Our Story

Over 200 years ago, a seed was planted on a modest plot of rich, sun kissed land in Hominy Valley, North Carolina. Since then, many more seeds were planted and a farm was born in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Beyond the many fruits, herbs, fungi and flowers that flourish in this special place, a tradition of love for all things that grow has been passed down from one generation to the next. Our family continues to celebrate this tradition through our obsession for quality, hand crafted herbs, spices, teas and infused sea salts & sugars made from our carefully wildcrafted and lovingly cultivated seasonal harvests. Our constant curiosity and exploration for new local ingredients are what inspire our quest for quality, and passion for a well-seasoned table. Share in our adventure to discover new flavors that will excite your senses, expand your palette, and inspire the culinary creations that feed your heart and soul. 
Fill your home with the flavors of the mountains and make yours’ a well-seasoned table, from our home to yours.

                                                                                                                      

OUR MISSION

To bring farm-fresh & sustainably wildcrafted seasonings to your table. We want to inspire people to sit around a table again. To enjoy time with their family as they experience ethically sourced spices that support not just one small-business, but a community, yours. Our mission is to be the final step in bringing real food, from the farm to your table.

OUR COMMITMENT

Starts with a deep respect for this beautiful land and the extraordinary community that resides here. Why go to the other side of the world for herbs and spices when we can grow so many right here? When sourcing, our first stop is the Appalachian Mountains. We are proud to say that we source 80% of our ingredients from the Well Seasoned Table Farm, partner farms, and other small-businesses in Appalachia. Most of our ingredients are either certified organic, non-certified organic, or sustainably wildcrafted.