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Herb Farms A-Z: Finding Farms that Sell Herbs, Part 2

4/16/2012 4:40:14 PM

Tags: Herb Farms, Farms That Sell Herbs, Herb Farms Across The United States, Herbal Destinations, Travel, Herb Travel, Nancy Heraud, Lemon Verbena Lady

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Here is Part 2 of Herb Farms A-Z: Finding Farms that Sell Herbs, Part 1, a list of herb farms in various parts of the United States. Again, this is not an exhaustive list, but maybe it will help start your own journey to find an herb farm in your area. I have done my best to make sure that these are valid sites. In some cases though, it has been a secondary link such as Facebook or another organization that I have used. I mainly chose these sites because they say they sell herb plants. Most of these herb farms do not have a catalog so go for a visit if you can. I found in my experience that growers of herbs are passionate people and make their business a destination to enjoy.  

Please do your homework and call or e-mail before making a drive to these farms to be sure they do have herb plants for sale.  If they ask where you found them, please say through The Herb Companion magazine website. 

The Village Herb Shop Gardens Lined with Herb Plants to Purchase 

New Mexico 

Purple Adobe Lavender Farm, Abiquiu, NM

New York 

Herbly Wonderful, Batavia, NY

Peconic River Herb Farm, Calverton, NY

Lavender By The Bay, East Marion, NY

North Winds Farm, Pawling, NY (Lavender)

Lockwood Lavender Farm, Skaneateles, NY

North Carolina 

Shelton Herb Farm, Leland, NC

Hauser Creek Farm, Mocksville, NC (Lavender)

Mills Garden Herb Farm, Statesville, NC

Wildwood Herbal, Weaversville, NC

Ohio 

Companion Plants, Athens, OH

Village Herb Shop, Chagrin Falls, OH

Mary’s Plant Farm, Hamilton, OH

Quailcrest Farm, Wooster, OH

Oklahoma 

Lavender Valley Acres, Apache, OK

Oregon 

Nichols Garden Nursery, Albany, OR

Thyme Garden Herb Company, Alsea, OR

Parrott Creek Herb Farm, Canby, OR

Red Ridge Farms, Dayton, OR

Dutch Mill Herb Farm, Forest Grove, OR

Horizon Herbs, Williams, OR

Barn Owl Nursery, Wilsonville, OR

Pennsylvania 

Peaceful Valley Lavender Farm, Doylestown, PA

Willow Pond Farm, Fairfield, PA

Alloway Creek Gardens & Herb Farm, Littlestown, PA

Ashcombe Farm & Greenhouses, Mechanicsburg, PA

The Rosemary House & Gardens, Mechanicsburg, PA

Cloverleaf Herb Farm, Mt. Joy, PA

Deer Creek Herb Farm, Reading, PA

Rhode Island 

Hi-on-a-Hill Herb Farm & Gardens, North Smithfield, RI

South Carolina 

Sea Island Savory Herbs, Johns Island, SC

European Gardens Lavender Farm, Rock Hill, SC

Tennessee 

Erin’s Meadow Herb Farm, Clinton, TN

Honey Rock Herb Farm, Louisville, TN

Possum Creek Herb Farm, Soddy Daisy, TN

Texas 

Heron’s Nest Herb Farm, Blanco, TX

Fredericksburg Herb Farm, Fredericksburg, TX

Lavender Ridge Farms, Gainesville, TX

Pineywoods Herb Farm, Kennard, TX

Beth’s Little Herb Farm, Lindale, TX

San Antonio Herb Market Association, San Antonio, TX

Nature’s Herb Farm, San Antonio, TX

Vermont 

Zack Woods Herb Farm, Hyde Park, VT

Cedar Circle Farm & Education Center, East Thetford, VT

Virginia 

Lavender Fields Herb Farm, Glen Allen, VA

Beagle Ridge Herb Farm, Wytheville, VA

Washington 

Blue Mountain Lavender Farm, Lowden, WA

Puddle Ducks Herb Farm, LLC, Pasco, WA

Secret Garden Lavender and Herb Farm, L.L.C., Seabeck, WA

Cedarbrook Lavender & Herb Farm, Sequim, WA

Lost Mountain Lavender, Sequim, WA

Olympic Lavender Farm, Sequim, WA

Purple Haze Lavender Farm and Store, Sequim, WA

West Virginia 

Quail Hollow Farm Herbs & Flowers, Berkeley Springs, WV

Wisconsin 

Four Elements Herbals, North Freedom, WI

Wyoming 

Haderlie Farms, Thayne, WY

Hopefully, this list has encouraged you to try a local herb farm or farm stand in your area. Herb farms are great destinations for your entire family. 

As always, if you have a comment or question about any of my posts, please write to me here with a comment or my e-mail at lemonverbenalady@hotmail.com and put in the subject line “Herb Comment or Question.” Talk to you soon. 



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gigihan
5/22/2014 5:22:45 AM
My best friend is a professional welder and helped some farmers from Virginia to create a steel structure, he was very surprised to see the people from the farm asking him to use ovens from http://www.usweldingsupply.com/rod-ovens.html. He told me about a farm from Virginia that has the best products for sale and now I see it included on the list, thanks for providing such a great list.



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