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2017 HERBFARM EVENTS


OPEN TUESDAY - SATURDAY 10 - 5:00.


AMAZING TURNOUT TODAY!

From the bottom of our heart, we pledge to double our efforts AND FOOD for tomorrow, June 25th!!!! 

June 24th/25th Herb Fair featuring FRANCE FOOD, WINE & CULTURE

SPONSORED BY DANNY BOYS ITALIAN EATERY in Rocky River, North Olmsted, Sandusky, Canton, Chesterland, Broadview Heights and Tallmade
FAERY PARADE HAS RETURNED @ 1:30 each day:  It is my favorite part of the herb fair.  Come families and be prepared to get silly!

FRENCH FOOD:  Think  SIMPLE, FRENCH PICNIC with great breads, cheeses, wines, quiche, fresh fruit, and lavender ice cream.  Vegan options in food & ice cream

FRENCH ENTERTAINMENT & CULTURE: check out genotpicor.com/
French Canadian Genot with perform at 11:30 and 2:30 Saturday & Sunday by leading French dances and telling French stories. He will entertain the children and answer your French questions in between.

DEMOS IN THE ENTERTAINMENT TENT ON SUNDAY
10:30  Simple Lavender Spritzers with Kim Rawlings
11:30  French Canadian dances, music and stories with Genot Picor

12:30 Herbal Dyes and the Tapestry of Bayeux, Normandy, France with world traveller Mary Jane LaLonde
(Herbal dyes madder, weld, woad, lady’s bedstraw, fustic and indigo were the dyes used 1000 years ago to color this treasure.)
1:30 Has been changed to learning about the health benefits of Hemp Oil. (Our prayers are with Adriane, who was scheduled to do a fresh cut flower talk.  She just endured a major house fire)
2:30    More French Canadian dances, music and stories with Genot Picor

FRENCH WORKSHOPS
SATURDAY
10:30 Cooking with French Herbs          Cheri Schraidt, lifetime professional herbalist
11:30 Romantic Herbs & Essential Oils   Linda Green, yoga, reiki and other healing modalities herbalist
12:30 Beauty Work of Madame Maury    Kelly Kadas, professional beautician and herbalist
1:30   Flavor food with Bouquet Garnis   Kathy Coolbaugh, professional herbalist
2:30   French Potager Garden Tour        Mark Langan, Mulberry Creek HerbFarm owner
3:30   Vines & Wines                            Joe Juniper of Vermilion Valley Vineyards

SUNDAY
10:30 Vines & Wines                             Joe Juniper of Vermilion Valley Vineyards                   
11:30 French Cheeses & Baked Goods    Beth Funk, Culinary Instructor   
12:30 Herbes de Provence                     Lynn Zukowski, professional herbalist
1:30   Herb Infused Wines                      Mary Winters, professional aromatherapy herbalist
2:30   French Potager Garden Tour         Mark Langan, Mulberry Creek HerbFarm owner
3:30   Learning a few French garden terms    Rachel DuFresne, professional aromatherapy herbalist

50 vendors including:
Antique, Vintage & Collectibles
Bath & Body with Herbs including soaps & skincare
Bee/Honey Products
Bonsai
Bohemian Garden Decor
Candles
Cement Leaves
Crystals & Stones
Culinery Herb Blends
Decorative Artistic Hooks
Earthmaid Cleaning Products with Essential Oils
Essential Oils
Face Painter & Glitter Tattoos
Fairy Figurines
Garden Art & Planters & Utensils
Garden Stakes
Honey & other Bee products
Iris Readings
Jellies & Jams
Massages
Medicinal/Herbal Items
Incense & Potpourri
Jewelry- beach, vintage, stone & wire
New Age Item
Pottery
Quilts, Cooling Scarves, Purses & other Textiles
Reiki
SubRosa Loose-leaf Tea
Worm Castings
Young Living Essential Oils

CHECK OUT OUR FACEBOOK PAGE FOR A LIST OF EVERY FAIR VENDOR'S NAME

July:
15th-18th "Mulberry Miniatures" @ "Cultivate" /Columbus
31st Closing Day for Spring Season

