Hidden Hollow Farm
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Welcome and thanks for visiting!

Hidden Hollow Farm is located in Mineral County, West Virginia on 75 acres of woodlands nestled in the foothills of the Allegheny Mountains.  We have been stewards of this land since 1995 and are very thankful that we have such a beautiful place to call home.  Our mission is to provide locally and organically grown food and medicinal herbs, and to serve as an education center for herbal studies and sustainable growing methods.  Because we have a minimal amount of open land with full sun, we use biointensive growing methods which can sustain a large amount of plants growing in a small amount of ground.  To learn more about our growing practices, click on the "about us" link.

We are currently on hiatus from participating in farmers markets. We hope to be vendors next year at the Keyser Farmers Market which is open from June-October on Friday mornings from 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon. Plans are in the works for an Herbal CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) to be offered soon for anyone wishing to support our small business and learn about using herbs and herbal medicines. More information on the Herbal CSA shares will be forthcoming. Please like our Facebook page to receive notices of news and updates. We look forward to meeting you at a festival or market, or come to the farm for a class or herb walk. Please feel free to contact us:

Hidden Hollow Farm
RR1 Box 228 D
Keyser, WV 26726

540-336-3997
info@hiddenhollowfarmwv.com
 

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bee on a Greek Mullein flower

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Closeup of St. John's Wort flower

Two different St. John's Wort species
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Hypericum punctatum on left, Hypericum perforatum on right

We are members of the following organizations:

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