.

 
DeBaggio's Herb Farm & Nursery
43494 Mountain View Drive
Chantilly, VA 20152
703 327 6976
www.debaggioherbs.com
Home       About Us      Directions/Hours


Happy Spring!
The greenhouses are now open for the Spring season.

Spring Hours:
(thru July 1, 2016)

Open 7 Days a week
Monday-Friday 10-6
Saturday 9-6 • Sunday 10-5
Note: We will be closed for the season after July 1, 2016.


home picture
Most Tomatoes are ready for sale.
Some Peppers are ready.
Several Basil varieties are ready and will be out for sale later today.
Okra, Cucumbers, and squash should be ready for sale in 2 to 3 weeks.
Please check the outages list to see those varieties that still need some more time to grow.

There is no need to rush down for tomatoes anyway, I have lots of plants and we won't run out right away. I usually have enough of most varieties to last 2 to 3 weeks, AND there is another full crop of tomatoes, peppers, and basil slated to be ready around mid May. -Francesco, 4/23/16

We do not ship plants

We do not wholesale.
All plants items are for sale at the farm only. However, you may purchase gift certificates on line.

Sign Up to receive the next catalog in the mail.

(Catalogs are printed and mailed approximately 1 week before opening day).

Download the catalog
Spring 2016
(1.4 Mb)


or sign up for the next edition.




To enjoy all the features of this site, be sure to have javascript turned on. The small amount of javascript is necessary to make Internet Explorer behave properly and adds some simple functionality in all browsers.

Thomas DeBaggio
(1942-2011)




Generally, it is TOO COLD to plant Summer veggies and herbs until at least after Mother's Day, especially for cold sensitive Basil, Peppers, Eggplant, Cucumbers, and Okra.
A second crop of Basil, Peppers, Tomatoes, and Eggplant will be ready right around mid-May, which is a more appropriate time to plant these heat loving babies. Cucumbers, squash, Okra should be ready for sale by the second week of May.
Please CALL to check availability of specific plants.
Tucker
Tucker guarding the pansies.

Major Crop Info (Upcoming/Outages, etc.