September:
7th Fall season begins
22nd/23rd Farm to Table Garlic Dinner/Garlic Festival

November:
18th/19th Christmas Open House

EACH SPRING, FIND OUR PLANTS AT:
Berry's Blooms    Medina, OH    330-239-2993
Boyert's Greenhouse & Farm    Medina, OH   boyerts.com
Country Gatherings    Berlin, OH   shopcountrygatherings.com
Days of Yore   Wellington, OH   daysofyoreherbandflowerfarm.com
Lakewood Garden Center   Lakewood, OH   lakewoodgardencenter.net
Mustard Seed Markets Akron & Solon   mustardseedmarket.com
Village Herb Shop   Chagrin Falls, OH (They moved! Call 440-247-5029)   villageherbshop.com
 

VEGETABLE CSA PROGRAM

The vegetable program is retired for now. We will sell vegetables on the side this summer but there will not be a C.S.A. in 2017. If you know a farmer willing to adopt our C.S.A., please have them call Karen @419-433-6126 stating you are interested in VEGETABLE AVAILABILITY.

We will keep folks notified of extra vegetables for sale via our e-newsletter or direct email so if you are interested, email Karen requesting to be put on our e-newsletter list. See instruction below.

If you want a more consistent and bountiful flow of vegetables, I highly recommend "Shared Legacy Farm's" CSA in Elmore, OH. This amazing young couple and staff offer certified organic vegetables in their vegetable program. Here's the link:
www.sharedlegacyfarms.com/

 

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MULBERRY CREEK GIFT CERTIFICATES IN ANY AMOUNT

Call ahead, email or simply send your gift certificate request to:
Mulberry Creek HerbFarm
3312 Bogart Road
Huron, OH 44389

Include:
- person's name who will receive the certificate
- mailing instructions: mail to you or the recipient?
- check payable to "Mulberry Creek HerbFarm" for the certificate amount.
 

EMAIL KAREN: mulberrycreekherbs@gmail.com for:

  • Mulberry Creek Gift Certicates
  • Monthly Mulberry Creek HerbFarm E-Newsletter
  • Suggestions for Classes
  • Hiring Mark or Karen as a speaker for your next event


A Child's Garden


...is close to my heart. Here's a few things I've learned along the way:
1. Can be as simple as a circle of herbs in the ground or a themed herb patio pot
2. Keep in mind the child from small accessories to pruning like Dr. Seuss
3. Teach with it- the lessons of living and dying, the wild variety of textures & shapes living harmoniously...
4. Build your muscles & imagination with healthy harvests & faery stories
5. Invite wildlife attracting hummingbirds with sage, precious bees with thyme & hyssop and butterflies with parsley & sage

Here are some guessing games with herbs you might have in your child's garden:

What plant smells like....ANSWER...
dirty socks? CILANTRO
grandma's perfume ROSE SCENTED GERANIUM
lemons? LEMON VERBENA or THYME

What herbs are... ANSWER
soft? LAMB'S EAR
velvety? PEPPERMINT SCT. GERANIUM
crispy? PEPPER BASIL

What herbs look like... ANSWER
brown & feathery? BRONZE FENNEL
a pine tree? ROSEMARY
seaweed? SAMPHIRE

Most of all, please do not re-plant or re-space your child's work. That's part of the learning as well. ENJOY!



A Faery Garden? How to make one.

A Faery Garden? How to make one.

1. Think location. Do you have a child or a visiting child that has a favorite hiding area? Ben and Joshua chose a spot years ago on the shady, north side of our barn that had some weedy “Box Elders” and lots of rocks! That’s where it went. Anywhere is fine, granted, it’s a treasured “secret spot.”

2. Ponder what plants qualify as “Wee Folk” worthy. While the only limits are your imagination, classics include the traditional Cicely Mary Barker plants like “Cowslip Primrose, Double Daisies, Ragged Robin,” and many others. We’re guided by plants that are fairly small, have delicate blossoms, are usually hardy perennials, (“Elfin Herb’s” a sweet exception), tolerate at least a little shade (for those secret places), and have a good flowering span from spring through fall.

