Welcome to the Fresh Herb CSA!
PLEASE GET ORDERS IN BY SUNDAY.
Check out our availability list below, it can take several seconds to load. Choose which herbs you’d like by selecting on the herb and then selecting it as a “CSA Share” item or you can choose to purchase additional by selecting the “Add-on” option (for roots – add-ons are listed by the weight). When you do that you’ll see the price. The “CSA Share” option is for members only.
You may choose 5 “CSA Share” herbs (any combination) as part of your share. For any additional items you’ll need to purchase them by selecting the “add-on” option.
Make sure to add your pickup location to your cart (its the first item on the product list) before checking out. You’ll receive an auto-confirmation email if your order went through.
FAQ: How much is a “bunch” of fresh nettles or mullein etc? We generally go for a large couple of handfuls for each bunch.
More questions? Check out our logistics page.
Not a member? That’s ok, you can still order – check out this page for more info.
Some notes on the plants:
blackberry leaf – info and processing idea here
bacopa – very small shares, will arrive dirty
artichoke leaf – one or two leaves per share, often used in bitters formulas. limited quantity available
Passionflower – leaf only. good info here
spilanthes – If you haven’t tried this unique and immune boosting and tooth supporting plant, try it now! mix of leaf, stem and flowers – use all parts, and may arrive dirty – last chance
calendula – Almost over for the season, available only as add-on and we will refund if we can’t get enough
tulsi – use all parts – leaf/flower, last chance
black walnut – handful of green (unripe) walnuts – use the rind for medicine making ~6-8 walnuts / share
papalo – native to Mexico, papalo has a flavor reminiscent of cilantro, rue and arugula.
lemongrass – this is a thin-stemmed variety
lemon verbena – small bunches, last chance
fennel leaf/stem – this is mostly bunches of fennel fronds (the thin leaf parts) from this leafing variety of fennel
New England Aster – good information about it can be found here, last chance
Queen Anne’s Lace – seed heads more info here, may contain bugs