Herbs, Vegetables and Native Plants

admin August 12th, 2010

Seedlings getting ready for transplant:

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Among our products at Gleanings Farm are Native Plants for restoration projects and Native gardening, Medicinal Herbs and Vegetables and Flower Plants for your Garden Bed.  

For the 2011 Planting Season we are offering a Garden Plant CSA – we’ll start heirloom vegetables and flowers for your garden for you.   Go here to see our wide variety of offerings and make arrangements to sign up.  We will deliver plants to a central location within a 1 hour radius of our home in Knox, NY, or  you are welcome to com and pick them up at the farm, but we do not do mail order!

 We’re will also be offering a Medicinal Herb CSA, with delivery of freshly made medicinal teas, tinctures and salves, made from herbs grown sustainably here on the farm and processed immediately to ensure maximum value.  This is the exact opposite of those powdered capsules that sit on the shelf in the store forever!  These products can be mailed to you!

A chicken in part of the herb garden.

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  6. I have not yet put together the full kits or their materials – that will be available in late winter here. In the meantime, here are some suggestions for garden combinations you may want to put together yourself.

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    I have not yet put together the full kits or their materials – that will be available in late winter here.

  8. Joe Tabor says:

    I recently purchased your book, “Independence Days” and love it. In your chapter on Fermentation, the section on salting, you gave a recipe for salt-herb stock base. I am making this base this afternoon and would like to know if after I combine the herbs and salt, do I let the mixture dry out before I put it in jars or is the base moist? Does the base need to be refrigerated as most soup bases do after they are opened? Please share as much information about this subject as possible.

    Thank you very much,

    Joe Tabor

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  10. Jo-Ann says:

    I’m interested in your idea of a garden plant
    CSA, where you start plants for other gardeners. I had thought of this, but could find anyone else who had had the same idea, or had actually done it. How does that work out for you?

    Also, looking at the tomato plants in the first photo – were these winter sown? The size looks about right, I don’t winter sow this way, but if I were selling the plants, I probably would do individual pots.

    Thank you for your time and I look forward to your response,

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