3. Most importantly, take time for soil preparation. Extra humusy, organic material is always good.

4. Embellish. Gather twigs and moss for faery houses and furniture. Look in your couch for marbles. They make terrific gazing balls.




A G-Scale Railroad Garden


Garden Railroads are America’s hottest new hobby. Larger than the traditional indoor Christmas train, these weather-proof models run outdoors throughout gardens that are landscaped with miniature plants appropriate for this scale (G-scale). Small buildings and roads are added to create some amazingly realistic worlds. Interested? Then you have to check out “Garden Railways” magazine. Call 800-533-6644 for a trial subscription. Amazing photos.

O.K. for you railroad gardeners, here is a partial listing of suggested plants and how they can be used for your miniature world. Most are appropriate for a broad range of train scales. Look through our entire miniature section to determine the particular varieties listed, their hardiness and special qualities. Full grown versions of plants normally will NOT work in railroad settings, stone troughs or faery gardens. Don't forget the herbs for your RxR garden.

Most of the Thymes, mini Basils, Dwarf Curry, and hey even Parsley are great as well.




Aeonium, Irish Eyes

Aeonium sedifolium
Cold Tolerance: Zone 8a 9a 9b-11
Light: Sun-P.Sun to P.Sun
Height: 6in.
Water: Dry-Normal
Soil: Sandy-Loamy
Flowers: Early Summer to Late Spring
Common Uses:Container, Houseplants, Miniature/Faery Garden
This miniature rosette ""Aeonium"" of bright green foliage can be a favorite on next year's St. Patrick's Day. Because of its thumb-sized rosettes on 4"" woody stem, it makes a no hassle ""Jar Gem"" as well as a tree in miniature desert landscapes. $ 4.99

Alternanthera, Gold Threads

Alternanthera ficoidea 'Aurea Nana'
Cold Tolerance: Zone 9b-11
Light: P. Shade - P. Sun
Height: 8 x 8 inches
Water: Normal
Soil: Sandy-Loamy
Common Uses:Terrariums, Shady RxR Gardens
Alternanthera are popular in public gardens because of the colorful show they perform in mass and their tolerance of pruning shears. Allow it to be a golden tropical tree or trim the top for a bushy annual specimen outdoors in the faery or railroad landscape. $ 0.00

Anacyclus- Silver Kisses

Anacyclus pyrethrum var. 'Depressa Compacta'
Cold Tolerance: Zone 4a 4b 5a 5b 6a 6b 7a 7b 8a
Light: Full Sun to P.Sun
Height: 2in. X 2 ft.
Water: Dry-Normal
Soil: Sandy-Loamy
Common Uses:Alpine Rockery, Garden Railroads, Groundcover, Hedges/Shrubs, Miniature/Faery Garden, Walk About


Peek under the silvery foliage and you'll find a red hue that is repeated in the buds which eventually open to a typical, but much smaller daisy of white petals and yellow centers. Together, the plant won't reach beyond your ankles. $ 4.99

Animal -BUTTERFLY 1632-44


Common Uses:Miniature/Faery Garden
$ 0.50

Animal -CRAB 1642-41


Common Uses:Miniature/Faery Garden
$ 0.50

Animal -FROG 3-4-inch Claydough

Animal -FROG 3-4-inch Claydough
Cold Tolerance: Zone 1 11
Common Uses:Miniature/Faery Garden
$ 0.50

Animal -FROG Fimo Lime-Yellow


Common Uses:Miniature/Faery Garden
$ 0.50

Animal -FROG Real Looking


Common Uses:Miniature/Faery Garden
$ 0.50

Animal -LADY BUG


Common Uses:Miniature/Faery Garden
$ 0.50

Animal -ROCK TURTLE 1625-10


Common Uses:Miniature/Faery Garden
$ 0.50

Animal -SEAGULL


Common Uses:Miniature/Faery Garden
$ 0.50

Animal -SEAHORSE1642-43


Common Uses:Miniature/Faery Garden
$ 0.50

Animal -STARFISH 1-2-inch

Animal -STARFISH 1-2-inch
Cold Tolerance: Zone 1 11
Common Uses:Miniature/Faery Garden
$ 0.50

