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Welcome to the Fresh Herb CSA!


Ordering details:

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

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