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Nursery & Display Gardens

Herb Starts at Our Nursery

Each year we grow more than 10,000 herb starts that we sell both onsite at our nursery, at the Corvallis Farmers' Market, and at First Alternative Natural Foods Co-op in Corvallis. 

Since we've been collecting interesting cultivars over the last 30+ years, our selection has grown to include dozens of unique thyme, lavender, rosemary, oregano and sage plants that you won't find anywhere else.

Visiting Hours

April 15th to June 1st

11am to 4pm Daily

June 2nd to August 15th

11am to 4pm Friday, Saturday, Sunday & Monday

Closed Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday

for Tours & Luncheons by reservation.

no dogs


Display Gardens

Our display gardens are divided into sections, with groupings of plants in each section that compliment these themes:

Cardoon in the center of the moon garden

Moon Garden

The plants in the moon garden have gray or silver foliage, so that in the moonlight they appear to glow. The centerpiece here is Cardoon.


Household Herbs

Herbs have helped humans add color to their lives, clothed them and kept their homes fresh throughout the ages.

Browse Collection

Creeping thyme in bloom

Thyme Garden

Our collection of creeping thyme includes a gorgeous palette of colors, smells and texture.

These rare varieties are available only at our nursery, not by seed.

culinary garden

Culinary Garden

A vast collection of herbs used in cooking, including many unique and rare varieties!

Browse Collection

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Edible Flower Garden

Guests eat a rainbow of flavors grown in the Edible Flower Garden, where we pick flowers for our salads and luncheon cuisine daily.

Browse Collection


Medicinal Garden

An array of herbs commonly used in traditional medicine, featuring interesting specimens like Chaste Tree, Elderberry, Ashwagandha, Tibetan Gentian, European Arnica, and many more.

Browse Collection

Dogs are not permitted on our property.

The nature of our venue makes it highly dangerous for guests to bring their dog.

We grow a number of extremely toxic plants that will harm our furry friends.

The crops we grow in our gardens are used for human consumption and can not be exposed to canine excrement.

Thank you for honoring our request. 

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