Our approach to commercial growing is strongly connected to its roots in subsistence farming, from which it has developed over the generations. As a result, we grow a large variety of small fruits and vegetables which allow us to remain productive for the entire New England growing season.
For a general sense of when our major crops become available we encourage you to consult the list below.
|Corn||Mid July||Late September|
|Vegetables||Mid to Late June||Early October|
|Tomatoes||Early July||Late September|
|Blueberries||Mid July||Mid to Late August|
|Raspberries||Early September||Late September|
|Strawberries||Early June||Late June|
|Dried Flowers||Early May||End of December|
|Fresh Flowers||Mid to Late July||Late September|
|Pumpkins||Early September||Late October|
|Winter Squash||Early September||End of December|
|Asparagus||Early May||Late May|
If you have any questions about what we grow, how we grow it, or when it might become available, you may visit our contact page to learn how to get in touch with farm staff.