How We Chose a Name for Our Herb Farm

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So, who wants a to have an awesome little herb farm in Dalton, Georgia?  We do! So we’re going to start one. . . and blog about the whole process.

Ryan (my boyfriend) and I both come from farming families. This is a project we’ve been wanting to try for a while.

We have been thinking of a name for our herb farm for several months. We’ve worked out our business plan, ordered more plants and seeds, tilled and expanded the gardens. . . but still no good ideas for a name.

We did finally come up with a name we love, and I wanted to share it with you. Things are just in the beginning stages, and I thought it would be fun for everyone to follow along and see what goes into starting an herb farm. So I will be posting videos of the whole process over on YouTube- starting with how we chose our name!

Fair warning, farming of any kind rarely goes according to plan. So I’m sure this will make for some very interesting videos. Especially because we are starting tiny and bootstrapping our way up.

So my first video explains how we settled on a name for our fledgling herb farm. It’s now live and you can watch it here (below) or over on YouTube.

Our YouTube videos will also include herb gardening tips, focus on herbs that are out in the garden, and maybe feature some tutorials on recipes or herbal theory.

If there’s a topic you’d love to see or a question about herbs you’d like me to answer, I’d love for you to leave it in the comments below!

All the best,

Agatha

2 thoughts on “How We Chose a Name for Our Herb Farm”

  • I love the idea of an herb farm! Will this be for commercial production? and what will your market be? I am new to herbalism but loving all of my studies!! Always wanting to learn more and hear what others are doing!

    • Hi Amy, thanks for stopping by the blog. Our hay fields are leased out for another few years, so we won’t be trying commercial production anytime soon- although that would be neat! We do plan to sell fresh herbs at farmers markets in our area next year, and gradually build to hosting a yearly seedling sale. We’d love to offer dried herbs/teas, too, but we are still researching what would be necessary to do that. Enjoy your studies!

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