Where can we find you?
We are in all Portland and Seattle area New Seasons Markets, Whole Foods Markets, Fred Meyer Stores, and select Safeway stores.
You can also find us at Roths's in Salem, Town and Country in the Seattle area, Chuck’s Produce, Food Front Cooperative Grocery, Cherry Sprout Produce, World Foods, Raw Raw Raw Produce, and select Natural Grocers.
What products do you offer?
We are currently offering a variety of herbs including:
Living Genovese Basil, Thai Basil, Purple Basil, Lemon Basil, Sage, Oregano, Mint, and Thyme.
We’ve also begun offering micro greens at select New Seasons Market stores.
How do I care for my living herbs?
Living Herbs should be put on a window sill to get as much light as possible. Also, be careful not to over water them. Just water every 1-2 days or as needed. Allow proper drainage by setting on a plate or in a jar, and be sure they aren't sitting in a pool of water.
Do not refrigerate, they will die immediately.
You can also transplant them into a larger container. The peat moss container we use is 100% bio degradable, so you don't even have to take the plants out of the container!
What is Aquaponics?
Aquaponics is a farming technique that involves the combination of hydroponics (growing plants without soil) and aquaculture (raising fish).
Why does my plant die after I’ve taken it home?
Most likely because of either under watering or over watering. Remember that if you’re unsatisfied with any Live Local Organic herbs or produce, bring it in to our farm and we’ll replace it for free.
Where is your farm located?
Our farm is located in Milwaukie, OR just south of the Sellwood neighborhood of Portland. We operate out of a 14,000 square foot warehouse which serves all our customers throughout Seattle, WA, and from Portland down to Eugene, OR.
Can I replant it?
Yes! Many customers choose to replant their living herbs, however, you can always choose to keep it in it’s pot if you’d like.
What kinds of food do I use basil with?
All kinds! If you’d like a list of some of our favorite recipes, please see our Recipes page.