Since 2014 it has been our mission to create natural lavender products that actually work, made here at our farm from our lavender we grow.
Each product is hand crafted using only to best ingredients in each one. We only use 100% natural from a stem distallation Lavender essential oil - no fillers!
We believe in the power of mother nature to provide us with the best natural ingredients. All of our products are Handmade using traditional methods in Dahlonega, Ga - foothills of the Appalacian Mountains, such as hand harvesting at peak time and century aged method of drying our lavender upside down.
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Since we use our cultivated with care farm grown lavender we can offer the best prices for our products.
RED OAK LAVENDER FARM is located in the North Georgia foothills close to vineyards, river waterways, and the historic town of Dahlonega. We've been growing lavender in Georgia for nine years - 4,000 lavender plants, Dahlias, Zinnia, and more flowers. And... expanding for 2023.
Hours: Wednesday-Friday 11-3, Saturday 10-4, & Sunday 1-4.
Last Farm 2022 Open Day is Dec. 18th. Onlilne sales will continue. Farm Re-opens Feb.8th 2023
We were able to accomplish the impossible here at our farm and our miracle lavender gardens. Our French Cottage Shop takes our lavender from the fields and create over 100 different lavender products - from our farm to you - Natural, pure, and highest quality possible.
Lotions, and More
Lavender Filled Warmies
Culinary Lavender - All Sizes
We grow thousands of flowers! Filled with flowers of all kinds now from Spring through to Autumn. Dahlias, Zinnias, Sunflowers, Gomphrenas, Celocia, Roses, Foxgloves, Canola, and our English garden flowers: Sweet Pea, Larkspur, Baby's Breath, Hollyhocks, Queen Ann's Lace and more. Red Oak Lavender Farm is becomming the place for photographers, families, and naturalists.
Update for 2023: We have divided up all our Dahlias to expand our Dahlias from 2,000 to twenty times this much! So what to do? We will be creating a new Dahlia field in a maze design to allow our visitors a place to wonder and take amazing photos with more of a natural look. We will also have some Dahlia tubers available for sale in Spring. We are also planting more Lavender and will start off Spring with 1,000 white tulips in bloom with striking purple alliums.
2023 will be our 10th year of growing lavender and expanding the farm with thousands of varities of flowers. So we have decided to be a year of sharing our love of lavender and flowers with our visitors. Come join us in 2023 for a year packed full of learning from how to classes, to Appalacian Arts, and how we create some our products.New for 2023
Lavender is amazing!
If you are thinking about adding a few lavender plants Spring is the best time to plant. During the months of late July through August it is way to hot and humid in Georgia to plant. And Fall is not long enough time for plants to get adjusted to survive through winter. We always have lots of lavender plants available for purchase in Spring and carry 10 -12 different varieties to choose from. All of our plants are organic and do not have fertilizer to stress them out. We also Harden them off so when you purchase your plant they are ready to go in your ground.
Mid April - end of June, as availablity lasts we have baby lavender plants. We usually have 10 varieities of lavender to choose from.Lavender Varieties
When does lavender bloom here? With 543 different varieites of lavender we can expect lavender of one variety or all from May - September, with full bloom in June. The sunflowers we begin germination in winter for our first bloom in June to coincide with the lavender and a second bloom in autumn. We also have over 900+ Dahlias which begin to bloom in late June through beginning of autumn. Let's not forget our other flowers, such as zinnias, roses, hollyhocks, foxgloves, snapdragons, etc... begin to bloom the end of June through till autumn.More FAQ
Flowers from May - September
A Miracle Here In Georgia
Enjoy a Day in the Fields
Even the leaves of lavender smell!
We have Sunflowers, Dahlias, & Wildflowers
Why lavender and why try so hard to get lavender to grow in Georgia?
Lavender has many health benefits and more than just relaxing properties. For way too many years Georgia residents have not known about lavender and all the health benefits lavender provide for us. It is one herb that we can actually use all parts of the plant. Intermedias are for bath and beauty uses and Angustifolias (English culinary) is sweet and adds a bit of culinary complexity to any dessert or drink. Lavender is an antiseptic, anti-fungal, and probiotic.
In 2014 we started planting our first crop of just 500 lavender and 9 different varieties. This was a totally new adventure, since NO One had grown lavender in Georgia past year two without crop failure. But we had small parcel of pasture at our home and decided this beautiful herb was worth trying. Today we grow about 4,000 lavender plants of 19 different varieties, some plants 8 years of age. We have learned a lot through in-depth research, lavender conferences, visiting lavender farms in person and speaking with lavender growers from Arizona, South Carolina, North Carolina, Sequim Washington and also abroad to the Provence area of France and Ireland. UGA visits our farm yearly to check with us to see how we are growing lavender in this harsh environment and being successful.More Information