Garden Pickles - 425mL - Oonnie - Good Thymes Garden
Garden Pickles - 425mL - Oonnie - Good Thymes Garden
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Garden Pickles - 425mL

Regular price $11.99 CAD
Sale price $11.99 CAD Regular price
Unit price

Garden Pickles - 425mL - Oonnie - Good Thymes Garden

Garden Pickles - 425mL

Regular price $11.99 CAD
Sale price $11.99 CAD Regular price
Unit price
Product Description
Ingredients
Delivery & Pickup Info
About the Vendor

 Sold per 425mL jar. Limited run.

Naturally Grown without pesticides and herbicides (uncertified organic)

Vinegar, water, vegetables (radish, cucumber, onions, beans, dill), garlic, spices (Contains Mustard), salt.

Order before 10AM and get same day delivery/pickup!

*only in-stock products are eligible for same day delivery/pickup. Orders that contain some (or all) products that require extra processing time will be delivered/ready for pickup in 3-5 business days.

Delivery times:

We deliver orders daily Monday - Friday from 1PM-6PM.

Want to pick up your order?

You can pick up your order at our Sherwood Park warehouse! Please schedule your pick up slot time in your Foraging Basket page or at checkout.

We're open for pick ups until 6PM on Tuesday & Thursday and until 5PM on Monday, Wednesday, Friday.

Pick up Address: 132-2833 Broadmoor Blvd, Sherwood Park, AB

Good Thymes Garden

Leduc, AB

Good Thymes Garden is a local, woman owned and operated, two acre, high intensity, sustainable farm that is located on a land lease outside of Leduc that grows herbs, vegetables, fruits, edible and non-edible flowers, and specialty items. With a focus on no-till, no waste, natural growing, it is herbicide and pesticide free on land that has used natural growing methods for decades. 
Caitlyn and Melissa have an expansive collection of experiences that have led to this farm. Melissa has worked on local farms for more than five years and has more than eight years of customer service experience, while Caitlyn has over a decade in customer service experience, and has managed a grocery store produce department, and a coffee shop, with additional farming and urban growing experience. Through their degrees (Melissa graduated in 2022 with a major in Psychology from MacEwan, while Caitlyn is in her third year of a Human Geography degree at the UofA) they have discovered a role they can fill in their community and are eager to do what they can. 

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