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Fresh Picked Bay Leaf Still On Branch - 100 ($8.00
Cultivated since the beginning of recorded history, for both culinary and medicinal purposes. A veritable miracle herb!
Queen Anne's Lace Wildflower 100's of Seeds (From:
Well known contraceptive, great companion for vegetables, aid for kidney and bladder afflictions, and beautiful too!
Bay Leaf Herb Wreath 16 White Accents ($25.00
Simple, attractive wreath containing hundreds of bay leaves with natural white accents.
Wild Honesuckle Vine Six 6 Starts Live Plants ($6.00
A beautiful, fast growing, climbing vine for shady areas. Regarded by some as invasive, I say, "Beats the heck out of Poison Oak!"
Long Pods (3) of Seeds Scarlet Wisteria Tree ($5.00
AKA 'Rattlebox'', 'Red Mimosa.' Stunning, Fast Growing Tree with Hanging Clusters of Red/Orange Flowers.
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Organic Chocolate Mint Plant 3 Healthy Starts ($6.00
Its subtle chocolate flavor makes this a favorite in refreshing summer iced teas and coffees. Use fresh, dried, or frozen.
Schmidt Road Ranch
Dried Bolete Porcini Mushrooms in Jar 2 Ounce ($19.99
Prized edible fungi which keeps its flavor after drying. Comes to you in a decorative jar, suitable for gift giving!
Bay + Sage Herb Wreath 16 Blue Accents ($25.00
Simple, attractive wreath containing hundreds of bay leaves, clusters of white sage and natural blue accents.
Bay + Sage Herb Wreath 16 Yellow Accent ($25.00
Simple, attractive wreath containing hundreds of bay leaves, several clusters of sage, and natural yellow accents.
Large Assorment of Mixed Pinecones 8 LBS ($17.00
Pine Cones as well as seed pods of every size and shape! This assortment should cover all of your decorating needs year round!
Easter Eucalyptus Wreath with Pine Cone 'Eggs' ($48.00
Lovely fragrant fresh Eucalyptus springtime wreath with roses, daffodils, and soft pastel hues.
Port Orford Cedar Christmas Wreath ($50.00
Beautiful option to traditional fir wreath. Natural drape of the boughs makes for a lovely and classic holiday brightener!
My Grandfather, Roland Schmidt bought this ranch in 1939. I was raised here, and am now raising my own Grandchildren here. It is a beautiful, wild place, covered with flora and fauna. Along with our Gravensteins, which have been producing since the turn of the century, we have many California Bay trees, and wild St. John's Wort.
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