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Welcome . . .

 to Red Oak Lavender Farm LLC     

Established in 2014, Red Oak Lavender Farm is a small lavender farm (but largest so far in Georgia) located at the foothills of the North Georgia Mountains in historic Dahlonega, Georgia. We grow and use our own lavender to create some of the most amazing all natural lavender products.

Come walk among our miracle lavender and see for yourself what makes us so special.

Experts stated we could not grow lavender in Georgia, but when you have a dream to create something so beautiful you do not give up!  We grow about 2,000 lavender plants and with our harvested lavender we make the best all natural lavender products that we carry in our farm shop and online. Our products are made here on the farm in small quantities in order to provide you with the freshest possible lavender products. Whereas in most places the products sit in warehouses for maybe up to a year before they are shipped to their stores. Our products are only made with 100% pure lavender, essential oil, never synthetic fragrance. So try some of our products today and smell the difference. 
*Shipping is always USPS to provide our customers with the lowest shipping prices possible. 
 
 

Check out our reviews!

Own your own shop and want to carry our products? Ask about our wholesale ordering at redoaklavender@gmail.com 

Our Farm

 Do Not expect the rows and rows of lavender as in France or in Washington state. Due to our high humidity and amount of rainfall we must grow in test gardens to allow air flow. We have about 60 rows, each 100 feet long, throughout our 2.5 acres of lavender. This is a lot of lavender for Georgia! I know... it takes a week working in the fields every day, 8 hours, for 4 people to harvest what we have. We also live here, like most lavender growers do. We must keep a careful watch on the conditions of our lavender.
* Note: Lavender plants are only available for sale from May - July.
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Want to learn how to grow lavender successfully?
Lavender 101 Class
Why learn from us:
*We have "6" years experience of successfully growing lavender in Georgia! Not an easy job to grow lavender in Georgia/South. First farm in Georgia to do this successfully at this level for the amount of years.
*UGA - consults with owners and did a documentary on how they grow lavender here in Georgia. UGA could not believe we could do it and we did!
* Many magazines and newspaper have written articles about our farm and our miracle lavender. AJC, Gainesville Times, Southwest Georgia Living Magazine... and more.
*  2 years teaching others how to grow lavender in the South. Great reviews!
*Attendees receive a handbook - instructions and notes to take home after the class of everything that was covered in class and all questions are answered during your class.
Class is Oct. 5th 10:30 - 12: 00 for home gardener: *sign up here for class
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*Advance Class for ones wanting to start a lavender farm is
Oct. 5th 2:30 - 5:00 *sign up here for this class.
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History of Lavender is very interesting. Did you know that Egyptians used it in mummification? And the Romans used it. Lavender or "spikenard" is even mentioned in the Bible. Lavender then has been used for many centuries and its benefits are truly amazing. Check out the history of Lavender by clicking here.
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Lavender Farm Consultations
Thinking about starting your own lavender farm in the South? Need help with how to grow lavender successfully and how to start up your own lavender farm in the South? We do farm visits consultations! Save time and money by getting expert advise from us of how to grow this difficulty cultivar in the hot humid climate of the South. We will come to your farm for the day and assess your soil, lavender layout, teach you how to plant, what amendments you need to grow in our hot humid climate and Georgia clay soil, how to maintain your lavender, prune lavender, and how to harvest. Growing lavender in Georgia is very difficult unless you know how to do it. Use our knowledge and expertise of growing lavender in the South from us. Lavender is a Mediterranean plant that prefers dry rocky alkaline soil and arid climate. Avoid the pitfalls and failures of growing this amazing plant, so you too can grow lavender in the South. Experience the pleasures and reward of owning your own lavender farm. For more details and fee contact us at reoaklavender@gmail.com.
*For wholesale plant orders - orders must be received by Dec. 20 for Spring pick ups.

Events

Look at the Amazing activities we have planned for next!

Lavender 101 Class Oct. 5th and Oct. 19th @ 10:30, Wreath Making, Bath Salt Class, Lavender Wand making classes, Painting in the Lavender Fields (May & June), Tea Party, Music in Lavender Field (June 13, 2020 5:00 - 8:00), Lavender Farm Consult Class Oct. Oct. 5th @ 4:30 (if you want to grow large amounts of lavender, and U-Picks all through June and July.

*So sorry, but we are not having a festival for 2020.

Links for sign up coming soon!

 

Our Location

Come, relax, enjoy our beautiful lavender field and smell the miracle that we have been able to create. Fill up your senses with the beauty and fragrance of lavender! Admission is free, except during the month of June ($5 per adult) when the fields are in bloom. *We do harvest the last week of June.

Our Visitor Policy

We are open from March 1st through mid-December with 
days Wednesday, Thursday, Friday  11- 3 and  Saturday 10 - 4 to welcome visitors.
*We love dogs and all animals, but please No dogs allowed since we have grow culinary lavender and have chickens too.
*We are no longer accepting photographers to do sessions on the farm.
Thank you!
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Lavender For Weddings! 

We make lavender bouquets and all lavender needs for weddings.

 Click here for more detailed information about taking photos at our farm.
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706-974-8230 
Our location: 2882 Red Oak Flats Road. Dahlonega, GA 30533
photos credit: Melissa Giles Photography