For the Love of a Farm... a Little Elbow Grease and some Lavender
You have to live farming to really understand farming
Our farm, located in the temperate Thermal Belt Region of North Carolina, is rich in both historic character and agricultural history. Once Cherokee Indians land, the farm borders an old Indian trail which was chartered as the Howard Gap Toll Road in 1835. In the late 1870's our land grew the famous Tryon Grapes. As a family we have nurtured this land using organic farming practices for over 60 years.
In 2015, we, as the third generation, took on the task of "breathing life" back into the old farm. Growing Culinary Lavender and Heirloom Vegetables & Herbs, as well as creating Food Products from these items is enabling us to realize our goal.