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Steppe One Farm and Nursery

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Steppe One Farm and Nursery operations are integrated into my family's 1.3 acre Permaculture homestead.  All our practices work to cultivate a thriving living soil and biodiverse ecosystem on the site.  The compost, fertilizers and soil mix components we use are OMRI certified.  We do not use chemical pesticides or fertilizers. 

We specialize in culinary and medicinal herbs, both fresh and dried, and also have seasonally available produce and cut flowers. We grow and harvest most of the herbs on the Park Farm Culinary and Medicinal Herbs List. You can also learn more about them and their uses on the Park Farm Culinary and Medicinal Herbs Descriptions and Uses chart.

Here are two printable Culinary Herb and Food Pairing charts. I keep them on the fridge for easy reference.



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In the Nursery, I grow primarily edible, medicinal and native perennials with some annual fruits and vegetables in the spring and early summer. My focus is on useful plants that do well in the high desert climate of Reno, Nevada. Most of the plants available in the nursery are also grown on-site in the ground to test and prove their hardiness here.

I grow many of the plants on the Park Farm Culinary and Medicinal Herbs List.

I also have some Late winter-Early Spring bare root plants available such as raspberries, goji berries, culinary and medicinal herbs, grape vines, and fruit trees. If you are interested in specific woody plants like berries or fruit trees please contact me early in the winter. Annual vegetables are available seasonally.

You can find Planting guides and tutorials on my Resources Page


Check out our Spring 2022 Bare Root Inventory!!!

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