Straw House Herbs

Straw House Herbs

A farm stand in Cherry Valley, NY featuring herbs, plants, produce, preserves, tinctures and handmade items for kitchen and garden by local growers and artisans.

Open the 2nd weekend of each month through November, plus early December and special events.

Operating as usual

10/20/2021

FREE WORKSHOP: Creating NO-DIG Garden Beds! No-dig It’s good for the earth and good for the gardener. Come find out how easy it is!!
Today, Wednesday 10/20, 12-3pm
3740 State Highway 166, Cherry Valley (follow the driveway to the grass road to get to gardens behind the house) Dress for gardening!

FREE WORKSHOP: Creating NO-DIG Garden Beds! No-dig It’s good for the earth and good for the gardener. Come find out how easy it is!!
Today, Wednesday 10/20, 12-3pm
3740 State Highway 166, Cherry Valley (follow the driveway to the grass road to get to gardens behind the house) Dress for gardening!

10/07/2021

The shop is filling up for our Harvest Event weekend with many new products. We still have garlic, herbed vinegar, tinctures, new herb wreaths, more from our many artisans, and a 113lb "Big Max" pumpkin raffle open to all visitors.

The shop is filling up for our Harvest Event weekend with many new products. We still have garlic, herbed vinegar, tinctures, new herb wreaths, more from our many artisans, and a 113lb "Big Max" pumpkin raffle open to all visitors.

09/29/2021

So happy to be a part of this! Can’t wait for a taste!!

Something to look forward to ... release of the Blueberry Thyme Gose, part of the XO series. It is a German-style sour beer with the very best organic blueberries from our friends at Ingalls Blueberry Hill and local thyme from our neighbors at Straw House Herbs. This is a flavorful, fruity and refreshing brew! And so very local, handcrafted, fresh. Back on tap this weekend!

09/29/2021

Straw House Herbs

Mimi is waiting to greet you! We love this abundant time of year. I’ve been busy in the garden and kitchen making herb salts, herbal vinegars, fruit syrups and cordials, herb and garlic wreaths and braids, tinctures and more! We now have 18 local artists that have joined the Straw House Herbs Artisans who have filled the shop to the brim with their wares! It’s bound to be a beautiful weekend in our part of the world with peak fall color. Hope you add us to your weekend plans!! 3740 State Highway 166, Cherry Valley, NY

Straw House Herbs A farm stand in Cherry Valley, NY featuring herbs, plants, produce, preserves, tinctures and handmade items for kitchen and garden by local growers and artisans. Open the 2nd weekend of each month through November, plus early December and special events.

09/07/2021

We have garlic galore this weekend! Fresh garlic, garlic braids, garlic vinegar, garlic salts, garlic honey, and our famous roasted potatoes with garlic butter!! There will be a lecture “Growing Great Garlic,” Saturday and again on Sunday at 2:00pm

We have garlic galore this weekend! Fresh garlic, garlic braids, garlic vinegar, garlic salts, garlic honey, and our famous roasted potatoes with garlic butter!! There will be a lecture “Growing Great Garlic,” Saturday and again on Sunday at 2:00pm

Straw House Herbs 08/11/2021

Straw House Herbs

The store is bursting with cordials and jellies from the garden. Our Artisans are always bringing new and exciting items from their studios! Maureen Newman has a selection of irises from her amazing garden just in time for fall planting! And so much more! @strawhouseherbs

Straw House Herbs Garden Fest 2021 COME JOIN US FOR THIS EXCITING EVENT! We will have food, garden tours, a dozen guest vendors in addition to our own Straw House Herbs Artisans, and informative lectures! Click here for more details on guest vendors and lecture schedule! July 7, 2021July 7, 2021 strawhouseherbs Leave...

07/11/2021

Today is the last day of the Garden Festival, don't miss it! Our regular artisans and guest vendors have brought their best!

Today is the last day of the Garden Festival, don't miss it! Our regular artisans and guest vendors have brought their best!

