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thyme-garden-history-1990workcrew

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thyme-garden-history-1990dirt

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oldshop

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thyme-garden-history-gardendirtnow

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thyme-garden-history-1990rototiller

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towardshouse

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thyme-garden-history-1990makinggh

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greenhousenow

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thyme-garden-history-1990collating

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thyme-garden-lavender-nursery

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thyme-garden-history-200Luncheon

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thyme-garden-passionflower

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startinghops

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hops-field

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pondliner

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pondview

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buildingshelter

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shelter

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newsign

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sign

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thyme-gargen-family-luncheon

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thyme-garden-history-next-generation-13

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family-photo

Our Origins

A quest for new and exotic herbs and hops! 

​The Thyme Garden is a family owned farm hidden in the magical coast range mountains of Oregon. Our interest in herbs began at our country restaurant which we surrounded with herb gardens. Not only providing our kitchen with herbs and pleasure for our customers, our gardens produced seeds which we began to collect and sell. From these sprouted The Thyme Garden Seed Company. In 1989 we embarked on a new adventure when we sold our restaurant and purchased our 80 acre farm to expand our seed business and start a nursery. Our farm also gave us plenty of space to enjoy one of our favorite hobbies, collecting new and unusual varieties of herbs and displaying them for people to experience and enjoy. Visitors enjoy strolling through our beautiful display gardens which provide the  opportunity to experience one of the largest collections of herbs in the Northwest. We are proud of our nursery’s selection of herbs and useful plants for sale in our hand split cedar lathe house as well as in our greenhouses, which are also open for visitors to enjoy.

In the conservatory with grandma and baby and passionflower