SPECIAL REQUESTS AND ORDERS from Buck Mountain Herbs CAN BE MADE BY OR facebook buckmountainherbs PO Box 2 Cornwall Bridge CT 06754 Phone 860.671.1545 firstname.lastname@example.org Click here to see the complete list of herbs we are growing 2020 Organic Herb Farm & Nursery in Cornwall Connecticut servicing Northwest CT growing 50+ Herb varieties of culinary, medicinal and native pollinator plants. Retail & Wholesale. We Do Not Ship Plants We Sell: USDA Certified Organic Potted Herb Plants in 4 inch to 8 inch pots Our Online Store is Closed for the Season as of July 4, 2020 - plants are sold out. Thank you for a great season, it was fun helping new gardeners this year! We will return to the Farm Market late August or Labor Day with dried herbal teas, herbal wreaths and a few perennial flowering plants. Where to Buy: Cornwall Co-Operative Farm Market Town Hall Green on Pine Street Cornwall CT 06753 Every Saturday May 23 - July 4 & Aug 22 - Sept 12 Tussie Mussie A Victorian tradition to send a bouquet of herbs and flowers each with a significant meaning or message TIPS FOR BEGINNING GARDENERS by Buck Mountain Herbs 2020 Plant a Butterfly & Hummingbird Garden! We Sold this spring: Bee Balm, Monarda mixed Butterfly Weed Asclepias tuberosa Chives, Allium Common Milkweed A. syriaca Showy Milkweed A. speciosa Purple Coneflower Echinacea Nicotiana , Jasmine Scented white Tall Marigolds, Orange & Pin Wheel Purple Coneflower! Echinacea Pineapple Sage, Salvia elegans
Tips for New Gardeners! After herb plants flower, they often look a little raggety, or if they have a lot of black spots on leaves, especially Sage, Monarda, Oregano and Lemon Balm after a wet spring; it is time to cut them back to the healthy leaves. You will get a second growth from which you will be able to harvest for the winter.