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book by Betty Manning

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As the gardening season begins to wane, we are busy with many autumn activities such as hayrides, candlelight dinners, cooking and craft classes. The gardens, gift shops and Twigs & Sprigs Restaurant is open through October 25. Beginning Wednesday October 28, Twigs & Sprigs Restaurant will move to the Winery and serve lunch each Wednesday-Sunday, 11:00-3:00 through December 27. Please note, we will be closed Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve and Christmas. January, February and March 2016 the Winery is open on Saturdays only, 12:00-4:00. Lunch is not served during January, February and March.

Autumn is a beautiful time of year to visit the Farm. There are many scenic roads lined with fall foliage on the way here. We have beautiful mums for sale as well as fall decorations for your home and garden.

During the early winter season we will be offering holiday lunch and dinner packages in the Winery's tasteful decorated dining area. Please call to inquire about allowing us to host your family, friends or office Christmas party.

Location: Stream Cliff Herb Farm is 1/2 mile East of highway #3 on Commiskey Road. 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 highway #3, turn left, go 3 miles then turn right (opposite the Deeno's Commiskey Corner Store.) We are 1/2 mile from highway 3, on the left. From Cincinnati take US#50 to North Vernon then south on highway #3. From Madison, highway #7 north, left at highway 250 W, right at highway #3, go three miles then take a right at Commiskey Road, go 1/3 mile.

* Beginning on Friday August 28 until approximately the end of September a bridge 3 miles south of us on highway 3 will be closed for repair. Those coming from the south should continue to use the suggested directions above (I-65 North to exit 41, Uniontown) any exits south of 41 will not allow you to come up highway 3. For those coming from the Madison area please use one of the following suggestions: take highway 7 north, turn left on highway 250, turn right on Jake Gayle road, turn left on county road 900 north (second road on left.) Continue on 900 north for 4.5 miles, turn left at the T and the farm will be on your right. Another option from Madison is to take highway 7 north to Vernon, turn left at the junction and take highway 3 south. This way is a little longer but will avoid county roads.


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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.


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At Stream Cliff Farm, Restaurant 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.


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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.