Fresh cut Flowers on the Weekends in the Shop!
One of the largest Lavender Fields in Georgia, with, Lavender Products, & Flowers...We were able to accomplish the impossible here with 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.
Farm is open:
Hours: Wednesday - Friday 11-3, Saturday 10-4, & Sunday 1-4pm.
Our cottage flowers are in full bloom now!
Do you love lavender products? We have developed the best products using our Georgia farm grown lavender. Harvested at peak bloom time and distilled in our copper steam distiller or dried to perfection. Never stored in hot warehouses. Each product is made one by one to check quality and only made in small quantities to offer our customers the freshest products possible. Each product recipe was made and developed over the years and tested to make sure we wanted to share only the best products. Purchase now and see too why so many customers are returned customers - loving our lavender products.Products
Even though our u-pick season has ended to allow visitors to enjoy walking among the flowers and take photos.
We will also have fresh flowers bouquets in the shop for you to purchase on Saturdays and Sundays while they last.
Check out our dried lavender and flower bouquets as well and we have in our shop over a hundred different bath and beauty lavender products we make right here with our lavender from our farm! Enjoy walking beneath our drying flowers at the ceiling. We stay busy daily handcrafting each product ensuring the best ingredients into each product.
At this time of year we have lots of Zinnias, Gomphrenas, and Dahlias in bloom.
At this time, July - December we allow photographing at the farm with 35 mm or cell phone only during open hours!
*We do not allow people with props, displays, or drone.
*Proper clothing is a must.
*Check our Facebook page for current photos - we do not send photographers photos due to our busy schedule.Professional Photographers
Our classes have come to an end for the summer. We do not have an inside venue for classes, so they are either at our barn overhang or side deck from shop. Please check back for 2024 classes: from Wine Glass Painting, Wreath Making: Spring Floral or Lavender, Bath & Beauty, Flower Pounded Towel, Lavender Halo Crown were a big success this year.
So sorry we do not make classes up for groups in July - August due to very hot and humid weather conditions. Thank you for understanding.
Here at the farm, youngsters enjoy looking at our chickens and feeding them. They are housed in an mazing coop, which keeps them safe from predators. We do provide their eggs to Jeremiah's Place, which is a safe place for battered moms with their children.
We have honeybees as well. Once a year - in July - we extract our lavender honey and have it available in our shop. It's gone in 2 weeks!
Be aware: We also have bumble bees, since they too love lavender and flowers.
We love dog. In fact I use to show my dogs and have own dogs for most of my life, but ask that you please don't bring your pets to our family home/farm. We have thought long and hard about this, but to allow our lavender to grow and all to enjoy the farm we have have to make certain restrictions.
Unfortunately, dog urine kills lavender plants and without lavender plants we would not have this farm. Lavender is very tricky to grow here, they prefer low pH, and must protect it. We also sell some to restaurants and distillery.
We do have chickens and also have a lot of bees here at the farm - honeybees and bumble bees (they love lavender and flowers).
If you brought your dog and you must walk them - please go over next door to the front of the trailer. This is also our property, but please do not bring them into the farm with lavender and flowers. Also some people may have allergies to dogs and some people may be afraid of dogs. We want all people to enjoy the farm, and want to continue the farm for many years to come.
*We do allow certified service dogs. Please check in at the shop when you arrive or contact us before arriving. We ask that service dogs please stay away from chicken coop, since our chickens view all canines as predators and will not lay eggs for several days after and the families at Jeremiah's Place depend on our eggs to help feed their families (we donate our eggs to these battered moms with children).
The ADA does not consider emotional support animals as service animals.
We appreciate your understanding and wish we didn't have to enforce this policy.
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