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fe habitat, cutting garden, fairy garden and orchard.
The water garden and adjacent woodland garden provide a shady habitat with the sound of running water from the fountain. The Cherry Tree heralds in the season and puts a fabulous display that reflects into the main pond. The fish are always ready to be fed and love to share their relaxing spot with anyone who cares to stop and enjoy a cup of herbal tea. The water lily's are usually in full bloom July through September. Our ponds are home to all sorts of critters from fish to toads to insects to birds. If you have a boy scout which would like to come join us for a program, please send us an email and we can tailor a program to achieve a badge.
Our cutting garden is open to those who care to harvest for themselves. We offer tomatoes, peppers, squash and all sorts of heirloom vegetables, herbs for tea, herbs for culinary, herbs for crafts and perennial flowers and a variety of fresh fruit.
In the wildlife habitat we provide safe shelter for pheasants and small birds as well as creative ways to meet their feeding requirements.
We harvest Jean Davis Lavender, Province, Grosso and Hidcote Lavender during the summer months. We dry it in the shop and the fragrance will surround you like a warm blanket that you do not wish to leave behind.
Our garden is a living and breathing entity and as such it is constantly changing. Let Puddle Ducks Herb Farm share our gardens with you and our animal friends. We strive to provide a shelter and constant food and nectar sources for all our wild animal friends.
(This listing was last updated on May 1, 2012)