Photos from Straw House Herbs's post 07/08/2021

Cordials from homegrown berries and herbs will be on the menu this weekend’s Straw House Herbs Garden Fest along with roasted potatoes with garlic butter, fresh salads, and lavender shortbread!strawhouseherbs.com
July 10-11, Saturday 10-5, Sunday 12-5 3740 State Highway 166, Cherry Valley, NY

07/07/2021

The Straw House Herbs Garden Fest Lecture Schedule:
SATURDAY, July 10th

11:00 Kat Chiba
What is Permaculture?
A brief overview of the the major characteristics of permaculture design and it's benefits for the ecosystem and the individual.
11:30 Karla Andela
Centering the Potter and the Clay Through an embodied experience, the participant will center their body and mind through movement, breath, and experiencing the tactile nature of clay while making a small pinch pot.
12:00 TBD
12:30 Tai Chi
Interactive beginner level class led by Kazuhira Chiba
1:00 Christine Hulse
Goat to Garment: What makes Cashmere
Introduction into raising goats for this specialty fiber.
1:30 Connie Tedesco
Native Plants -Gardening WITH nature
2:00 Jeff Wager
Different tree woods and ther Uses The wood from all trees is not created equal. Learn some of the uses for wood from different trees.
2:30 Maureen Newman
Plant Pollinators
How and why to attract beneficial insects to your garden. Many specific plants will also be available to purchase.
3:00 Diane Snedden
Starting a Small Scale Meat Farm Learn about the some of the joys and pitfalls of starting your own farm from former suburbanite turned homesteader.
3:30 Ruth Irving
Sculpting with mixed media Painting with ink and using different materials to sculpt.

SUNDAY, July 11th
12:30 Kat Chiba
What is Permaculture?
A brief overview of the the major characteristics of permaculture design and it's benefits for the ecosystem and the individual.
1:00 Mary Harvard, Sur le Table Vintage Table settings and their uses
1:30 Maureen Newman
Plant Pollinators
How and why to attract beneficial insects to your garden. Many specific plants will also be available to purchase.
2:00 Barbara Hall
Civil War Quilting
Historic craft using reproduction fabrics to tell a story.
2:30 Tai Chi
Interactive beginner level class led by Kazuhira Chiba

The Straw House Herbs Garden Fest Lecture Schedule:
SATURDAY, July 10th

11:00 Kat Chiba
What is Permaculture?
A brief overview of the the major characteristics of permaculture design and it's benefits for the ecosystem and the individual.
11:30 Karla Andela
Centering the Potter and the Clay Through an embodied experience, the participant will center their body and mind through movement, breath, and experiencing the tactile nature of clay while making a small pinch pot.
12:00 TBD
12:30 Tai Chi
Interactive beginner level class led by Kazuhira Chiba
1:00 Christine Hulse
Goat to Garment: What makes Cashmere
Introduction into raising goats for this specialty fiber.
1:30 Connie Tedesco
Native Plants -Gardening WITH nature
2:00 Jeff Wager
Different tree woods and ther Uses The wood from all trees is not created equal. Learn some of the uses for wood from different trees.
2:30 Maureen Newman
Plant Pollinators
How and why to attract beneficial insects to your garden. Many specific plants will also be available to purchase.
3:00 Diane Snedden
Starting a Small Scale Meat Farm Learn about the some of the joys and pitfalls of starting your own farm from former suburbanite turned homesteader.
3:30 Ruth Irving
Sculpting with mixed media Painting with ink and using different materials to sculpt.

SUNDAY, July 11th
12:30 Kat Chiba
What is Permaculture?
A brief overview of the the major characteristics of permaculture design and it's benefits for the ecosystem and the individual.
1:00 Mary Harvard, Sur le Table Vintage Table settings and their uses
1:30 Maureen Newman
Plant Pollinators
How and why to attract beneficial insects to your garden. Many specific plants will also be available to purchase.
2:00 Barbara Hall
Civil War Quilting
Historic craft using reproduction fabrics to tell a story.
2:30 Tai Chi
Interactive beginner level class led by Kazuhira Chiba

