About Our Herb Farm

We named our farm Colorado Aromatics for the aromatic herbs we grow here and use in our skin care line of the same name. We are located in a beautiful place in Colorado with a view of Longs and Meeker Peaks. We love living and working here.

We use organic practices on our farm and are Certified Naturally Grown (CNG). CNG is a grass roots alternative to organic that is a great alternative for small farms. You can read about it in our blog here.

We also have chickens on our farm and occasionally will host additional animals. Animals are important for naturally controlling pest insects and managing weeds. They are also vital to our soil health by providing manure.

“The nation that destroys its soil destroys itself.” -Franklin D. Roosevelt

Our Plants

Lavender is one of our main crops, but we grow over 30 different herbs/vegetables that we use in skin care. Some of these include calendula, mint, cucumber, lemon balm, rose, raspberry leaf, and comfrey. Some of these we distill for aromatic waters. Others we extract using oil, water or alcohol. Because we use these herbs in our skin care products we call it ‘Farm to Skin’. You can purchase our lavender products here.

  • Lavender

    The herb that started it all, lavender is the inspiration behind who we are today. We grow two different species and over 13 varieties of this beautiful, fragrant plant.

  • Calendula

    Calendula, a marigold with prized medicinal value, bestows bright pops of color in the Colorado summer.

  • Lemon Balm

    This member of the mint family is grown to be dried and distilled as a powerful medicinal herb in a variety of our products.

  • Mint

    Black peppermint, spearmint, and native mountain mint provide a refreshing aroma on the farm.

  • Yarrow

    We grow native yarrow for its medicinal properties, its value to native insects, and for its beauty. We love watching the leaves and flowers dance gracefully in the Colorado wind.

  • Rose

    Fragrant Kazanlak roses bloom in the early summer, harvested to be distilled while our other brightly colored roses are harvested for drying.

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