OUR STORY

Lavender flowers are known for its beauty, charm, grace, resilience, calmness and elegance. It is a spiritual connection and appreciation of nature’s magnificence.  Inspired by the memories of my mother and her love, I have created “Lavender Ally Farm” in Rogue River, OR. This is a peaceful place to start a masterpiece for all to enjoy. The “U pick” field, which has 13 different varieties of lavender with all unique fragrances, will emotionally resonate with each one of us. The different shades of lavender will be nothing but a picture perfect portrait from all angles. If you have ever looked out over a lavender field, you will enjoy the hypnotizing elegance of the different types of lavender. Our circular field is created with the “tree of life” concept. It symbolizes togetherness and serves as a reminder that you are never alone or isolated, but rather that you are connected to the world.  Standing in the center of the gazebo will just allow you to absorb the unique foliage of the lavender blossoms. Our varieties of lavenders include: Grosso, Melissa, Dwarf White, White Spike, Seal, Provence, Betty’s Blue, Folgate, Royal Velvet, Silver Frost, Phenomenal, Hidcote Giant, and Munstead. We hope to see you during events and enjoy the fruit of our labor. 

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ABOUT LAVENDER

The origin of Lavender is believed to be from the Mediterranean, Middle East and India. Its history goes back some 2500 years. Lavender is a flowering plant of the mint family known for its beauty, its sweet floral fragrance and its multiple uses.

The ancient Greeks called Lavender nardus, after the Syrian city of Naarda and was commonly called Nard. Lavender was one of the holy herbs used to prepare the Holy Essence and Nard, or ‘spikenard’ is mentioned in the bible in the ‘Song of Solomon’ among other places.

Lavender derives its name from the Latin ‘lavare’ meaning ‘to wash”. The Romans used Lavender to scent their baths, beds, clothes and even hair. They also discovered its medicinal properties.

Today Lavender continues to be cultivated across its countries of origin as well as Europe, Australia, New Zealand, North and South America. Its widespread presence is understandable due to its beautiful flowers, its alluring scent and its extensive uses.

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BENEFITS OF LAVENER

Lavender oil is believed to have antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties, which can help to heal minor burns and bug biters. Research suggests that it may be useful for treating anxiety, insomnia, depression, and restlessness. Lavender is used to help relieve pain from headaches, sprains, toothaches, and sores. It can also be used to prevent hair loss.