Open House Contest Announcement


If you have been in the store during our Open House and entered into the in-store contest, we are announcing the answers!

Q: What was it?
A: The nest was a mud wasp nest.

Q: How does it help around the farm?
A: The mud wasp, after making its nest, and laying its eggs, inserts live insects and spiders into the tubes for larvae to eat. They will make nests on walls near doorways. So for those who don’t like spiders, the mud wasp is extra beneficial.

Forest Glen Herb Farm will contact the winner by phone!

In the meantime, visit our Open House before Christmas to get herbs, spices, gifts, or whatever else you might need for the Christmas Season.


Christmas Open House – Until December 25

We have 20 varieties of our delicious home-made pepper jelly for sale.

Pepper jelly pairs perfectly with many aged cheddar cheeses such as Welsh Snowdonia Cheese and crackers or thinly sliced baguettes. A must-have for any seasonal party or wine and cheese.

Mention this post and get a 10% discount!

Our open house continues until Christmas Eve.
Open every day 10am until 5pm




Yoga + Relaxation

Last weekend yoga was held at the Farm for over two dozen people by Inner Dawn Yoga – under blue skies and our huge willow tree.


Delicious herb-infused beverages were prepared as well:




Plants, insects, birds, animals: organic diversity.

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At the Farm the diversity of our garden plants attract varieties of insect, bird, and animal species. This organically assists in pollination and plant health without the assistance of pesticides.




Classes | 2017

If you have an endless curiosity and are wondering, for example, how to make pesto, potpourri, or jams, we run classes based on appointment with a minimum of four people.

See our Classes page for details.


Everything is Growing.

Here is a peek inside one of our outdoor hoop houses. Many of these plants will be transplanted into the annual garden shortly.


Products, Weddings

2017 Wedding Flowers

Adele Marianne Photography, http://adelemarianne.com

Our wedding flowers are becoming more popular every year. Our flowers were recently noted by former Bachelorette Desiree Hartsock on her Wedding & Style blog (see here http://www.desireehartsock.com/a-boho-wedding-with-folksy-touches/). Fresh cut flowers from our garden are used in arrangements.

Call or email soon to request flowers for 2017 as bookings can fill up quickly. 

Bookings can be done throughout the year as dried flowers are available year round. Fresh flowers are available in the summer season.