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Sweetgrass4u

Treat yourself and soothe the body, mind, and spirit

craig said on Sep 12, 2016 1:29 PM

hey I ordered some bulk sweetgrass before but don't see it on your website now. Can you help me out? I think I may have ordered 1/4? Maybe? THANKS!

Libby Greer said on Apr 2, 2014 0:21 AM

I was wondering if you offered any kind of wholesale pricing or just the larger quantities(dozens)? 

Thanks and blessings to you.

Suzanna Drozd-Kowalski BellaEarthica said on Oct 27, 2013 7:43 PM

I made a purchase yesterday and as I clicked to purchase I realized that the shipping is over $50. That is very high for light weight sweetgrass. Can you ship it in a flat rate shipping box instead. The shipping is going to make it cost prohibitive from ordering again. I don't recall it being that high the last time I ordered from you. I really love your product and it makes a lovely addition to my blessingsmudging baskets. Please advise. Thank you, Sue

denise dalfonso said on Aug 5, 2013 1:28 AM

do you combine shipping? thank you in advance for your time. Denise

Jeryl Reinbolt said on Jul 31, 2013 9:27 PM

Hi Mary, I met you at the Ione community days fair last weekend and you talked to me about possibly growing and distributing it. After looking at your website, I'm not sure I have enough room. I could only devote about 1/2 an acre to growing it, don't know if that is enough land to supply local demand. May I visit you in Gifford? I'd love to see you again in person and ask my many questions.

W. Knowles said on Jul 10, 2013 8:52 PM

Do you sell and ship plants to Spokane area?

Sarah Bisson said on Jun 4, 2013 11:57 PM

The annual tribal journey is occurring in Taholah WA this year on the Quinault Indian reservation. 100 coastal salish canoes and over 10k guests are expected. I am possibly interested in purchasing sweet grass braids for some of the gifts for the event. I see that you have a bundle pkg available for 15.50 and I believe the description it outline that it included 12 braids. If we purchased these in bulk I had hoped that you might be able to offer us a deal for this cultural event. I am looking forward to your email. Thank you!

cat winan cante WI ransom said on Apr 9, 2013 3:34 AM

Hau rusty, me and my husband want to say wopila tanka for helping us help others to have a place to generate healing and cleansing. And please let me know about our road trip to bigsky country. Also my husband says he is ready to get working on what projects you discussed before. Doksa. Call me soon!

darrell poitra said on Feb 9, 2013 8:33 AM

i am from north dakota and was wondering if you would trade some sweetgrass for beaded earrings or hand drawn native american blank greeting cards w/ envelopes? megwetch(thank you) for your time-darrell and brenda

travis barden said on Feb 8, 2013 8:15 AM

I received your package. I love the "My Heart 2 Yours" sweet grasses. I had my aunt's come over to give them each one. Only one problem....I had ordered 2 units and only received one unit. So the other 4 aunt's had to wait. But the other 4 loved them hearts. My Valentine's presents to them. -Pila Miya- =)

Terry White said on Feb 3, 2013 5:11 AM

I would be interested to acquire some plant starts later this spring, could you let me know when they might be available around late April-early May perhaps.

Mary Coutlee said on Jan 30, 2013 11:57 AM

Hello I was was wondering if you can also ship to Canada and if so how long does it take. Thank You.

Julie said on Nov 17, 2012 8:22 AM

We met at the Mead craft fair. You talked to us for awhile. You said my fiance was ready for change, but was blocked. The smell of sweet grass could help. I came back to buy some nd you told me i wa stronger hn i thought. How did you learn all of this? Books on body language? Where do i start? How can i learn more? Thank you, Julie

Sidney Blomquist aka Jean Sidney (auther name) said on Nov 13, 2012 5:12 AM

Ken and I were on our way home from lunch when I spotted the Faire sign at the school yesterday. I felt an urge to stop and go in. Now we three know the reason. I have been asking for a kindred spirit ever since coming to Spokane. Ken wants to stay in touch via his Facebook. So looking forward to seeing you again Your sweet grass doesn't waste any time. Ken and I both got up without a cough this morning. Love & Light, Sidney‚Äč

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Judy McMillan said on Oct 21, 2012 3:41 AM

Happy autumn! We didn't make it to the Tonasket family faire and we haven't crossed paths again since the spring garden show at the community college in Spokane. My little start of sweet grass is thriving and my husband is wondering if we could get more from you and do a nice patch in the side yard. Would love to see you again sometime and talk about energy and spirit and such! Light and Love, Judy

Judith BrownHawk said on Oct 3, 2012 4:55 AM

your web site wants to charge me 25.00 for shipping on 10 stands of sweetgrass to Spokane. I can't pay that much for shipping. It would be cheaper on gas to just come get it. Please let me know if I can just come get it of if you can lower the shipping.

arlene southworth said on Jun 21, 2012 9:37 PM

Hi Mary, Really enjoyed talking with you. I'm going to send a check for an order of short braids + 10 live transplants for my barrels. i want a large basket but can't swing it right now. Let me know how much for braids and transplants. Thanks so much!

Kay C. said on Mar 1, 2012 10:52 PM

Great website! I learned a great deal about sweetgrass. Now I want to come and visit you. I shared your info with Jenny and we are wondering if we could come in June and see you. I would also like to be your friend on FB so we can keep in touch a bit more easily.

Melinda Colvin said on Sep 25, 2011 10:43 PM

I found your website somewhere at the PowWow in Wellpinit this year, so I've been looking it over. I couldn't find where you sell live plants, but I would like to grow some. I live south of Springdale, WA, not too far from Gifford. Do you sell live plants through the mail or would I have to come get them? What time of year is best to plant them? Thanks for your time.

Elizabeth said on Feb 5, 2011 11:57 PM

Great site, had no idea that sweetgrass could be made into so many things

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