Items for purchase

Windows for Cold Frames – We have 7 different sizes. Create your rectangular enclosure and send me the dimensions. Prices range from $4 to $9 depending on size. You must pick up the windows. They are wood framed glass windows repurposed from construction sites. They are in good condition. They are laid over the cold frame area and keep heat in while your seeds germinate and sprout. See blog on cold frames <Here>. Contact through this blog site.

Immunity Tea – Herbs grown organically at Hillside Gardens, delicious original recipe for the cold season. One ounce bag makes about seven pots of tea, $7/bag + s&h (includes tax) Buy Now Button

Jerusalem artichokes – seeding roots now available for planting – a great root vegetable which is wonderful raw for salads, even better added to cooked items as a flavor enhancer.   $14.83/lb. includes taxes, s&h Buy Now Button

Kombucha Tea Starter Kit – Scoby (the starter mushroom) and booklet of information – all you need to know to make your own and what it can do for you health-wise. 1 scoby, 1 book pack  $25.83 (includes s&h)Buy Now Button

Booklets by Diann Dirks – $10 + s&h($5):

  • Starting Your Garden Early – A handbook for spring planting. Includes cool weather plants and tips for best yield. Preview Image
  • Bio-Char Charcoal – A handbook for creating and utilizing Bio-Char to greatly increase soil fertility and beneficial micro-organisms using techniques from Korean and Japanese Natural Farming.   Preview Image
  • Companion Gardening – A handbook for annual plant communities which are mutually beneficial. Contains lists of cross-benefiting garden vegetables, AKA “Guilds”. Preview Image
  • Kombucha Tea – The handbook for creating your own “Immortal Elixir”, a 2000 year old fermented beverage that provides deep health benefits. Full simple instructions for brewing and second fermenting custom flavors and medicinal herbal blends.  Preview Image

Tulsi (Holy Basil) Tea – 2 oz. organically grown at Hillside Gardens in highly energetic soil, known in Ayervedic medicine as a powerful adaptogenic tonic – dry loose tea $9/bag + s&h($5) Preview Image

Oregano Oil – Wild organic essential oil in EVOO, great for flu and cold season, soothing and healthful $9/ 1 oz. bottle +s&h($5) Preview Image

Black Walnut Tincture – Wild crafted tincture in vodka, excellent and healthy for the flu season and good for pet parasites $9/1 oz. dropper bottle +s&h($5) Preview Image

Seeds (available for purchase in person only) all heirloom and open pollinating – more than one year old but still 85% germination – every conceivable edible annual for North America  – Organic $1/packet, regular $.75, seed saved from our garden $2.50/packet. Let us know what you want and we will pull the seeds and find out s&h for you.

Disclaimer: No products are FDA approved. You must research how to use products for health reasons. I am not licensed to give health advice and am not liable for misuse. All products are made at Hillside Gardens from natural gardening methods. Not certified organic but no artificial chemicals are ever used. Commercial seeds sold are in original packaging – I am merely offering them to you, having made sure that I have received them from a non-gmo, ethical and reputable source. Seeds saved from our garden are not commercial but are for sale in limited quantities, packaged at the garden.

Pictures to follow as the blog comes up to speed.

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7 Responses to Items for purchase

  1. Gina says:

    Do you have white clover? I think we want the dutch clover, we’re using it as a live mulch in areas of our garden we don’t need to plant in (which is quite large).

    Thanks!

  2. Lori says:

    Hi! I am interested in some Jerusalem artichokes. I already grow them, but can’t verify that they are non GMO. I would order at least two pounds, perhaps more, depending on total cost. Thank you!!!

  3. Stephanie says:

    Do you still sell the super boo boo cream?

    • didirks says:

      Yes Stephanie, I have some for sale. If you come by Hillside Gardens, in Auburn, Ga., the price is $9 a tin. If I send it to you, it’s $15. Multiple tins up to about 8 tins, the shipping and handling is $6. Let me know if this works for you and how many you want. I make them in small batches so let me know how many you need. Go onto my paypal button on the blog to get it. Thank you. Diann

  4. T Evans says:

    Hi,
    I live just south of Atlanta Ga & am looking for permaculture sites to visit. I am also interested in your school, is it still going? I can’t find specific info within the page. Do you do tours of any kind?
    Thanks
    T

  5. Lisa Morgan says:

    Also interested in classes. As above – I too live south of Atlanta. Thanks

    • didirks says:

      Hi, I responded by email but I realize you probably are interested in Permaculture knowledge. I live in Auburn, NE of Atlanta. Let me know what you had in mind to learn. I do a number of types of classes. Thanks, Diann

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