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We are a small but mighty company offering organically grown herb plants and herbal products via mail-order.
Visit us on the web at http://www.possumcreekherb.com. Wholesale and retail. Possum Creek will not be publishing a catalog this year. It has been proven that people are shopping directly from the internet more and more which makes creating and printing a catalog cost prohibitive. We have some great photos and descriptions on the website to help make your plant purchase easier. If you would rather not order from our website, make your list from the herbs we have available and give us a call. We are in the process of creating an herb guide which will be available on the website in late January.
Possum Creek is so customer service oriented. I live in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and we can't even think about putting anything in the ground here until after June 1. Michelle held off sending my herbs and when they arrived they were all healthy and well! They were well packed and as an herbalist, I appreciated the quality of the herbs. I'm a customer for life now!
We just received our order of 500 lavender plants from Possum Creek. I have to say we are extremely happy! The plants are very large, vigorous and healthy. The packing was done extremely well. I can't recommend this nursery highly enough! Their customer service is one of the best as well.
I got plants from them this summer. They arrived in very good condition and were all very healthy. The nursery is run by a very helpful and lovely lady.
Will buy again.
fmhos Youngstown, OH (Zone 5a) (1 review) July 2, 2006
I have purchased herbs from Possum Creek for several years, these are the hardiest plants I've ever come across! Even I can get them to grow...and winter over in NE Ohio.
Only by sitting on one (oops) have any sucumed to my less than green thumb.