Misfit Farm

The Northwest School of Herbalism & Misfit Farm are divisions of Misfit Enterprises LLC

 

Our sister business is a very small producer

of gourmet vegetables, fruits, nuts, flowers and herbs. 

We have been living and growing Green long before the current

trend so our land is managed using only natural, environmentally

responsible and sustainable style farming practices. 

We endeavor to use only certified organic or heirloom seeds.

Our produce is available farm direct with pick up and deliveries by arrangement.  Our goal is to provide the freshest and highest quality grown food and medicinals for ourselves and our community, in celebration of the vast Northwest bounty. 

  

Available Now

Eggs

Homestead Eggs...some of the best you've ever had, really!  $3.50 dozen 

 

Medicinal Dried Herbs

Calendula  Calendula officinalis dried flowers

Echinacea  Echinacea purpurea  dried aerial

Dandelion  Taraxacum officinale  dried leaves

Peach  Prunus persica dried leaves«

 

Herbal Products

Handcrafted herbal products personalized to your needs such as salves, lotions, liniments, teas, tincture formulations, flower essences, aromatherapy products and more email us for more details.

 

Available this Growing Season

email for availability

Medicinal & Culinary  Herbs

Ashwagandha  Withania somnifera - root

Basil Genovese & lemon  Ocimum - leaves

Basil HolyTusli-Krishna & Rama Ocimum sanctum; Vana O. gratissimum

Black Eyed Susan  Rudbeckia fulgida - taking orders for fresh fall root

Calendula  Calendula officinalis - fresh or dry flowers

California poppy  Eschscholzia californica - fresh aerial parts 

Chervil  Anthriscus cerefolium - fresh aerial parts 

Cilantro  Coriandrum sativum - fresh aerial parts 

Chives  Allium schoenoprasum - fresh aerial parts 

Dandelion  Taraxacum officinale  fresh or dry leaves & fall root

Dill  Anethum graveolens - fresh aerial parts

Echinacea   Echinacea purpurea - fresh or dry aerial parts

Echinacea   Echinacea purpurea - taking orders for fresh fall root

Garden Burnet  Pimpinella - fresh aerial parts

Horehound - Marrubium vulgare - fresh aerial parts

Lavender  Lavendula officinalis - fresh aerial parts                                       Lemon Balm  Melissa officinalis - fresh aerial parts

Lovage Levisticum officinale - fresh aerial parts

Marshmallow  Althaea officinalis - fresh aerial parts

Motherwort  Leonurus cardiaca - fresh aerial parts

Oregano Origanum vulgare- fresh aerial parts

Plantain  Plantago sp. - fresh or dried leaves

Rosemary  Rosmarinus officinalis - fresh or dry aerial parts

Sage  Salvia officinalis - fresh aerial parts

Sage  Salvia apiana - fresh or dry aerial parts

St. John's Wort   Hypericum perforatum - fresh aerial parts                          Valerian   Valeriana officinalis - taking orders for fresh fall root

Yellow Dock  Rumex crispis - dried root

 

Vegtables

Artichoke

Violetto di Chioggia

Beans                                                                                                French Flageolet Shelling Bean * Haricots Verts * Indy Gold * Kentucky Wonder * Marvel of Venice * Royalty Purple Pod * Supermarconi

Beets

Bull’s Blood * Chiogga * Green Top Bunching * Golden

Cardoon

Italian Giant

Carrot

Danver * Nantes * Rainbow

Celery

Red Giant

Celeriac

Bergers White Ball

Chicory

Italiano Rosso

Cucumber

Armenian * Marketer * Parisian gherkin * Straight Eight  

Eggplant

 

Greens

Arugula

Dandelion

Pak Choy and Baby Pak Choy

Spinach

Leeks

American Flag

Lettuce

Butterhead - Marvel of Four Seasons

Leaf - Green Salad Bowl * Red Salad Bowl * Red Sails * Royal Oak

Romaine - Deer Tongue * Lentisma * Little Gem *

Rouge d Hiver * Speckled Trout * Tom Thumb

Melon and Watermelon

Charentais and other assorted Euro Melons * Minnesota Midget * Moon and Stars

Onion

Bianca di Maggio Cipollini * Italian Red Torpedo * Rossa Di Milano * Walla Walla

Parsnip

Andover

Peas

Marvel of Italy * Oregon sugar pod II * Progress #9 * Telephone

Pepper

Aji Colorado * Cayenne * Corno di Toro * Nardello * Numex Big Jim * Negro de Valle Pardon * Numex Joe Parker * Pasilla * Quadrato Rosso di Asti * Red Peter * Santo Domingo * Sigaretta di Bergamo

Pumpkin

Cinderella * Kakai * Small Sugar

Radish

Cherry Belle * French Breakfast

Rapini

Foglia D’Olivio

Swiss Chard

Bright Lights * Ruby Red

Summer Squash & Zucchini

Costata Romanesco * Patission Strie Mix

Tomato

Aunt Ruby’s German Green * Aussie * Beefsteak * Brandywine * Black Krim * Black Plum * Cherokee Chocolate * Hillbilly * Ken’s Orange * Marianna’s Peace * Pruden’s Purple * San Marzano * Taxi * Vintage Wine * Yellow Pear

Turnip

Gold Ball

Winter Squash

Bitter Root Buttercup * Delicata * Confection * Galeux d’eysines * Marina di Chioggia * Red Kuri * Sweet Meat * Table Gold Acorn * Table King Acorn

Fruit - weather and the universe permitting

Apple

Blueberry

Cherry

Fig

Goumi

Hazelnut

Pear

Peach

Plum

Raspberry

Walnut

«Plants harvested on nearby private property, which is Certified Organic

» Plants ethically wildharvested on nearby public property

 

Email us for pricing and timing

 

Organic is now dead as a meaningful synonym for the highest quality food.  Responsible growers need to identify not only that our food is grown to higher, more considered standards, but also that it is much fresher because it is grown right where it is sold.”

“We now need to ask whether we want to be content with an ‘organic’ food option that places the marketing concerns of corporate America ahead of nutrition, flavor and social benefits to consumers.”

Eliot Coleman

 

 

 

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