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Welcome to our Historic Farm
Stream Cliff Farm Winery is currently open 11:00-4:00 each Saturday during January, February and March. Come enjoy our cozy tasting room. Sit by the fireplace and sip a warm glass of mulled wine. The winter is a wonderful time to visit our farm and enjoy the quiet, slower days.
Location: Stream Cliff Herb Farm is 1/2 mile East of SR#3 on Commiskey Road (turn on road opposite of Commiskey Corner Store). We are approximately in the middle of a triangle between Louisville, Cincinnati, and Indianapolis. From I-65, take the Uniontown exit #41 (1st one south of Seymour), go east 11 miles to SR#3, then north to Commiskey Road. From Cincinnati take US#50 to North Vernon then south on SR#3. From Madison, SR#7 north, left at 250 W, right at SR#3, right at Commiskey Road, go 1/3 mile.
Opening day for the 2014 season is Wednesday April 2, 2014! The Farm will then be open each Wednesday - Saturday 10:00-5:00 and Sunday 12:00-5:00. The Tearoom will be open Wednesday - Saturday 11:00-4:00 and Sunday 12:00-4:00. The Winery will be open Wednesday - Saturday 10:00-4:00 and Sunday 12:00-4:00. (All aspects for the Farm will be closed Sunday April 20 for Easter, July 4th and Thanksgiving.)
At Stream Cliff Farm, Tearoom and Winery you will find hundreds of varieties of herbs, perennial flowers, everlastings, old-fashioned roses and butterfly bushes. Display gardens arranged in quilt pattern designs, many with water features. Gardens have been featured in numerous national magazines such as Beautiful Gardens, Midwest Living, Better Home & Garden's Garden Shed Summer, Gardening How-To and the Herb Companion magazines. Twigs & Sprigs Tearoom featuring unique soups, sandwiches, salads and desserts with herbs and edible flowers. Afternoon country tea offering finger sandwiches, delicate desserts, teas, and herbal tisanes.
Four Garden/Craft shops which include: Country Store, Summer Kitchen, Aunt Betty's Cabin and the Potting Shed. You will find garden accessories, statuary, books, handmade crafts such as twig/herbal wreaths, cornhusk items, blacksmith articles, mohair bears, dolls, and pottery. Large selection of garden related books, and also books by Tasha Tudor and Mary Cicely Barker.