"Sage Hill Farms" is a sustainable, family owned and operated homestead, designed to produce the finest of herbs for culinary use. We grow and produce our herbs/products without the use of any chemicals-organic compost, cover cropping, and rotation allows us to grow healthy and safe produce and herbs. Ground-breaking for "Sage Hill Farms" was realized in 2003--we have grown and been very successful-a "no chemical" Mission has played a large part in this success, we believe. We have a rich history of farming that was brought to this country by our great grandparents from England, Wales, and Scotland.
We love our land and strive to nourish it for future generations.
Sage Hill Farms is open to the public for purchasing on site. ( please contact before coming to the farm to see what is available.)
Fresh herbs and produce as the season dictates. Dried herbs, seasonings, tisanes, and blended teas available all year-round.
NOTE: FREE SHIPPING ON ORDERS TOTALING $50.00 OR MORE. ( applies to shipping addresses inside the USA only)
Wholesale prices on dried herbs are available for orders that total $ 300.00 or more. Herbs can be mixed to reach desired amount.
Contact us for more information on wholesale options. Contact info on our main listing.
From mid April through November-Fridays from 8 AM until 1 PM-or until sold out.
South Lincoln St
Mid April through November as crops are available
Lettuces early spring through mid summer.
Fresh herbs May-September ( Rosemary, thyme and oregano through Dec.)
Dried herbs all year.
32 Old Petersburg Pike
Half way between Petersburg and Fayetteville-left from Petersburg-Right from Fayetteville turn on Old Petersburg Pike, around the curve-first place on the left.
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I've been ordering Sage Hill Farms herbs for several years, I have many of her herbal teas and spices. Love it! My kids especially love Bea'sr Cajun seasoning and those married or away at college must have her herbs too.
On my list of places to visit.
From Our Blog
From Summer Gardens To Winter Tables~
2012-07-08Now that our gardens are in full swing, over abundant in produce and demanding attention every day to keep it that way....what can we do with all the fruits of our labor.... [more]
- dried herbs
- plants (bedding, etc)