Animal -TURTLE flat back-Fimo

Animal -TURTLE flat back-Fimo
Cold Tolerance: Zone 1 11
Common Uses:Miniature/Faery Garden
$ 0.50

Animal -TURTLE Lime 1-inch Claydough each

Animal -TURTLE Lime  1-inch Claydough each
Cold Tolerance: Zone 1 11
Common Uses:Miniature/Faery Garden
$ 0.50

Arenaria,

Arenaria ledebouriana
Cold Tolerance: Zone 5a 5b 6a 6b 7a 7b 8a 9a
Light: P.Shade-P.Sun to P.Sun
Height: 1/2in. groundcover
Water: Wet-Normal
Soil: Sandy-Loamy
Common Uses:Alpine Rockery, Garden Railroads, Miniature/Faery Garden, Walk About
$ 4.99

Arenaria, Micro Lawn

Arenaria balearica
Cold Tolerance: Zone 6b 7a 7b 8a 9a 9b-11
Light: P.Shade-P.Sun to P.Sun
Height: 1/2 inch
Water: Wet-Normal
Soil: Organic-Loamy
Common Uses:Alpine Rockery, Garden Railroads, Miniature/Faery Garden, Walk About
Rivals only ""True Elfin Thyme"" for the tightest, lowest, most micro-leaved groundcover we've spyed. Perfect ""Walk-About"" for those too sunny OR not sunny enough pathways. Because it needs good drainage and frequent water, it is the ideal lawn for mini landscapes and railroad gardens. Thyme-sized, white flowers decorate the foliage like frosting buds on a cake. $ 4.99

Artemisia, Tiny Green

Artemisia viridis 'Tiny Green'
Cold Tolerance: Zone 4a 4b 5a 5b 6a 6b 7a 7b 8a 9a
Light: Full Sun to P.Sun
Height: 2in. x 8
Water: Dry-Normal
Soil: Sandy
Flowers: Middle Summer
Common Uses:Alpine Rockery, Garden Railroads, Groundcover, Miniature/Faery Garden, Walk About


Shrink a ""Silver Mound"" artemesia to a 2"" bush, turn it greenish gray and you have this equally soft, fine textured cousin. Sweet fragarance and, for an Artemisia, it seems to handle the summer humidity pretty darn well. $ 4.99

Baby Tears, Golden

Baby Tears, Golden
Soleirolia soleirollii 'Aurea'
Cold Tolerance: Zone 8a 9a 9b-11
Light: P.Shade-P.Sun to Shade
Height: 1in. groundcover
Water: Wet-Normal
Soil: Organic
Common Uses:Garden Railroads, Groundcover, Houseplants, Miniature/Faery Garden, Shade, Walk About


Golden Baby Tears is a bright gold version of the popular houseplant. Micro leaves create a magical ground cover for railroad gardeners in the south, year round, and a standard for lawns in mini landscapes in the north, inside in winter & outside each spring. $ 4.99

Babys Breath, Pink Faery Flower

Gypsophilia repens rosea
Cold Tolerance: Zone 4b 5a 5b 6a 6b 7a 7b 8a
Light: Full Sun
Height: 4h x 6w inches
Water: Normal
Soil: Sandy-Loamy
Common Uses:Mini Shrub
Frothy mounds of airy, pale pink flowers cover semi-evergreen, low lying foliage, summer through fall. $ 0.00

Bamboo, Wooster's Dwarf

Pleioblastus pygmaea disticha 'Woosters Dwarf'
Cold Tolerance: Zone 4b 5a 5b 6a 6b 7a 7b 8a 9a 9b-11
Light: P.Shade-P.Sun to Shade
Height: 4in. groundcover
Water: Normal
Soil: Organic
Flowers: No
Common Uses:Alpine Rockery, Garden Railroads, Groundcover, Hedges/Shrubs, Miniature/Faery Garden, Shade, Walk About


What!? 4"", HARDY bamboo? Impossible, but perfectly true for cold, shady gardens as groundcover or with miniature hostas in troughs. Fills the bill for sorely needed vertical interest with an exotic, Asian touch. $ 4.99

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Below are some best kept secrets.

