Harding's Wild Mountain Herbs

 

 

Our Products   Seeds and Rootlets   Ginseng Info   Visit The Farm

 

Our farm

Located in the Northwestern corner of Maryland, in the heart of the Appalachian Mountains, in the small town of Friendsville, where conditions are perfect for growing wild simulated ginseng and goldenseal.  Our ginseng is prized for its wild characteristics, taste, color, texture and high concentration of Ginsenoside.

We offer a spectacular variety of products:  Ginseng Capsules, Ginseng Powder, Ginseng Seed, Ginseng Root, Ginseng Rootlets, Ginseng Berry Concentrate, Ginseng Wine, Organically Certified Ginseng Root and Powder, Organically Certified Goldenseal Root, Goldenseal Rootlets and Goldenseal Powder.

We are always coming up with new ways for you to benefit from what we have to offer such as our ginseng growing kits for the novice ginseng planter as well as the seasoned ginseng expert, not to mention the wealth of information we will provide you from beginning to end throughout your experience.

Please take the time to browse through the website and enjoy the savings we have to offer.  Our mission is to give you a premium high potency product at a reasonable price, with knowledgeable and friendly service.
 

Larry Harding.
Email: ginseng@hardingsginsengfarm.com

SALE! - Rootlets and Seed

Planting this fall? This sale is for you, order now! All orders of Rootlets and Seed will now include a free 400 to 500 count of stratified American Ginseng Seed*

*Orders must be over $75.00
Sale Ends September 15th, 2015
(Click Here)



 

Don't forget, our sale on American Ginseng Berry Concentrate!



Order a 8oz jar of American Ginseng Berry Concentrate, receive a free 4oz jar.*
*Sale Ends Sept 15th 2015,
(click here)

 
 
West Virginia Public Broadcasting
Can Ginseng Help West Virginia's Economy?   
Featuring: Larry Harding
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Whole Foods Market: Video
with Harding's Ginseng Farm
Read about the
Million Dollar Man Shaped Root
"hidden in plain sight amid the forest undergrowth, Larry Harding grows his prized crop"
(Washington City Paper, Franklin Schneider)
Read a feature article on Ginseng with information and images from
(Mountain Discoveries Magazine, written by Dan Whetzel, Photography by Lance C. Bell)

 


Harding's Wild Mountain Herbs

6259 Friendsville Road,  P.O. Box 53, Friendsville, MD 21531
301-746-5380 ~ FAX (301)746-4516

TOLL FREE
1-800-478-5394

ginseng@hardingsginsengfarm.com



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