Greenhouse Plants

Medieval Manor Gardens offers a wide variety of  naturally cultivated locally grown native plants, edibles, condiment crops, medicinals, and cold hardy plants in plugs and different sized pots as well as some fresh and dried harvested plant material. Throughout COVID excess garden bedding out plants will also be offered but our main focus will be native edibles and medicinals. All wildcrafted plant material will be selectively harvested so that an ample percentage remains to regenerate, and we will reseed any populations that need assistance in keeping their numbers up. Medieval Manor also collects seed and/or purchases seed from reputable growers to cultivate our wild native plants whenever feasible to reduce pressure on wild populations. The medicinal information given is based more on actual scientific findings rather than just folklore, but even still we make no claims regarding medicinal use so please seek the consultation of a medical professional before using plants medicinally.

Plant Nursery Area

Here you can purchase our natural, eco sustainable and local products online for your convenience. *We are a small business and have found ourselves very busy! This means we can’t always spend the time we would like updating our online inventory which is constantly changing. If there is a product listed that appears out of stock or something you are interested in that you don’t see, please ask! We may just not have been able to post it yet!

We also feature work from local artisans and carry a line of natural sodas from micro-breweries across North America made with natural ingredients like raw cane sugar, real fruit juices and roots and herbs. Please feel free to shop our online catalogue, check us out at local farmers markets, or contact us to book an onsite viewing.

Clay Peace Sign

How about a unique piece of artwork? Maybe some old fashioned sarsaparilla or Jerusalem Artichokes? The possibilities are endless!

Stay tuned as Medieval Manor Gardens grows from the roots up!!

Jackson Hole Huckleberry