Grow A Row with Herbalista!

The Grow A Row Program promotes herban-agriculture in the Atlanta area.  We believe in investing in a vibrant local herbal infrastructure!

The Grow a Row Program began in 2014 as a way to not only help us source affordable herbs for our free clinic, but to nurture an herb growing scene right here in Atlanta!  We offer agro-education and herbalistic opportunity, sowing the seeds for a more resilient city.   We welcome farmers, schools, and individuals! 

What We Offer!

  • Seeds or plants as available for community distribution.
  • Monthly volunteer days at the Herbalista Learning Garden to gain skills and build community!
  • Seasonal plant distillations at the Herbalista Learning Garden. 
  • Free skill-share sessions on topics such as seed saving, harvesting, and processing herbs.
  • Advice on growing, harvesting, production and processing technique
  • Online resources for growing tips, medicinal uses, and tasty recipes!
  • An awesome network of folks to hang out with!

Get Connected!

Monthly Volunteer Days

Join us at the Herbalista Learning Garden. Dates posted on the Event Page!


Our Wish List

Shovels and pruners and mulch, oh my!! Check out our current wish list!


Follow us on Instagram!


Join our Facebook Group!

Facebook Group


All donations to the Grow a Row Program are tax deductible, thanks to our fiscal partners, MPower Now, Inc.

Hydrosol Fundraiser

The Grow a Row Project, in partnership with Fleur + Forage, produce small batch hydrosols from locally wildcrafted  and organically grown herbs.  These hydrosols are available at a few supporting locations around Atlanta, including Phoenix and Dragon in Sandy Springs, Stone Mountain Herbs at the Freedom Park Farmer’s Market, and Mama Bath and Body in Avondale Estates. 

When you purchase a hydrosol, the proceeds directly support the Grow a Row Program, sowing the seeds for a more resilient city! 

Hydrosol Project



Grow A Row Handouts

Main Info Packet

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This includes a overall description of the program, our wish list of 40 herbs, tons of growing tips, seed and plant resources, and other information pertaining to Herbalista’s Grow A Row Program.

Materia Medica

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Here you can find a list of our 40 herbs on our wish list with information about the medicinal properties, uses, indications, and preparations for each.

Harvest + Drying Worksheet

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Herb Grower/ Harvest Donors: please submit this brief form along with your donation.  Thank you for following Good Herbalista Practices!

Growing Records

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Growers: If you’d like to help us crowd-source herb growing information, please consider using this document to make records of your growing process and techniques.  This is a way for you to share your growing experience with us and the rest of the Atlanta herb-growing community!  Let’s learn from each other!


Thanks to our Partners-in-Dirt!

Farm Camp ATL

Farm Camp Atl works to support local farming initiatives, create spaces that provide a respite from the City and encourage environmental conservation.

They have provided a lovely home for our new Herbalista Learning Garden where we host monthly volunteer learning days and seasonal herb distillations! 

The Funny Farm

The Funny Farm is a 3 acre suburban permaculture haven, located in Stone Mountain, GA where Duane and Robin grow veggies, small fruits, herbaceous and woody flowers, medicinal herbs, mushrooms, and worms. They teach classes on organic gardening, sustainable living, and run the medicinal herb line Stone Mountain Herbs. Duane is a co-founder of the Grow a Row Program and is also an active member and trainer for the Herb Cart Program.  For more information, please visit their website at

Grow Where You Are Farm

Hearthfire Farm + Nursery

Hearthfire Farm + Nursery’s mission is to help people grow their own herbal medicine! We strive to do this at a financially accessible price for everyone, because every person deserves access to medicine, and every bee, butterfly, and critter deserves a chance to continue their incredible legacy. For more information, visit their Facebook page at

Urban Food Forest at Browns Mill

The Urban Food Forest at Browns Mill is Atlanta’s first Community Urban Food Forest, as well as a new model for a City of Atlanta park. The food forest produces a wide variety of fresh, flavorful, and healthy nuts, fruits,  vegetables, herbs,  and mushrooms, which will become available for public consumption. They kindly partner with us for trainings and workshops.  For more information about this incredible place, please visit their website.

The Wylde Center

The Wylde Center offers educational programs, events and greenspaces that actively engage youth, families and individuals in their environment, health and community, and that develop skills in environmental science, sustainable urban living, organic gardening, health, and nutrition.  They kindly partner with us for trainings and workshops.  For more information, visit them at

Contact Us!

For more information, please contact us at

Heather Lacy and Sam Cramer are the fearless leaders of the Grow a Row Program.  We are grateful for their stewardship and vision! 

You can learn more about their herbalistic achievements on the Crew page.