Locally Grown for Freshness and Flavor

Around the Farm

The farm is where all of the hard work is done. Starting in January, soil is mixed, trays are filled, seeds are sown and cuttings are planted. around the farmAll in preparation for your gardens and flower beds.

Homegrown strawberries are in usually around Mother’s Day. Don’t miss out! The season lasts 2 to 3 weeks depending on weather (u-pick not available).

Summer time brings the heart of the produce season. We specialize in sweet corn and tomatoes, but we grow a large list of homegrown produce. When homegrown is not in season we also carry shipped in produce at the store.

around the farm-baskets

 

The only season that the Farm is open to the public is the month of October on Saturday’s and Sunday’s.

Fall brings almost every size of pumpkin and gourd imaginable. Pumpkin Picking is available along with lots of fun things to do for the kids. We have a straw tunnel, corn maze, giant slide, playground, picnic area and much more.
Children must be accompanied by an adult and we would prefer that pets are left at home.

“The thing that sets our farm apart from all of the others, is that the only thing we charge for are items that you take home with you.”~Dianne S.

November usually brings the farming season to a close, we take three weeks off to prepare the Store for the Christmas re-opening the day after Thanksgiving with fresh cut Christmas trees, wreaths, swags and bunched greens.