Loudoun Valley Herbs

Open by appointment 540-554-2748 & for the annual GREENHOUSE EXTRAVAGANZA held each year in May, and during the four annual workshops - Tussie-mussie making and the language of flowers; Lavender crafting & wand weaving (July); Butterfly gardening - what plants and why? (August) & soap making demonstration (October). All workshops/demonstrations are held outside on the deck or in the greenhouse in inclement weather conditions.

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Loudoun County Artisan Trail (site #82)

Loudoun Valley Herbs is located in western Loudoun County on a farm originally settled in the early 1800’s. Owner, Kim Labash, grows and harvests approximately 6,000 Lavender stems for crafting and approximately 500 Lavender flower heads for culinary purposes, and approximately 300 Rose heads for both crafting and culinary use. Plants are also cultivated for sale.

With an emphasis on Lavender and Rose, Loudoun Valley Herbs offers numerous products for sale including hand woven Lavender bouteilles, dried flowers for potpourri, a myriad of spa products, rose beads, recipe cards and more. All items are crafted personally by Kim from materials grown on the farm in a chemical free environment.

Loudoun Valley Herbs sponsors an annual Greenhouse Extravaganza at the farm in the greenhouse, converted from a three stall stable in the late 1900’s and featuring sales of plants, hypertufa planters and other containers and value added creations and garden whimsies. Kim also conducts four workshops a year at the farm and will happily travel to give talks to garden clubs and others interested in horticulture and, of course, herbs.

Loudoun Valley herbs is proud to be affiliated with the following:

*Registered as a member of the Million Pollinator Garden Challenge

*Certified Herb Society of America Green Bridges member promoting biodiversity through the use of native herbs and environmentally friendly gardening practices

*Certified member of the Monarch Waystation Program, creating and maintaining a Monarch Waystation to conserve and help the continuation of the Monarch migration in North America;

*Member (long standing) of the Herb Society of America, Potomac Unit

Kim and her husband, Richard, reside on the farm with their cats, including Harley and Fiona, the outside cats who will greet you and ‘the gals’ (chickens).

All are welcome to stop by for a visit, just please call first for an appointment.


Kim Labash



19405 Woodtrail Rd
Round Hill, VA 20141

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