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Basil, Mammoth

Basil, Mammoth
Recommend for: Beauty and Taste

Tarragon, Mexican

Recommend for: Beauty and Taste

Sct. Geranium, Goldfinger

Recommend for: Beauty and Taste

Sweet Violet, Purple

Recommend for: Beauty and Taste

Sweet Violet, White

Recommend for: Beauty and Taste

Lavender, Seal Seven Oaks

Recommend for: Beauty and Taste

Sweet Violet, Sky Blue

Recommend for: Beauty and Taste

Fuchsia, Lottie Hobby

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Lavender, Croxton’s Wild

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Lavandin, Richard Gray

Recommend for: Beauty and Taste

Sage, Berggarten Variegated

Sage, Berggarten Variegated
Recommend for: Beauty and Taste

Sct. Geranium, French Lace

Recommend for: Beauty and Taste

Sct. Geranium, Chocolate Peppermint

Recommend for: Beauty and Taste

Fuchsia, Variegated Lottie Hobby

Recommend for: Beauty and Taste

Lamb’s Ear, Helen Von Stein

Recommend for: Beauty and Vigor

Primrose, Wanda

Recommend for: Beauty

Rue, Herb Of Grace

Recommend for: Beauty

Sage, Garden Purple

Sage, Garden Purple
Most people don't realize how beautiful this sage is when it blooms during the fall - incredible colors.

