What We Grow

Our production includes annual vegetables, flowers, and some perennials. We take great care to source our seeds from trusted New England companies that uphold our values.


Annual vegetables

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We grow annual vegetables for market. On the farm we try to maintain a balance between not growing too many varieties while also keeping it diverse, for the health of the fields. Some staple crops include:

  • Alliums: Onions, garlic, shallots, leeks

  • Night shades: tomatoes, eggplant, peppers

  • Herbs & Greens

  • Beets and other root crops


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flowers



A new addition to the farm, the flower garden serves many functions. It is wonderful for the pollinators, providing a happy space for buzzing bees and curious butterflies that help the garden flourish. The flowers also make beautiful bouquets!


Perennials

Perennials on the farm are an important part of the overall sustainability of the land, and the farm itself. They produce yields year after year without having to be replanted like annuals. We are currently experimenting with strawberries, blackberries, and asparagus, and have high hopes for more perennial friends like fruit and nut trees and more berry bushes.

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Our seeds

We source our seeds from small-scale and regional seed producers that prioritize organic and non-gmo varieties. Our sources include: