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Secrets of the Garden Path, with Recipes
book by Betty Manning

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Welcome to our Historic Farm

Fall hours begin Wednesday October 29. The Winery will be opened each Wednesday-Sunday 11:00-4:00 until December 28th. Lunch will be served in the Winery dining area Wednesday-Sunday 11:00-3:00. Holiday and Christmas Parties will also be held in the Winery dining area Wed-Sat 11:00-3:00. Menu choices for parties are Hot Brown (Turkey, Bacon and Mornay Cheese Sauce) served with a cup of soup and side salad. Or hot pasta with sautéed vegetables and grilled chicken in a rosemary wine cream sauce served with side salad. Either meal is $12.95 per person. Please call 812-346-5859 for party reservations. (Closed Christmas Eve and Christmas day.)

The gift shops, gardens and plant area close October 26th and will reopen April 1, 2015.

Winter hours begin January 2015. The Winery will be open Saturdays 12:00-4:00 during January, February and March. Lunch is not available during the winter hours.

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Santa's Secret Recipe wine will be released on Saturday, October 18th. This delicious red wine makes a perfect gift. As a special holiday offering, we have beautifully wrapped gift sets of a bottle of Santa's Secret Recipe and two Stream Cliff Wine glasses for $25.00.

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.

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At long last, in the spring of 2012, owner Betty Manning's new book was released. The title is Secrets of the Garden Paths, with Recipes. The book is hardcover, with 136 full color pages. It has many photographs of Stream Cliff Farm, a whole section on culinary herbs and many, many recipes that have been used in the tearoom, some family secret recipes, as well as some that have been taught in the Farm's Cooking School. You are able to reserve a signed copy of this limited, first edition book online, by mail or phone. The price is $34.99 which includes the book, shipping, handling and sales tax. If ordering online, this information can be added in the comment section of our secure payment site. We expect to receive the books from the printer in the spring and will ship it to you as soon as they arrive.

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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.

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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.