Throughout the season, we pack whatever fresh goods we can. 
Other bounty is canned, preserved—or otherwise made into something totally special.


hoto Credit: Judy Robertson

hoto Credit: Judy Robertson

Canned Goods & Preserves

Beets, onions, beans, zucchini and tomatoes are usually plentiful. Bread and butter zucchini is a favorite. And who can beat the amazing smell of just-cracked, once-how-water-processed-canned stewed tomatoes in the cold months of January through March? Packed and packaged beets are lovely just to look at in the jar. We also make jellies, jams, chutneys and conserves.

We make pestos and dressings—many to compliment lamb.


hoto Credit: Serena Fox

hoto Credit: Serena Fox

Herb Blends & Tinctures

We grow medicinals herbs and source others from Mountain Rose Herbs, Frontier and Starwest—and make herb blends (tinctures). They are sold here at the farm at at my Shop and Apothecary in town.

We also make tinctures and tonics—natural home remedies. I am a graduate of Mandala Botanicals and Urban Moonshine School of Herbal Medicine. I continue (always!) to study—(Guido Mase, James Green, Rosemary Gladstar, Susan Weed and many other wonderful herbalists). 

 


hoto Credit: Serena Fox

hoto Credit: Serena Fox

Bath Salts

Bathing salt blends are available all year round.  Epson and sea salts blended with rose, lemon, tea tree, lavender, etc... Salts can me made for specific purposes: JOY! … skin conditions, immune distress, illness, and pain release.

Always a variety available. Great gifts. They look and smell really lovely. 

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