Redlands Farmer Karen Pruett's Organic Herbs-N-More

Karen Pruett is a Redlands based Organic Herbs-N-More farmer, grower, and facilitator. She says "I teach squarefoot, or container, gardening. It allows people to grow on a balcony if they're in a condo or apartment, whatever it is they like to eat. I also do lectures and demonstrations on growing herbs and cooking with herbs."

Short Order caught up with Karen at the Saturday Glaser Organic Farmers Market (3300 Grand Ave, Coconut Grove). It was her first time setting up shop out there. She said "We've had the farm for 16 years, but it's only recently we started doing it for the public."

You can reach Karen at organic_herbsnmore@yahoo.com or 305-247-3388. She welcomes visitors to her farm in the Redland. Call for directions. Here are some more herb farmer images....

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