Who we are


We use no chemical herbicides or pesticides and only organic fertilizers.


We propogate 99% of our plants right here on our farm in southwest Missouri.


Our staff consists of Barb and Don Emge, and son Matthew.  We don't intend to compete with the big box stores.


We have over 200 varieties of herbs and 60 varieties of scented geraniums.


We exist to share our love of herbs with you.

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 Rose Hips  $5.00

Rosa Rugosa-Hardy plant , 3-4 ' tall with pink  blooms and large rose hips in the fall. Produces many additional plants.


Host plant for the swalowtail butterfly and repels Japanese beetles,a ccording to USDA research report. May cause skin irritation for some people.

Salad Burnet

Unusual herb with reddish hyacinth like blooms. Young leaves taste like cucumber. Hardy perennial.

Savory, Lemon Winter

Wonderful lemon scented savory. Plants are slow to grow and still quite small at the end of April. Probably need another month of TLC before selling them.                            


 Savory, Winter Upright  $5.00

Strong flavor. Perennial. Low growing hedge with months of white blooms. Used in pork and sausage.Limited supply this year.


Entire herb can be simmered to produce a soap for fine fabrics. Pink flowers in summer.  Used to clean old tapestries in Europe. Good ground cover May be invasive.

Society Garlic

Tender perennial with sweet pink hyacinth scented blooms .Leaves and blooms have mild garlic flavor and are edible. Actually in the amaryllis family.Plant is from South Africa.

Variegated Society Garlic

Variegated version of Society garlic

Southernwood $5.00

Sprawling member of the wormwood family. Fresh branches can be woven into old baskets and dried. Pumgent and repels insects.Called Old Man's Love in the Middle Ages. Reputed to grow hair but probably repelled lice!

Tangerine Southernwood

Tall feathery fragrant member of the wormwood family. Repels fleas and moths. Fresh branches can be woven into a basket that's seen better days. When dried, you have a beautiful fragrant usable basket again.

Sweet Annie

In demand for wreath making because of the sweetly fragrant, lace-leaved green branches. Harvest branches when green and pliable or wait until they are golden and use as a filler in wreaths. Annual, but it reseeds itself.Volunteer plants still not up in garden at end of April for potting up for sale,

Sweet Grass   $5.00

Native American herb used in ceremonies and to make smudge pots.