Society Garlic, Tricolor

Recommend for: Beauty

Thyme, Tufted

Recommend for: Beauty

ELFIN HERB

Recommend for: Beauty

Ice Plant, Yellow Rosette

Recommend for: Beauty

Ice Plant, Heart-Leaf Apple

Recommend for: Beauty

Faerie Fern \ Brass Buttons

Recommend for: Beauty

Faerie Fern, Platt's Black

Recommend for: Beauty

Star Creeper, Baby Blue

Recommend for: Beauty

Star Creeper, Country Park

Recommend for: Beauty

Sct. Geranium, Prince Of Orange

Recommend for: Beauty

Blue Globe Daisy, Mini Blue

Recommend for: Beauty

Catsfoot - Pussytoes, Pink

Recommend for: Beauty

Cinquefoil, Yellow Creeping

Recommend for: Beauty

Faery Money, Golden

Recommend for: Beauty

Delphinium, Dwarf Electric Blue

Recommend for: Beauty

Dianthus, Tiny Rubies

Recommend for: Beauty

Edelweiss

Recommend for: Beauty

Erodium, Double Rose

Recommend for: Beauty

Faerie Fern, Bronze

Recommend for: Beauty

Fern, Korean Rock

Recommend for: Beauty

Geranium, Mini Red-Leaf

Recommend for: Beauty

Ice Plant, Trailing Yellow

Recommend for: Beauty

Ice Plant, M & Mini Apricot

Recommend for: Beauty

Ivy, Henrietta

Recommend for: Beauty

Ivy, Mini Anita

Recommend for: Beauty

Knawel Cushion

Recommend for: Beauty

Primrose, Cowslip

Recommend for: Beauty

Ragged Robbin, Dwarf

Recommend for: Beauty

Sedum, Love's Triangle

Recommend for: Beauty

Sedum, Tricolor Carpet

Recommend for: Beauty

Serissa Snowrose, Double White

Recommend for: Beauty

Thrift, Little Penny

Recommend for: Beauty

Thrift, Mini Red-Leaf

Recommend for: Beauty

Veronica, M & Mini Blue Carpet

Recommend for: Beauty

Veronica, Sunshine

Recommend for: Beauty

Violet, World's Smallest

Recommend for: Beauty

Yarrow, Mini Buttons

Recommend for: Beauty

Aeonium, Irish Eyes

Recommend for: Beauty

Lady's Mantle, Dwarf Red-Stem

Recommend for: Beauty

Heuchera, Mini Chiquita

Recommend for: Beauty

Ice Plant, Heart-Leaf Variegated

Recommend for: Beauty

Elfin Herb,Assorted Colors

Recommend for: Beauty

Bolax - Astro-Turf

Bolax - Astro-Turf
Recommend for: Beauty

Columbine, Faerie

Recommend for: Beauty

Columbine, Little Lanterns

Recommend for: Beauty

Double Daisy, Red

Recommend for: Beauty

Euonymus, Mini Creeper

Recommend for: Beauty

Faerie Fern, Tiny Tim

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Hosta, Baby Bunting

Recommend for: Beauty

Ice Plant, M & Mini Sunshine

Recommend for: Beauty

Jade, Tiger

Recommend for: Beauty

Jade, Tiny Bush

Recommend for: Beauty

Jasmine, World's Smallest

Recommend for: Beauty

Kenilworth Ivy, Mini

Recommend for: Beauty

Mondo Grass, Dwarf

Recommend for: Beauty

Willow, Mini Creeping

Recommend for: Beauty

St. John's Wort, Mini Blue

Recommend for: Beauty

Serissa Snowrose, Tiny Kyoto

Recommend for: Beauty

Sedum, Voodoo

Recommend for: Beauty

Sedum, Japanese Golden

Recommend for: Beauty

Sedum, Blue Rosette Mini

Recommend for: Beauty

Privet, Mini Yellow

Recommend for: Beauty

Primrose, Gold Lace

Recommend for: Beauty

Plectranthus, Ernsts Baobab

Recommend for: Beauty

Blue-Eyed Grass, Dwarf Purple

Blue-Eyed Grass, Dwarf Purple
Recommend for: Beauty

Elm, Mini Hokkaido

Recommend for: Beauty

Basil, Rick’s Aussie Purple

This will be Mark's 2006 topiary project, which, if half as pretty as 'Ausie Sweetie' topiaries, will surely grace many church weddings and elegant reception halls!