[07/07/21]   Schedule of lectures at Straw House Herbs Garden Fest July 10-11

SATURDAY
11:00 Kat Chiba
What is Permaculture?
A brief overview of the the major characteristics of permaculture design and it's benefits for the ecosystem and the individual.
11:30 Karla Andela
Centering the Potter and the Clay Through an embodied experience, the participant will center their body and mind through movement, breath, and experiencing the tactile nature of clay while making a small pinch pot.
12:00 TBD
12:30 Tai Chi
Interactive beginner level class led by Kazuhira Chiba
1:00 Christine Hulse
Goat to Garment: What makes Cashmere Introduction into raising goats for this specialty fiber.
1:30 Connie Tedesco
Native Plants Of Otsego County Explore local plant diversity in Otsego County
2:00 Jeff Wagner
Different tree woods and ther Uses The wood from all trees is not created equal. Learn some of the uses for wood from different trees.
2:30 Maureen Newman
Plant Pollinators
How and why to attract beneficial insects to your garden. Many specific plants will also be available to purchase.
3:00 Diane Snedden
Starting a Small Scale Meat Farm Learn about the some of the joys and pitfalls of starting your own farm from former suburbanite turned homesteader.
3:30 Ruth Irving
Sculpting with mixed media
Painting with ink and using different materials to sculpt.
SUNDAY
12:30 Kat Chiba
What is Permaculture?
A brief overview of the the major characteristics of permaculture design and it's benefits for the ecosystem and the individual.
1:00 Mary Harvard
Sur le Table: Vintage Table settings and their uses
1:30 Maureen Newman
Plant Pollinators
How and why to attract beneficial insects to your garden. Many specific plants will also be available to purchase.
2:00 Barbara Hall
Civil War Quilting
Historic craft using reproduction fabrics to tell a story.
2:30 Tai Chi
Interactive beginner level class led by Kazuhira Chiba

06/27/2021

We are happy to announce this event will have a dozen guest vendors and lecturers! Subjects range from “How to start a small meat farming operation,” “Native plants of Otsego county,” What is Permaculture,” “Plants as pollinators,” “Different woods and their uses,” Cashmere, from goat to garment,” and more! See you there!

We are happy to announce this event will have a dozen guest vendors and lecturers! Subjects range from “How to start a small meat farming operation,” “Native plants of Otsego county,” What is Permaculture,” “Plants as pollinators,” “Different woods and their uses,” Cashmere, from goat to garment,” and more! See you there!

06/10/2021

I'm so excited to see you in the shop soon! Straw House Herbs is open for the season this weekend, June 12-13 with products from the straw house herbs growers and artisans. We are open the second weekend of every month Saturdays 10-5 and Sundays 12-5 plus other special events TBA. For more event information: https://www.facebook.com/events/509828646876422

I'm so excited to see you in the shop soon! Straw House Herbs is open for the season this weekend, June 12-13 with products from the straw house herbs growers and artisans. We are open the second weekend of every month Saturdays 10-5 and Sundays 12-5 plus other special events TBA. For more event information: https://www.facebook.com/events/509828646876422

06/08/2021

Garden Fest, our big July event, has a few more spots for vendors!!! Message me for more information and application as soon as possible!

Garden Fest, our big July event, has a few more spots for vendors!!! Message me for more information and application as soon as possible!

Photos from Straw House Herbs's post 06/07/2021

Straw House Herbs is open this weekend and the 2nd weekend of EVERY month until December!
Opening!!!!Saturday June 12 (10-5), Sunday the 13th (12-5)

03/29/2021

2021 Schedule: See you soon!!

2021 Schedule: See you soon!!

Straw House Herbs 03/29/2021

Straw House Herbs

CALL FOR VENDORS!!!!!
Straw House Herbs is having a Garden Fest on July 10-11, 2021. For more details and an application, fb message or email me at: [email protected].

Straw House Herbs This shop is the culmination of decades of gardening experience between my husband and me. In the store we specialize in herbs seeds, fresh greens and our blue ribbon garlic! You also might find herb salt, crabapple jelly, pear caramel sauce, spiced vinegars or elderberry syrup. Additionally, I have...

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3740 State Highway 166
Cherry Valley, NY
13320
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