Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Quailcrest Herb Farm

This is Quailcrest Herb Farm from the outside. It is a wonderful place in Wooster, Ohio. They have extensive herb gardens on the property. The first picture is of the house as you enter the property. It is where the owners live. The second building is the Tracy Barn, you can reserve it for special events.. The third picture is the entrance to the greenhouse. They have plants for sale outside too. If you are in a wheelchair or walker you will be able to get in the greenhouse through the walkway above. It is difficult to get around to see the plants outside. That area is set up like a garden, with small pathways.

The first three photos above were taken outside the greenhouse. The photos after were taken inside the greenhouse. It is easy to get around in a wheelchair and walker inside the greenhouse. Overall the place is lovely. In the spring they have a garden fair. Crafter's are invited to sell their handmade gardening items, there are antique gardening items also.. It is great fun. A scooter is the best way to get around the area, I use a walker with wheels and a seat.This year the show is June 11 and 12. I would recommend coming the first day. All the great things sell out quickly. Quailcrest has a website. www.quailcrestherbfarm.com. One more thing, they do not have wheelchairs to use , you need to provide your own.


  1. WOW! It looks like a nice place to spend some time...Nice new layout too, Susan! :-)

  2. I'm sure I could have a blast here! Love the new blog look!! Teresa

  3. What a fantastic place!
    I am so glad you are part of my blog family by following my blog…Ramblings from a Vintage Gal.

    I wanted to let you know that I have moved my blog over to my own URL and would love it if you would move over with me at www.vintagegalstyle.com, I am having a lovely French inspired giveaway for all my blog followers.

    Hope to see you there, Lynnie


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