WYLDE HERBS

Oak Cottage
Poundsgate
Ashburton
Devon
TQ13 7NU
UK

Tel: 01364 631233
Mobile: 077952 03644
Email: info@wylde.gn.apc.org

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ABOUT WYLDE HERBS

We are a Westcountry based business offering consultancy and advisory services on organic and biodynamic medicinal plants and herbs, related crops and products.We also grow and research some specialist medicinal plants by arrangement.

Business consultancy

This includes organic herb growing and processing options; new product development based on organic herbs; sourcing of high quality and fully traceable herbs for UK grown products; producer co-operation for processing and marketing.

Business support and advisory services

We offer general business support in horticulture related business, and specific advice for organic horticulture businesses looking to specialise in organic herbs. Also including farm shops wanting to extend their products range, on-farm tourism operators wanting to add herb gardens to their premises and herb-based shop businesses.

 


Talks and training events

We have organised training events on organic herb production and processing for the past 7 years; also public talks and presentations on this specialist area, tailoring to the audience needs. Clients include the Eden Project, Soil Association,Duchy College of Agriculture, University of Westminster's School of Integrated Medicine.

Next event:

Eden Project on June 1st 2007, at 6pm, for the Friends of Eden group. A guided Herb Walk around the Eden site followed by a herby meal. To book, telephone the Eden Friends desk on 01726 811910.

WYLDE HERBS also offers:

*Organic medicinal plants (by arrangement)
*Research and report production
*Feasibility studies and market research
*Article writing
*Herb garden design and planning

Volunteers:
Volunteers are welcome to come and work within the small herb field or propagation area with us on south Dartmoor. We have supervised horticulture students from Bicton College on placement at Wylde Herbs.