and must grow the ones that seem to thrive best in our climate. English culinary lavender really doesn't prefer our heat so much, but do grow it in smaller scale, which blooms in May and again in September. Stoechas (Spanish) lavender blooms from April through September. Our huge and most abundant lavender here at the farm blooms from the beginning to mid June - is harvested when 1/3 have bloomed so the buds stay attached to the stems during drying process and retain most of the oils. Provence lavender blooms in June and again in September.
Check our Facebook page for current photos.
Lavender Plant Sale: April 16th - June, based on availability. We sell our 4” lavender plants at our shop for 8.00 each, set of 4 plants for 30.00, and a flat of 18 plants for 110.00. Varieties are: Grosso, Phenomenal, Super, Impress Purple, Gros Bleu, Sensational, Bridget Chloe, True Grosso, Buena Vista, and Super Blue - while they last. I’m sorry but we do not ship our plants.
We started our lavender farm in 2014, when experts in the field stated we could Not grow lavender in Georgia, due to our large amount of rainfall, high humidity, and clay soil. We proved them wrong with our planting methods. You too can learn how to plant Lavender here in the Southeast by taking one of our classes or purchase your lavender plants here!
May classes are full and working with our schedule now to check dates for classes in June. Check back soon!
*We follow sanitizing guidelines of cleaning shop multiple times daily.
*At this time we do not offer open testing jars. If you want to sample our lotion ask staff for an individual test sample swab.
*All soaps are sealed.
*Plexiglass divider at counter.
*2 doors to shop: enter and exit.
*Offer Curbside and online ordering.
*Our staff wear masks.
Enjoy our farm, relax and have a wonderful time enjoying lavender as we do.
Thank you so much for visiting and for understanding.
We are very fortunate that Lavender is an antiseptic, anti-bacterial, and anti -fungal.