• Echinacea purpurea or Purple Coneflower
  • Passionflower Passiflora incarnata
  • Evening Primrose "Ozark Sundrops"
  • Chinese Leopard Flower or Blackberry Lilly
  • Yellow Dotted Mint Monarda punctuata
  • Dandelion with a pollinator friend

Crimson Sage Nursery






We are a small, woman owned business nestled in the beautiful Klamath River Valley of Northwest California. We are surrounded by 5 rugged mountain ranges known as the "Klamath Knot" and our narrow, steep sided valley provides a fantastic growing climate for a large diversity of Herbs.
We offer a unique and extensive selection of rare  and endangered Live  Medicinal Plants including medicinal plants from the Chinese and Ayurvedic healing traditions, along with many endangered and hard to find  Native American and European herbs.
Propagating and growing Medicinal Herb Plants has been our passion for more than 30 years. Our enthusiasm is renewed each spring as new seedlings emerge and the perennials push through the soil showing new life!! We look forward to having the opportunity to share our unique collection of USDA Certified Organic Medicinal Herb Plants with Herb Gardens, Herbalists, and Botanists  all across the country

Fall has officially arrived with some moisture from the sky , cooling temperatures ,shorter days and a nursery full of plants moving into dormancy with all the golds and yellows and reds as the plants transform  and descend into winter mode! We want to thank all our customers both returning and new this year for all your support we shipped more boxes of plants than ever before ! It  truly warms my heart to think of all of you out there reaping your harvests and tending your herb plants in all corners of the country. Wishing all of you a splendid Fall season  harvesting and putting your gardens to bed , planning for next year and maybe doing a bit of Fall planting.Check out my new Fall Newsletter coming out this week full of info on these subjects and more discounted plants . We will continue shipping Mondays and Tuesdays until Thanksgiving.  Savor these last days with your herbs  harvest, collect seed, and bask in the beauty of this season!!

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