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This is our cat Muggy, (we've always named our cats weather names, my favorite was P.C. Partly Coudy) she's vigorously rubbing her head on a catnip mouse I made. This was a trial test.
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PO Box 2
Cornwall Bridge CT 06754
Phone 860.671.1545

Click here to see the 2018 list of herbs available for sale. Contact me for an appointment.
Organic Herb Farm
 in Cornwall Connecticut
growing 70+ Herb varieties  of culinary, medicinal and native pollinator herbs.
We Sell
Potted Herb Plants in 4 inch to 12 inch pots 
 Container Arrangements Fresh Cut Bunches & Herbal Flower Nosegays
Tussie Mussie
A Victorian tradition to send a bouquet of herbs and flowers each with a significant meaning or message
Pat Bramley, Owner, holds a B.S. Degree from UCONN in Environmental Horticulture and applies  organic, sustainable Agricultural practices to the farm.

Where to Purchase
Buck Mountain Herbs 2018:

Litchfield Hills Farm Fresh Market
Saturdays May 26, June 2nd, 16, 23rd

Buck Mountain HerbsTruck Sales
 in front of Cornwall Package Store
14 Kent Rd South, Cornwall Bridge CT 06754
Every Friday May 4 - 25     3:00-6:00 PM

Cornwall Co-op Farm Market Saturdays
 Pine St. Cornwall CT 06753
Saturdays,  May 12 - June 30 9::00 - 12:30 AM

Trade Secrets Rare Plant & Garden Antique Sale!
May 19 in Sharon CT 06069

Kent Farm Market
May 25th & June 1st 3:00 - 6:00 PM

at our farm by appointment only

I am excited to have a new greenhouse for the 2018 season! This year I plan to focus on growing the herb plants and landscaping the newly graded area around the greenhouse. Dried products will be limited this year and offered at the Cornwall Co-op Farm Market in the fall.
Sorrels - Common and Red available

Pineapple Sage - tropical scent, bright red flowers late summer. Great for iced tea and cocktail base.
Pennyroyal - As a pest repellent. Crushed Pennyroyal stems stuck in your hat and pockets really will repel gnats and mosquitoes. But, I like the look of this herb used as ground cover near woodland. Keep away from cats and do not ingest, especially oils made from this herb.
Milk thistle plant (Silybum marianum)
Tradition holds that a drop of milk from Holy Mary stained this thistle, leaving the white leaf markings.