Sharon's Natural Gardens

(Delmar, Delaware)
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Trail of Tears Heirloom Bean Seed
(From: $3.50 )

Heirloom pole bean -"Trail of Tears"from Seed Savers Exchange

Valerian Seed
($3.00 )

Valerian flowers are fragrant and perfume the garden. We use the flowers in biodynamics and the root for herbal medicine.

Worchester Indian red pole bean
($4.00 )

Heirloom pole lima bean, grown here for 10 years originally from Southern Exposure Seed Exchange. Productive and easy to grow.

Burdock Seed
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Macrobiotic root vegetable used in oriental cuisine, medicinal.

Cherokee Purple tomato seed
($3.00 )

Heirloom tomato, medium- large slicing. Productive few blemishes, outstanding flavor. This is our favorite slicer .

Hawthorne Berry Seed
($10.00 )

These berries are an herb used for heart health. They can also be planted to grow a beautiful tree with red berries in the fall.

Jerusalem Artichokes - Sunchokes
(From: $9.00 )

Edible tubers, native, plant or eat ,shipped unwashed -fall through spring,diabetic food -good raw or roasted.6ft - Easy to grow .

Sweet Meat Winter Squash Seed
($3.50 )

Winter Squash - The best we ever tasted or grown - productive and keeps for a year at room temp.

Winter cress / Broadleaf Cress seed
(From: $3.00 )

This mustard green used to grow all over the fields in the winter before herbicides wiped it out . Delicious and easy to grow .

Black Tepary Bean Seed
($3.50 )

These bush dry beans originated in the desert southwest (Native Seed Search) and are especially good for diabetics. Easy to grow.

Butternut Squash Seed
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Butternut -An Excellent winter squash-a special biodynamic strain.

Cardamom Plant
($18.00 )

We got our plant from Monticello during the Harvest Festival a few years ago. They make fragrant houseplants(.Amomum cardamomum)

We offer gifts from our garden to share the bounty of over 40 years of gardening. Sales of our products helps me restore the land and educate others. I am Certified Naturally Grown and a biodynamic gardener. EVERYTHING on the store is grown here. We make our own compost with our horses manure and have never used commercial chicken manures or any chemicals on our farm. We began the garden in 78. Our gardens are worked with a tiller and by hand. We have used organic practices long before there was even a national or local organization as I feel that consumers need to connect to the land as well as the growers of their foods. We feed our animals, organic, GMO free foods. I sell produce, herbs, flowers, seed or plants by appointment. I also offer educational tours and classes.

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