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I will include a sampling here of some of the things I sell locally and on  Some of the items can be found most of the season. However, there are some herbs that are not always available due to climate and/or season.   Cilantro and Dill are two herbs that will be more abundant in the fall, as they like cooler weather. In case you had noticed, that is why it is difficult to find CILANTRO and DILL at the market in the summer!!
My jewelweed soap a/k/a poison ivy soap as well as some of the dried herbs and tea blends, and seeds an be purchased on Local Harvest website.  See my links page...
Happy Browsing!!

Various Culinary Herbs
I offer a variety of culinary and medicinal herbs, which I grow myself in beds. I try to always have Parsley, Sage, Rosemary, Thyme, Tarragon, Parsley, Basil, and Cilantro...even Dill!! (However in the dead of summer it is almost impossible to keep Cilantro and Dill, they just don't like hot weather) I also grow Evening Primrose, nasturtium, echinacea (purple cone flower), lemon grass, to name a few...and i am trying my hand at succulents, as well. I have aloe that i have grown from seed. It's a fun "job" !!


Succulent dish gardens are a passion for me. I love to find a new plant and add it to the collection! Hens and chicks, aloe, ice plant, various small and large sedum. These are very popular at the market, especially with children! One year, a lucky dad got a dish garden for father's day! (Prices vary)



handmade soaps

Handmade herbal soaps

My soap is pure, clear glycerine amended with Aloe and vitamin E.  I add various herbs and oils. One very popular bar is Tea Tree Oil and Rosemary, for acne.  The most popular soap, by far, is Poison Ivy Soap, aka Jewelweed Soap....which helps eliminate the rash from poison ivy if washed with soon after exposure to the ivy. Another great seller is Goats Milk Soap with lavender!  With its beautiful, yet not overpowering fragrance, lavender is a big hit with the ladies! And goats milk is good for your skin, too!! (and No, i don't have a goat...yet! LOL!)



Various & Sundry Perennials and Vegetable Plants

Depending upon what is available and doing well, I sometimes offer starter-plants for tomato, green pepper, eggplant, strawberry. 

I also grow gourds occasionally, which are not predictable as to harvest. In season (fall) i sometimes have a few gourds for sale. I made a few nice birdhouses from gourds that i have grown.
Herbal Teas and Dried Herbs
Teas made from dried herbs and flowers
from my garden as well as
dried culinary and medicinal herbs.


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