Learn how you too can grow your own lavender garden here in Georgia!
Growing Lavender is one of the most amazing plant to grow!! Its sight and smell is like heaven and the benefits is a must to include in your garden, but can be most difficult to grow in Georgia if you don't know our tips. Join us for this Lavender 101 workshop on April 18th and learn how you too can grow Lavender in your backyard.
In this class, we will take a close look in our fields to see, touch, smell, and learn first hand the different Lavender varieties that grow well in the South, soil preparation, maintenance, how to harvest and when, and Lavender's benefits. Participants will also learn what you can make from Lavender and will receive a free Lavender plant to get you started. You will also receive a take home notebook with all we cover in class.
Space is limited and classes fill up fast. Many people have tried to grow Lavender in Georgia's acidic soil and high humidity and always fail. See how you can be successful and truly enjoy this miracle herb in your own garden.
Information on instructors: David and Tina Duffey own the largest Lavender farm open to the public in Georgia. The Lavender farm was started in 2014 and have grown over 22 different varieties of Lavender to focus on the hardiest Lavender that can grow in Georgia. UGA have documented their success. David is a retired DOT materials Engineer and Tina is retired certified teacher and trained/cert. in Shaker's Herbal Training. Members of USLGA, Appalachian Grown, and Georgia Grown.
Pamper Mom with a class together. Each person will make 4 oz Sugar Scrub, 4 oz Bath Salt, and put together your own Lavender Sachet. Learn a lot about lavender, how it is used, and its benefits, all while enjoying lavender lemonade and lavender goodies. This class is sure to fill up fast, so sign up now!
Music in the Lavender: June 13th from 5-8pm (cooler on the farm at this time to enjoy listening to Live Music, bring your own picnic basket, and purchase some of our Lavender ice cream made by Cleveland's Mountain Creamery. What could be better live music, and the sights and smell of lavender in bloom! Tickets go on sale April 1st 2020.