I also have some plants available for sale. Pictured at right is a bareroot Urtica dioica plant that I harvested the leaves from and later potted up. I also have full plants that were dug and potted two weeks ago.
In time, we will have more varieties of herbs available for harvest and plants for sale. I’m just beginning to inventory what is already here, and will be adding more plants over time, both in the ground, and to this list.
Details about Monday’s event
Bring your own:
Gloves – The best gloves to use are regular rubber kitchen gloves.
Basket or container
Tool for cutting (scissors, hand sythe, or nippers)
Wear long sleeves and long pants. Yes, it does sting! And the itch lasts for a day or two.
We have plenty of baling twine for tying up bundles of herb.
Plants are also available for purchase.
U-Cut price is $8/lb.
We may have some cut at $15/lb.
We can also keep 50% of what you harvest as payment.
While not organically certified, our property has been managed without spray or chemical additions since 2012. This patch of nettle is naturally growing under fir trees.
Feel free to RSVP here.