Martha's Herbary is a great place to visit open all year round. We are a family owned business with four wonderful employees Branden, Christie, Holly, and Sharon. We are blessed with these outstanding woman and one remarkable young man that help make Martha's Herbary what it is today. Spend the afternoon wandering the beautiful herb gardens, raised culinary beds and the unique sunken medicinal garden.
Delight your senses in Martha's shop. The wonderful aroma of essential oils will descend upon you as you enter: from homemade bath soaps and salts, fragrant candles and handmade potpourri.
Take a peek at the extensive jewelry collection from all over the world. We take great pride in hand selecting special pieces that are fun and affordable. People come just for our jewelry.
If clothing is your thing, we carry some wonderful all natural fiber easy clothing lines. Our philosophy is comfortable clothing for optimum health and well being. What customers like the best about our clothing is that we put together outstanding outfits with all the accessories including a scarf from our extensive collection.
Garden related gifts and books abound here at the Herbary, you'll even find a stool in our very comfortable "book nook", making it easy to peruse a favorite cookbook, herb or garden book. Looking for that perfect gift for someone special or a couple just starting out, our staff will help you select the perfect gift.
Martha's Herbary does plants in a big way. We specialize in herb plants, topiaries and wonderful fragrant rosemary! A visit in the spring means our plant benches are full of hundreds of varieties of herbs, big and small. Please treat yourself to a wonderful day in Northeastern Connecticut and make a stop at Martha's Herbary, it's worth the visit from anywhere.Martha's Herbary is located in beautiful downtown Pomfret, Connecticut. Located on a national scenic highway, route 169, The Herbary is easy to get to. We're just 50 minutes from Providence, 1 hour 10 minutes from downtown Boston, 35 minutes south of Worcester and 60 minutes from Hartford.