We grow selected varieties of herbs, flowers, and other perennials that emphasize specific qualities such as essential oil content, potency, and fragrance to ensure you are receiving the highest quality product around.
In order to provide the highest quality we do everything by hand, from cultivation, to harvesting, and creating. This allows us to carefully review each part of the process while creating our truly artisanal handmade products.
We use American made packaging for our products, reducing our carbon footprint while supporting the economy. All paper products are compostable, including our tea pouches.
As farmers, we know our plants and we have made sure to select only the highest quality seeds and nursery stock for our products. Many times similar products are made from older plant material, grown overseas, or just run of the mill landscape plants.
At Lighthouse Herb'n Farm we source the best varieties for you from the seed to the menstruum. Our organic carrier oils come directly from the farmers themselves located in California or directly on the Arizona border. No cheap overseas oils are used. We believe in paying fair prices to local growers who provide the best products. We cannot make a quality product with exploited labor and congested international shipping ways just to bring down cost.
All packaging is USA made and sourced, not sold in the USA, made. We believe that a local product needs to be just that. We proudly support manufacturing companies that provide USA made products and support the economy. Where applicable, paper products including tea pouches are always going to be 100% compostable, and made of post consumer paper products.
When you support us you are also supporting other farmers and small businesses to build a better local economy.
Thank you for your continued support!
Location, Location, Location
Located in Pauma Valley, CA we are right on the edge of La Jolla Amago Native Land. The valley we grow in is surrounded by dense oak forests, native brush, cactus, and yuccas all clear signs of ancient settlement. We acknowledge the land we grow on as part of the cultural inertance of the Luiseno people. We cultivate by hand specifically to avoid disruption of potential artifacts and avoid disruption of the soil biology.
Our goal is to build healthy soil while avoiding importing foreign materials that may harbor pests that would destabilize or impact our environment long after we are gone. All plants that are non-native and could become potentially invasive are grown in pots or cut down before setting seed to preserve the environment around us.
We are committed to working with our neighbors to create a respectful and meaningful relationship on this land.
We willfully donate a percentage of all proceeds containing native plants to Native Like Water as an act of reparation.