Spring Thyme Herb Farm: Hockessin, Delaware

 

Spring Thyme Herb Farm

We are so fortunate to say that Spring Thyme Herb Farm is our hyper-local source for herbs, all year-round. Founded in 1989, they are the first certified organic farm in Delaware and serve as a premier supplier of herbs, edible flowers, and hydrosols for use as skin care. They are wholesale only. Specializing in culinary herbs, including many usual varieties, and edible flowers, Spring Thyme Herb Farm is known to grow the finest organic herbs in the business. Their herbs are a great way to add flavor and nutrition to any meal!

Marjorie Spring Thyme Herbs
Marjorie, founder of Spring Thyme Herb Farm

Family Roots

Spring Thyme Herb Farm is a small family farm using organic growing practices to produce healthy, fragrant herbs and vibrant edible flowers. Their founder, Marjorie Lamb, has a love of herbs and flowers and a commitment to sustainability and organic agriculture. Their herbs and flowers are carefully harvested by hand and packed to order to ensure superior quality and freshness. In addition to being a USDA certified organic grower, certified by Pennsylvania Certified Organic, Marjorie and her family are qualified as a USDA certified organic processor.

The Power of Herbs

Here are some interesting herbal facts from Spring Thyme Herb Farm:

  • Herbs have been grown and used since ancient times. The Romans rubbed their wooden dining tables with fresh rosemary and mint for a lovely smell while dining.
  • Herbs have the highest oil content and strongest flavor right before they flower.
  • Fresh herbs and edible flowers are wonderful additions in cooking and as garnishes. Using herbs and flowering herbs in flower bouquets adds beauty, scent and texture.
  • Fresh herbs add fresh flavor to food. When cooking with fresh herbs use 2-3 times as much fresh as you would use of the same dried herb. Don’t be afraid to experiment!

2 thoughts on “Spring Thyme Herb Farm: Hockessin, Delaware

  1. I would like to purchase flowers for a party March 31. I live in suburban Philadelphia . Where can I find? Which Whole Foods carry.

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