Hours of Operation

July through December
Tuesday through Saturday
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

March through June
Monday through Saturday
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Butterfly Time in the Garden

Now that spring is finally here, everything is coming alive and so are the butterflies. The tiny little black caterpillars on your parsley, fennel or dill will soon be growing larger and looking like the one in the picture and then they will growing into beautiful butterflies. But are you tired of having these caterpillars eat all your favorite plants? It is often a good idea to scatter each of your parsley’s in...

Looking for those hard to find herbs & veggie...

Now is the time to come out for those unique and hard to find USDA certified organic herb varieties. We have Bay Trees, Lemongrass, Stevia,  Phenomenal Lavender, and Hot ‘n’ Spicy Oregano.You will also find Mexican Mint Marigold, which is an excellent substitute for french tarragon. That is just the beginning; because we grow over 200 varieties of herbs. Just to whet your appetite, we have 20 types of basil, and 10 types...

In Their Own Words About The Farm

We have the privilege of meeting so many folks from the area and visitors to Richmond over the last several years. So many are returning customers and we are able to build a mutual relationship and joy to hearing their gardening experiences or know they are out for lunch and shopping. Here are just a few comments of their thoughts of the farm and why they choose to come...

Chef’s Container Garden

Shaun Mercer of Lavender Fields Herb Farm explains the benefits of the Chef’s Container Garden like the strawberry jar concept with a lot of plants growing together yet separately. We can plant a custom container for you if you would like with our USDA certified organic herbs of your choice to go in your...

Raised Beds and Why?

Spring is upon us depending on the day with the current weather, many of us think about all the new and exciting things we will be planting in the garden and then others are reminded of the unsuccessful attempts of gardening past. As gardening returns to homes around the country for many reasons, raised beds are continuing to make a resurgence due to smaller plots and their convenience not to mention the ease of use and...