Considered a liquid plant wax, all Jojoba Oil is obtained for the Simmondsia Chinensis plant, which can grow up to 10 feet with a broad, dense crown. The oval, thick, waxy, green leaves are complemented by small, petal less, yellow flowers. The oil is obtained from pressing the seed of the plant's fruit.
Certified Organic Clear Jojoba Oil benefits are revered by many of the Native Americans, who used it for centuries prior to its mass use in the commercial market from the 1940’s to today. The variety of Organic Jojoba Oil uses are by far a major factor that keeps many personal care and industrial manufacturers coming back for more!
Our Organic Clear Jojoba Oil
Country of Origin: Argentina
Botanical Name: Simmondsia Chinensis
Common Names: Goat Nut, Deer Nut, Pignut, Wild hazel, Quinine Nut, Coffeeberry, Gray Box Bush
Parts Used: Jojoba Plant Seeds
Form: Liquid Wax
Color: Clear Colorless
Scent: Almost Odorless
Extraction Method: Expeller Pressed
Refinement Status: Refined
Organic Certified: yes
Cut your own Lavender
During our 2023 lavender season (June 1st thru July 7th), you can reserve time to come to the farm and cut your own lavender. The charge is $10.00 per adult (16+), $5.00 per youth (5 - 15), children under 5 are free. The fee covers 1 hour on the farm and 1 bundle of lavender.
Each bundle should be about 80-100 lavender stems. We give you a section of pipe cleaner and you can cut as much as you want that the pipe cleaner can contain.
You may cut more than 1 bundle and each additional bundle is $10.00 each.
Times may be extended dependent upon the volume of total reservation in the next hour. We want to limit the farm to about 15 to 20 families in the field at a time. This is primarily due to our parking capacity and our desire to maintain an open feel to the farm.
Online appointments for cut your own bundles can be made June 1st - July 7th for the entire field. After July 7th no appointment is needed for cut your own lavender, but only French lavender will be available for a limited time as the English varieties are already harvested. After August 7th the lavender will all be harvested and the season over.