Windy Hills Lavender Farm Announces Opening of New Store in Prescott

Stevie Schooley, daughter of Cindy Schooley and granddaughter of Lois Hunt, works at the new Windy Hills Lavender Farm boutique in St. Michael’s Shops in downtown Prescott. Sure smells good in here! Photo by B. Samples

Windy Hills Lavender Farm, whose Lavender Boutique has been in Heber for five years, has just announced that they have opened a second Boutique in downtown Prescott. It is located in the historic Hotel St. Michael’s Shops, at the corner of Gurley and Montezuma Streets, right across from the Town Square. The store will be managed by Stevie Schooley, the daughter of Cindy Schooley, who manages the Heber store.

The Heber store, open five days a week, closes at the end of October for the winter, but the Prescott store will be open seven days a week, year ‘round The Heber store, located on Highway 260 at Stone Bridge Trail, expects to reopen in early May, 2016. Both stores feature products made from the lavender that the Schooleys grow on their lavender farm, which is located about 10 miles north of Heber. All the products that they sell in their Heber store are now available in the Prescott store, as well. Windy Hills Lavender Farm also maintains a facebook page and a website, Windy Hills Lavender Farm, and publishes a monthly e-newsletter.