Sage Hill Gardens

Sage Hill Gardens – A Sustainable Project

The Gate-Keepers at Sage Hill Gardens are drawing from generations of family farming practices to build and maintain a Sustainable homestead. Through the commitment of using resources wisely, doing no harm in the process, and giving back more than we take…leaving a better legacy for the next and future generations.

We invite you to explore our site for information about sustainable farming practices and safe healthy eating choices, and we also hope you will enjoy our delicious teas and seasonings!

Stevia….A Sweet Tale…

Stevia-the Sweet Herb~ Stevia's history in the US began in the early 1900's, when it was offered as an alternative to "white sugar" by those who were aware of the negatives from sugar over-use...the political power, such as we still see as a…

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Wednesday Wellness

Wednesday Wellness~

The Power Of Greens~ ~ Eat a few or eat a lot...you will reap great benefits either way.   Most all "experts" agree that eating lots of green vegetables and fruits will lessen our chances in a big way of avoiding heart disease…

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Herb Gardens In Small Spaces~

Herb Gardens in Small Places~ ~ Small spaces can bring a bounty of herbs and vegetables.So...if you are thinking you don't have room to grow herbs or your own garden...think again...outside the box. Most edible plants do very well in somewhat…

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himalayan-bath-salt

Healing Power of Salt~

For years I've been advocating the benefits of salt in a health focused routine...if you are still using basic table-salt, please, please... Stop!! Table salt is refined to a negative point with additives of anti-caking agents, these are the…

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Our Mission Statement:

  • To produce chemical free herbs by using organic, approved products to enrich and sustain our soil.
  • Through composting and cover cropping, nature can and does supply us with needed elements to meet our goals.
  • Our aim is to leave a better legacy for the next and all future generations to build on.