My Etsy Shop Store...
I operate a small lavender farm here in northern Vermont and my main focus is the lavender for both culinary and aromatherapy uses.
I grew up growing many different herbs and now develop and sell products produced from my own herb farm. I sell a variety of lavender products such as lavender sugar, lemon lavender jelly, lavender green tea for food items. I also make and sachets, soap, bath salts, lotions and soon lip balms all containing the herb lavender. I work hard to ensure quality lavender products that are sure to please your taste buds and scent of lavender.
I grow many herb varieties like cilantro, coriander, dill, hot peppers, lavender, parsley, roses, rosemary, thyme and many medicinal herbs like astragalus, ashwagandha, black cohosh, chamomile, Echinacea, stevia, sweet cicely and wild ginger. The fruits I grow are four varieties of currants, black and red raspberries, Aronia berries, blueberries, cranberries, sea buckthorn berries, elderberries, logan berreis, jostaberries, blackberries and gooseberries. There are more herbs and fruits I grow along with vegetables for my family.
All my herbs and fruits are grown organically meaning you won't find any chemicals or pesticides used on my herb farm. My chickens are the pest controllers and they do a wonderful job. I use only the freshest herbs and vine ripened fruits for my homemade jams, jellies, vinegar's, sugars, salt rubs and dip mixes. My products are gluten free and contain no artificial colors or harmful preservatives.
The salts I use are from San Francisco Salt Company and are the best salts I have used in creating my herbal salt rubs. They stand behind their products and are committed to providing the best salts for you to enjoy.
I am committed to providing fresh and locally grown herbs and fruits by producing a quality product with good customer service.
I have been working on a few different sugars like "Berry Sugar" and "Rose Sugar". The Berry sugar is ready to go and finally will be listed as a new product on my Etsy shop December. The Berry sugar consist on Aronia berries and black currants I grow on my small herb farm here in Vermont. I chose to use these types of berries because they not only taste and smell great, but are especially good for you. These berries are packed with nutrients like Vitamin C, antioxidants and anti-inflammatory to name a few. I grow 4 different varieties of currants - pink, red, white and black. There is only 1 Aronia berry variety I grow also known as a "Superberry". To learn more about the medicinal properties and uses of black currants just visit me here.
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