We are now selling dried milky oats tops, oatstraw, and yarrow.
milky Oats tops, harvested during the milky stage and dried in screens are $24.00 a pound. It is a labor intensive harvest and timing is critical.
We grew the oats ourselves on our farm here in Beaverdam. Avena Sativa is a soothing nervine that is supportive for folks dealing with stress and anxiety.
Oatstraw is $13.00 a pound and wonderful to add into any tea blend.
We harvested the yarrow from our family’s field in Hanover when it was about to be bush hogged. So it is wild harvested, but ethically. Achillea Millefolium is a wonderful bitter plant that can be used topically or internally. It is said that Achilles and his soldiers used Yarrow to treat wounds, and that soldiers in the Civil War carried the dried leaves in pouches to apply to wounds as well.
The yarrow is $12.00 a pound.
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Hey Yall! We are also selling ethically wildcrafted yarrow. We are harvesting from a place of great abundance, and saving the plants from the bushhog. We are selling aerial parts for $10 a pound fresh and $12 a pound dried (dried not yet available). Please support a local farm and local herbalist! Yarrow is a great astringent, diaphoretic, tonic, and even sedative plant. Please email mokarnage @ gmail.com if you want to buy yarrow
Bring your boots and come enjoy a plant walk at the Heathen Homestead this Saturday May 20th at 5pm!
Above is a gorgeous mullein plant we found near the well.
We have lots of wild medicinal plants and are happy to talk about the ones we know, and happy to hear your knowledge on the plants as well!
Narrow leaf plantain abounds here. Come hear about some of the uses for this plentiful plant!
We will walk through fields, the medicinal herb garden in progress, and the woods.
Free! 18217 Teman Road Beaverdam. We will have a baby in a wagon, feel free to bring your own.
This Saturday April 15th at 2pm, we will be doing a plant walk through the woods here. If you are interested in learning about some spring medicinal and edible plants please come walk! Novice and experts alike welcome. There is enough chickweed and cleavers for folks who would like to harvest a quart themselves too!
Donation based event. Free and up!!! Email Mo for more info firstname.lastname@example.org
We found a great patch of violets in our woods and wildcrafted enough to make a little tincture the other day!
We had a bumper crop of volunteer chickweed in one of our raised beds from last year. Today we harvested the gorgeous green goodness and started an oil we will use for a salve and a vinegar we will use for food!
Very excited for this nutritious and powerful plant medicine!!! Happy Spring yall!