Offering organic products. Organic plants, seeds, herbs, herbal tinctures, crafts, and educational organic gardening workshops.

We have farmed our land in Delaware over the last 40 years using both organic and biodynamic gardening methods without any pesticides or commercial chicken manure.

Be a part of your local food movement in Delaware.

Get involved and join us as a Friend of the Gardens!

A FREE membership is available to those within driving distance, as your participation is required. To learn more and sign up click here.

What We Offer

We are currently offering a unique Wild Basket making class on Saturday, November 6th. For more information see our Homesteading Workshops below. Max 6 people and you must pre-register.

Check out our online store!  We have organically grown seasonal plants, seeds and nuts, dried foods, herbs and herbal medicines, tinctures, and one-of-a-kind heirloom crafts made with products from the gardens. We also offer one-on one educational gardening tours and specific training on composting, herbs and herbal remedies, homestead winemaking, and processing rabbit for meat and fur, on our farm in Delaware. Click on the category icons below to access items in our store.

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A few comments ...

Gorgeous By: Cristine

“I ordered Alpine strawberry plants, nettle plant, gooseberry plants and miscellaneous seeds. All were stunning, well grown and packaged. I immediately ordered more from this fine seller.”

Satisfied Customer

From: Mel L.

I ordered Perennial Leek plants; the plants arrived in a timely manner (about 6 days during the holiday rush); the plants were well packaged and the soil/roots were still moist. Sharon has been an excellent source of knowledge, willing to answer my questions and offer organic gardening suggestions. I will make additional purchases when the items I am interested in become available. I appreciate Sharon’s mentorship and look forward to learning more from her.

from previous customers...

Wonderful experience : “I purchased seeds from Sharon and it was a wonderful experience. You won’t get this kind of service from a corporate seed company. You really can feel the love that goes into her labor. Her shipping was fast, and her selection is great!…”

We look forward to hearing from you too!



Dried Foods & Nuts

Herbs & Herbal Medicines

Handmade crafts with products from the garden

About Sharon

When I was a child, I followed my Swiss immigrant grandmother around while she taught me about skills like using a scythe, making sauerkraut, her own clothes, yodeling, butchering animals, and telling stories from the Old Country. I was always drawn to saving seed and using plants for healing. It is my belief that the healthiest food is grown fresh in the garden using only organic and biodynamic gardening methods. I grew up on a local farm and have gardened for 50 years. 

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Today we attended the small buisness event in our local town and it was an interesting reflection of our culture.I really enjoyed talking and bartering with fellow venders. Most froze in the cold and it was n0t economIcally supportive . I have memories from childhood in the 50s of the bustling downtown before grocery stores or malls and when life was totally segregated. I was also there when the first downtown revitalization happened at the first farmers market over by the river with my 2 young girls. I have seen a lot growing up here on a farm on the shore including the death of a real farm.. stopped going to these events as well as farmers markets . I refuse to use chemical ,commercial manures nor am interested or support mass production.Diversity and local production is the best soluytion IMO It reminds me of the days in my youth before kids when we lived in our truck trying to earn a living with our art .I am still trying but few these days make the connection and that has been the case since the 50's when farms and foods became more industrialised and labor exploited around the world and most consumers basically ignorant or could care less about the consequenses ..We as a culture seem to support mind less consumption and trashing the planet while pretending we care. The $ is God.i was disgusted at the trash in the farm feilds on the way to the event with no littering laws in place and the farmers growing corporate soy and corn using chems almost all the way to the pavement on the back roads trying to squeeze every cent from the land and leaving no way to pull over for motorist was disfunctional to say the least .Do we really only care about money and our own selves and hide from the ugliness our culture and neglect looking at the results of supporting this corporate system??Think about every bite of food you eat as well as how it was grown, packed, packaged, handled stored and shipped.. the same for any trash you create ... See MoreSee Less
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Homesteading Workshops 

Experience an opportunity for hands-on learning of basic homesteading and survival gardening skills.

We will not be offering any indoor group classes until the pandemic is over, but we will be hosting some outdoor  educational classes for individuals in a safe outdoor environment. If interested please email me. We are hosting a Wild Basket making class on Saturday, November 6th. See below for details.

These are some of the classes available now, and a few we hope to make available as soon as we can safely provide them to the public.

Check out some of our previous workshop videos on our
YouTube channel here!

Basket Weaving

Saturday, November 6, 2021
Make your own unique wild basket from materials gathered from the gardens. $80 for 5-hour class (happens in the fall outside must pre-register) max of 6 people in a class – refreshments served – all from the gardens. Email me using the Contact Us form below, or call 302-846-2571 to register!

wild baskets


Seed Saving

$20 for 1-2 hours will require pre-registration … all outside.. social distancing… small classes.

Canning & Food Preservation

$20 for 1-2 hours will require pre-registration … all outside.. social distancing… small classes.

Garden Consultations

$50 consultations at your home. Local only within 20 miles.

How We Grow

We have gardened our homestead in Delaware over the last 40 years using both organic and biodynamic gardening methods, without any chemicals or commercial manure. Most importantly, we create our own biodynamic compost using our horses manure. In addition, we use seaweed, rock powders, do soil testing, and plant cover crops.

Want to learn more about what we do and why? Sign up for a Garden Tour. Purchase a $20 donation for a Garden Tour here.

Other store locations

You can also find our organic plants, seeds, herbs, herbal tinctures, and crafts on Local and Etsy.

Speciality Items: Handmade Crafts and Baskets

We offer unique wild crafted handwoven baskets and other handmade products sourced from our farm and handmade by Sharon.

Get involved in your local food movement in Delaware.

Join us as a Friend of the Gardens!

A FREE membership is available to those within driving distance, as your participation is required. To learn more and sign up click here.

Join Our Mailing List

Find out what’s going on in the gardens. Learn about upcoming workshops. Discover new homesteading and gardening skills. Try some of our seasonal recipes, and take advantage of special monthly sales.

Contact Us

Send us an email and let us know how we can help you. Feel free to ask a question, or simply leave a comment.

Visit Us

Located in Delaware

Open Hours

Call us at 302-846-2571 and schedule your visit today! Sorry, but we don’t do text messaging.

Farm Tours

We offer farm tours by appointment only for $20. You will be able to see our birds, meet Freeda (our brave and lovable dog), and our magnificent horses! You will see the product of decades of organic and biodynamic methods applied to our plot of land. Group discounts are available. Purchase a Garden Tour here.