FAERIE FERN

Recommend for: Beauty

Ice Plant, M & Mini Purple

Recommend for: Beauty

Ice Plant, Tiny Pink

Recommend for: Beauty

DWARF CONIFER- Juniper, Dwarf Japanese

Recommend for: Beauty

Monkeywort, Creeping Blue

Recommend for: Beauty

Sedge, Mini Chocolate-Leaf

Recommend for: Beauty

Sedum, Blue Crested

Recommend for: Beauty

Serissa Snowrose, Cherry Blossom

Recommend for: Beauty

Serissa Snowrose, Pink Mountain 5 in.+

Recommend for: Beauty

Snowbush \ Breynia, Dwarf

Recommend for: Beauty

Valerian, Miniature

Recommend for: Beauty

Sct. Geranium, Clorinda

Recommend for: Beauty

Thyme, Red Mother-of-

Recommend for: Beauty

Thyme, Pink Chintz

Recommend for: Beauty

Coprosma, Benton's Gold

Recommend for: Beauty

Dianthus, Grey Stone

Recommend for: Beauty

Draba, Bristle-Tipped

Recommend for: Beauty

Ephedra, Joint Fir

Recommend for: Beauty

Ice Plant, Tiny White

Recommend for: Beauty

Jade, Gollums Trumpet

Recommend for: Beauty

Jade, Mini Pine Tree

Recommend for: Beauty

Paxistigma, Tiny Holly

Recommend for: Beauty

Portulacaria, Mini Variegated

Recommend for: Beauty

Sedum, Golden Angeline

Recommend for: Beauty

Willow, Arctic Creeping

Recommend for: Beauty

Thrift, Red Faerie

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Thrift, Variegated

Recommend for: Beauty

Solidago, Tiny Goldenrod

Recommend for: Beauty

Serissa Snowrose, Yatsubusa

Recommend for: Beauty

Spikemoss, Dwarf Mound

Recommend for: Beauty

Spikemoss, Golden Creeping

Recommend for: Beauty

Sedum, Pink Shield

Recommend for: Beauty

Hosta, Cracker Crumbs

Recommend for: Beauty

Coleonema - Confetti Bush

Recommend for: Beauty

Cotoneaster, Variegated Rock

Recommend for: Beauty

DWARF CONIFER- Arborvitae, Tiny Tim

Recommend for: Beauty

DWARF CONIFER- Hinoki Cypress, Meroke Twin

Recommend for: Beauty

DWARF CONIFER- Hinoki Cypress, Nana Gracilis

Recommend for: Beauty

DWARF CONIFER- Sawara Cypress, Juniper Leaf

Recommend for: Beauty

Dymondia, Mini Gazania

Recommend for: Beauty

Euphorbia, Pencil Fire Sticks

Recommend for: Beauty

Fern, Dwarf Lady's

Recommend for: Beauty

Herniaria, Sea Foam Variegated

Recommend for: Beauty

Lampranthus, Trailing Tiger Jaws

Recommend for: Beauty

Limomium, Tiny Sea Statice

Recommend for: Beauty

Myosotis, Alpine Forget-Me-Nots

Recommend for: Beauty

Penstemon, Alpine Blue

Recommend for: Beauty

Pilea, Trailing Blue Angel

Recommend for: Beauty

Stachys. Dwarf Betony

Recommend for: Beauty

DWARF CONIFER- White Cedar, Little Jamie

Recommend for: Beauty

Woodruff, Tiny Sweet

Recommend for: Beauty

Putatoria, Pink Trumpet Bush

Recommend for: Beauty

DWARF CONIFER- White Cedar, Top Point

Recommend for: Beauty

Oregano, Dittany of Crete

Recommend for: Beauty

Sage, Garden Scarborough


Most people don't realize how beautiful this sage is when it blooms during the fall - incredible colors.

Blue-Eyed Grass, Devon Skies

Recommend for: Beauty

Catsfoot - Pussytoes, Red

Recommend for: Beauty

Sedum Amber Glow

Recommend for: Beauty

DWARF CONIFER- Sawara Cypress, Cream Ball

Recommend for: Beauty

Elfin Herb, 5 in. Assorted

Recommend for: Beauty

Hosta, Itsy Bitsy Spider

Recommend for: Beauty

Hosta, Shiny Tot

Recommend for: Beauty

Jade, Mini Pine Tree 5 in.

Recommend for: Beauty

Senna, Desert Candle

Recommend for: Beauty

Serissa Snowrose, Cherry Blossom 5in.+

Recommend for: Beauty

Serissa Snowrose, Double White 5in.+

Recommend for: Beauty

Serissa Snowrose, Pink Mountain

Recommend for: Beauty

Serissa Snowrose, Tiny Kyoto 5in.+

Recommend for: Beauty

Serissa Snowrose, Yatsubusa 5in.+

Recommend for: Beauty

Willow, Arctic Creeping- 2Year

Recommend for: Beauty

Willow, Mini Creeping- 2 year

Recommend for: Beauty

Marigold, Lemon Gem

Marigold, Lemon Gem
Create outrageously colorful green salads with marigold, pineapple sage and borage blooms.

Sct. Geranium, Old Fashion Rose

Recommend for: Taste

Thyme, Caraway

Thyme, Caraway
Pleasing but faint caraway fragrance make this thyme the choice for breads and focaccias.

Sct. Geranium, Fingerbowl

Recommend for: Taste

Mint, Habek

Recommend for: Taste

Bay Leaf 5”


Recommend for: Taste

Sage, Clary Sage

Recommend for: Vigor

Sage, Silver Clary

Recommend for: Vigor

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Mulberry Creek Herb Farm
3312 Bogart Road,  •  Huron, Ohio 44839
Phone: (419) 433-6126  • Fax: (419) 433-6126
mulberrycreek@yahoo.com