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Tuscan Heights Lavender Gardens -

Updated: 2012-07-30

Tuscan Heights Lavender Gardens, LLC - Shasta County, California. We are thirteen acre estate, dedicating just under Ten acres to growing Organic Lavender, Culinary Herbs and Edible Flowers. We are also a small boutique Vineyard and are working on our Bond and will soon offer Organic Lavender Wines. Tuscan Heights Lavender Gardens is located 35 miles East of Redding, in the hidden hills of Whitmore, CA. Come up and visit us! We grow 200 different varieties of Lavender in our gardens and over 150 different types of culinary herbs and edible flowers.

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by Sandra
We visited this beautiful lavender farm this summer and WOW! They grow 200 different varieties of lavender and have a HUGE herb garden! The owners were happy to give us a tour and explained the Lavender Oil distillation process to us.. Amazing! Then, we went into the cute little gift shop.. WOW, again! I have tried a lot of different lavender products... but, NONE compare to the quality and aroma of the Organic Lavender products that this lavender farm makes! The offer a wide variety of Organic Lavender Bath & Body products as well as Culinary Teas, Scones, Spices and CHOCOLATES!! All with lavender and herbs grown on their farm!! If you enjoy visiting lavender farms in the Summer, then you MUST visit this unique and perfect lavender farm in Shasta County, CA. Tuscan Heights Lavender Gardens is only about 30 miniutes East of Redding, CA and very easy to find! The drive is absolutly breathtaking as you can view Mt. Lassen and Mt. Shasta on the way.. Visit their website for directions: I give this lavender farm ***** five stars!!! Beautiful!

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