Hello Lavender Friends!
The weather is still beautiful on the farm
& the lavender is almost bloomed out!
Come see us Friday & Saturday (10-4) and Sunday (10 - 2).
Four-legged friends are always welcomed on a leash.
Watch our video:
Our Lavender Cooking and Baking School is closed.
Can't join us? Our farm webstore is always open!
FREE SHIPPING over $29.00
P.S. Hope you caught our feature in the September ARIZONA HIGHWAYS MAGAZINE. We can't wait to share the movie ARIZONA OFFICE of TOURISM is making about the Farm!!
* our products contain NO ALCOHOL or BLEACH
We Got Lavender!
Check out our farm crafted therapy pillows of Certified Naturally Grown Farm Lavender.
Breathing Lavender Spray and Cotton Face Mask Duo
Your Weekend Lavender Latte Begins with a scoop of our Lavender Cocoa
As Featured In
ARIZONA HIGHWAYS MAGAZINE plus...
THE TYPES OF LAVENDER WE GROW
We grow three distinct varieties of lavender on the farm: Royal Velvet, Provence, and Grosso. Both Royal Velvet and Provence are considered culinary lavenders, and are world renowned for their flavor and herbal qualities. Provence is generally used in savory dishes like chicken, pasta sauces, and anything in which you might use rosemary. Royal Velvet has a sweeter profile and is mostly used in confectioneries and baking. Grosso is not for cooking, but is, perhaps, the most aromatic lavender in the world, making it the perfect lavender for making essential oils, sachets, and bouquets.
It's been a tough year for the Lavender Cooking and Baking School!
But I am busy planning next year's class schedule and it's gonna be GREAT!
Sponsored by Bob's Red Mill using their amazing line of baking products and VitaMix Blender---the secret to many of our products! We hope to open this spring, covid safe---if possible.
Everything you need to know about cooking and baking with Lavender! Hands on classes include how to make yummy LAVENDER lemon cakes, our most requested Lavender Cinnamon Rolls or Lavender Honey Sticky Chicken and more.
Join our popular Lavender SPA DAY class for our secrets to making great lavender spa products like bath bombs and soaks and relaxing massage oils.
We will announce when the school reopens and if you would like FREE lavender recipes, subscribe to the website (below) for a monthly treat to make!
About The Farm
Built in the early 1900s by the first homesteaders in Pine, our farm has been given new life, renovated and turned into a lovely lavender farm. The high-altitude climate, alkaline soil, and fresh mountain spring water that nourishes our plants births the highest quality lavender. Surrounded by pine-covered mountains and numerous elk herds, the setting is as serene as it is breath-taking.