Healing Thyme Gardens is owned and operated by our family. We have a passion for healthy living and believe that food is the best medicine money can buy. We grow vegetables naturally, the way God intended, without GMOs, pesticides or herbicides. We offer lots of varieties, and colors - all open pollinated heirlooms. You can find us at local farmer's markets in the area or purchase a CSA Vegetable Farmshare.

When you join our CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) Vegetable Farmshare Program you support our local farming efforts by making a commitment to buy a seasonal farmshare with baked goods, herbs, vegetables, eggs, and berries and/or fruit. We in turn make a commitment to provide you the best locally grown products from our farm and other local farmers in season. Then, you pick up your weekly share box at a drop point in your local community. You and your family get the benefits of fresh-picked varieties from spring, summer and fall. We offer half, full, senior, and large family vegetable shares.

Listing last updated on Nov 19, 2014


"LET MEDICINE BE THY FOOD, AND FOOD BE THY MEDICINE." - Hippocrates BUY LOCAL, EAT FRESH


Season:  June through October

Type:  multiple farm

Since:  2009

# of Shares:  20

Share Prices:  $460 - Traditional Share, $225 - Senior Share, $560 - Lg Family Share. Season is approximately 20-22 weeks.

Work Req?  No


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Schedule and Location:

Centerville, Iowa - Wednesdays - North side of Courthouse Square 3:30pm - 6p.m.
Albia, Iowa - SE corner Courthouse Square Friday 4:00 - 6:00p.m.
Moravia, Iowa - at Historical Depot, Fridays 5:30 - 7:00 p.m.
Drakesville, Iowa - Monday 6:00 p.m., Wednesday 10:00 a.m., and Friday 10:00 a.m. - at Southern Iowa Produce Auction



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My husband and I joined the Healing Thyme Gardens CSA program on June 1, 2012. What a wonderful experience it has been! We originally signed up for a 10-week 1/2-share program, but after the first week, we knew we wanted to continue into the fall.... [more]

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