to Red Oak Lavender Farm LLC
Established in 2014, Red Oak Lavender Farm is a small lavender farm (but largest so far in Georgia) and shop, which is located at the foothills of the North Georgia Mountains in historic Dahlonega and tucked away in among the vineyards. So when you visit us there are lots to do in Dahlonega. 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 our shop to 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 also wanted to carry through with our harvested lavender to create the best lavender products. Our products are proven to be the best all natural lavender products around. We have many that return to our farm shop or our online shop for more purchases. Their comments tell us we are selling fantastic products that feel, smell, and actually work. Lavender is known for its antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal, and healing properties. Research suggests that it may be useful for treating anxiety, insomnia, depression, and restlessness. Benefits: reduce stress, relieves headaches, promotes, and helps to treat skin conditions (based on research). Fresh lavender have been known to keep deer, scorpions, and moths away. Making it great for homes and gardens.
Gold Rush Weekend SALE - 10% OFF on all order from Saturday 10/19/219 - 10/20/19 ending 11:59 pm. So get your discount now automatically!
Do you want to learn more about lavender and make one of our Take Home products? Check out our October Workshops on our Event page. Click here to learn more and register.
No matter the season, there is something special going here on the farm. Spring we have rebirth of lavender turning green and this is the season we begin our plant sales so others may grow lavender. Summer is the best with purple blooms of lavender and the scent of lavender fills the air, as well as visits from butterflies and bees collecting lavender nectar. Later summer is when we harvest our blooms and hang them up from the ceiling in the shop for drying, just as in the colonial and renaissance days. Fall is when we see a few more lavender spike in the fields to remind us of summer days. Winter is when the lavender sleeps and we have our open house with hot lavender cocoa and wreath making classes.
Check out our lavender honey in our shop now while they last!
Our products are made right here on the farm, in small quantities in order to provide you with the freshest possible lavender products. They never sit in warehouses. Our products are only made with 100% pure lavender, essential oil, never synthetic fragrance. All of our oil is distilled only from the lavender. Come visit and see, feel, and smell the difference or check out our online shop.
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Own your own shop and want to carry our products? We do sell wholesale to selective shops. Click here to learn more.
*Note - Do Not expect the rows and rows of lavender as in France or in Washington state. We are closer latitude to the equator, so have hotter and more humid weather. Much harder to grow lavender in the South, but we do our best.
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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" i
s 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.
*For wholesale plant orders - orders must be received by Dec. 20 for Spring pick ups.
We do provide u-picks yearly and plant sales. Check back for updates on yearly activities. Events, click here.
Come visit with us and let your senses enjoy the sights and smells of our lavender and take home a little of our lavender for your home.
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 can open by appointment as needed.
*We love dogs and all animals, but please No dogs allowed since we have grow culinary lavender and have chickens too.
*Hurricane visitors - you are welcome to visit us with your pet due to this emergency.
We make lavender bouquets and all lavender needs for weddings.
Cooking with Lavender - Yummy!
Check out some our amazing lavender recipes here! We do sell the culinary lavender!
Open: Wednesday - Friday 11-3 and Saturday 10 - 4pm
Just east of 400 off of Hwy 60.
photos credit: Melissa Giles Photography