We are a small company dedicated to growing and supplying medicinal herbs  and to spreading knowledge about these plants.

The owner, Davina, is happy to take groups around the garden discussing the uses of the plants in situ. We can also offer teas to  small parties.
The garden is closed until May when it will be open on Wednesdays from 11.00 - 4.30. See open days.
Meanwhile you can order products  
by email, or find me at Stroud Farmer's Market on the 2nd and 4th Saturday of the month. March 24th I will be away but will be there on March 30th.  April 14th I will also be away.

Visitors may come on other days but need to phone beforehand 07773687493 or 010285 740638

We have a good selection plants with healing properties that we sell to visitors to our garden.

We have some workshops and courses on offer this year if you click that link on the menu.

Davina also is happy to talk to gardening clubs and the like and can send a list of her titles and fees on request.

group in garden

You can camp in our quiet and secluded field in the summer

To make an order for anything please email us first and we will send an invoice that can be paid online.

We are located in BARNSLEY, near Cirencester, Glos. . We are at the end of a lane that runs behind Barnsley House Hotel. click on FINDING US page for directions. Barnsley is on the B4425.

The gate is kept shut to stop Davina's dog from going hunting. Visitors are asked wait at the gate if she is loose. Someone will come and facilitate their admission. 

A donations box will be at the gate for help with the upkeep of the garden. Suggested donation £2 for those who are not buying plants.

Address: Herbs for Healing, Barnsley Herb Garden, Barnsley, Nr Cirencester, Glos GL7 5EE

EMAIL: herbs@herbsforhealing.net Telephone:07773687493 

Email is the best way to contact us.

Click on our SPECIAL OFFERS to see what is available




July 2011
Amateur Gardening
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July 2009 Country Living Magazine - Herbs for Healing feature


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Stone bowl by Tom Verity
-in the magic garden