The Herb Society of America is dedicated to promoting the knowledge, use, and delight of herbs through educational programs, research, and sharing the experience of its members with the community. The Delaware Valley Unit of the Herb Society of America meets monthly at the Holcombe-Jimison Farmstead Museum, where we cultivate an International Culinary Herb Garden. We also sponsor several educational programs about herbs locally every year, and conduct an annual Herb Sale the third Saturday every May where one can find the old favorites and many unique herb plants.
Herb Sale 2021 is open for business!!
We are working closely with our grower to provide an excellent experience in two ways: getting orders in early and allowing for substitutions. There are some herbs that we only get one variety. But things like Thyme, Rosemary, Basil, Oregano-we are asking you to indicate if you would allow similar substitution or would like a refund. Please look for the substitution question on the online ordering site (below the shop now button) or on the paper order form. And please-SHOP EARLY!!
Click button below for online (credit card) ordering:
YES, you can order with a check!! Please print this order form and mail to the address listed on the form along with your check made out to Herb Society of America. Please print clearly! You will receive email confirmation upon receipt and will be contacted to schedule a pick up time when the check has cleared.
Mail in order form must be postmarked by April 15!!
Please be prompt for your pickup time so we can prevent waiting.
We are looking forward to seeing you again, though socially distant, this spring!!
Chervil: Anthriscus cereifolium
Sometimes is called French chervil or garden parsley to distinguish it from similar plants growing in the wild, Chervil is an umbelliferae having flat topped clusters such as parsley and carrot. It is a hardy annual which will reseed each fall after blooming.
Read more about Chervil
Moon Phases and Planting
Plant annuals, fruit, vegetables and herbs that bear crops above ground during the waxing
moon. Plant flowering bulbs, biennial and perennial flowers, vegetables and herbs that bear
crops below ground during the waning moon.
Read more about moon phases and planting
March Full Moons
Full moon names date back to Native Indians, of what is now the northern and eastern United States.
Read more about the name of the March 2021 full moon