Hollie’s Homegrown is a small, organic family farm in Moraga, California (25 minutes east of San Francisco). We specialize in growing culinary herbs, herbal teas, and making herbal body & bath products. Grown to perfection in our own backyard (literally!), we keep a watchful eye on our precious plants like part of the family.
Hollie usesorganic farming practiceswithout the use of harmful pesticides or chemical fertilizers, you can feel confident everything from Hollie's Homegrown is safe and healthy for you and the environment.
A special THANK YOU to everyone that participated in the Garden Tour/Slow Food Internatinal Potluck in August. It was a fantastic day and a resounding success – maybe I’ll make this an annual event! It was truly my pleasure to share my home and garden with all of you. I was so impressed with the delicious and beautiful food everyone brought and the wonderful uses of herbs. I’m so grateful for your support and our shared commitment to healthy, delicious, and FUN gardening and cooking… thank you!
Click on the PDF below to read an article about it in our local paper!
Hollie at the Fort Mason market in SF
Hollie will be back at these Farmers' Markets in 2013:
Click on Etsy to purchase Hollie's Homegrown Products!
Hollie's Homegrown will be there! This amazing event is NOT your grandma's sequined-Santa-sweater show...it's a curated indie-craft marketplace showcasing the best and most diverse of the Bay Area and beyond. We are VERY thrilled to be chosen to participate, so come join the fun and buy some unique holiday gifts from talented artist, designers and specialty food crafters like me!!
New on the Farm
It's Fall...cool foggy mornings and warm afternoons are telling the herbs its time to get ready for winter dormancy. So everything is prepping for seed and flowering, like the gorgeous flowering lavender balm, white blossoms on the oregano and garlic chives, pink marjoram, and delicate purple petals on the cinnamon basil - so beautiful! And remember... ALL FLOWERS ON HERBS ARE EDIBLE! So please eat them along with the leaves, they have great flavor - don't be afraid to add them to your favorite dishes.
We are in full swing at the Farmers Markets, and very busy harvesting and drying before the real cool weather comes. We look forward to seeing you there!