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FAQs

Where can I find your farm products?

You’ll find our culinary herbs, veggies, and wheat grass for pets at River Valley Co-op in Northampton, MA.

Fresh-cut herbs: late April through October

Vegetables: June through December

Pet Grass: year-round

 

What culinary herbs do you grow?

Basil, Chives, Garlic Chives, Oregano, Parsley, Rosemary, Sage, Sorrel, Tarragon, Thyme, and a variety of Mints (including Mojito, Applemint, Chocolate Mint, Ginger Mint, Orange Mint, Spearmint, and Peppermint).

 

What vegetables do you grow?

We grow a lot of of Greens (including Kale, Swiss Chard, Spinach, Broccoli Raab. Mizuna, Komatsuna, and Callaloo) and Hot Peppers (including Habanero, Scotch Bonnet, Cayenne, Serrano and Jalapeño). We also offer Patty Pan Squash, Sweet Peppers, Cherry Tomatoes, Welsh Onions, and Sunchokes.

 

Do you sell your medicinal herbs?

No, we use them in our skincare and to make our personal home remedies.

 

Is your skincare actually farm-made or are you buying a pre-made base?

Sheri makes all of our skincare by hand at the micro-farm studio using simple recipes blending herbs, garden veggies, organic fair trade vegetable oils and butters, and pure essential oils. Our balms are designed to moisturize and protect skin with no worries about what you’re absorbing or what’s running down the drain.

 

So they’re 100% Vegan + 100% Natural?

Yes! You won’t find any unnecessary or undesirable additives like synthetic fragrances and preservatives, or animal by-products. No palm oil either.

And of course, there’s never any animal testing! Every product is tested by happy volunteer humans.