Jean Marie's Victory Garden

Jean's garden is our very small plot demonstration garden for families. Great for urban areas. Includes a lush mix of veggies and Jean's favorite flower Рpansies. Veggies include:

  • kale
  • leeks
  • indigo cherry tomatoes
  • snap peas
  • shelling peas
  • zucchini
  • strawberries

Southend Market Garden

Our Southend Market Garden is a combination of single plant plots, to mixed veggies patches. Some areas are no-till, others are tilled. The gardens includes these veggies and berries:

  • three varieties of sweet corn in our early corn patch
  • snap and shelling peas
  • mesclun (a gourmet blend of lettuces)
  • cilantro
  • strawberry, orange pepper, and bush bean patch with an indigo cherry tomato south-border row
  • variety of tomatoes, peppers, and eggplant in the no till garden near our greenhouse
  • artichoke and small pumpkin double-row patch
  • last year's artichoke testers, sweet onions and celery row – no till
  • millionaire and dusky eggplant, tomatoes (our “surprise me” plants), with a tri-color bush bean border row in our westerly no till patch
  • leeks patch
  • fingerlings potatoes patch – no till

AND we have more garden patches to plant with broccoli, baby watermelon, sugar pumpkins (for yummilicious pies!), peppers, corn, and a few misc. starts from our greenhouse.

Ranger Dougy's Northend Garden

Farm owner, Doug Seehafer, has his own version of a mixed market garden on the northend of the 2 1/2 acre homestead plot we live on and garden. He loves GIANT sunflowers, as do we all, and he's sowed this year's crop on the northend of the homestead acreage. We expect the southend seeds to be planted by the end of May.

Doug has planted in the Northend Garden:

  • hot peppers
  • sweet peppers
  • corn
  • pumpkin
  • squash
  • peas
  • potatoes
  • tomatoes

And finally, we have

The Orchard

Our trees were heavy with blooms this year, and the trees emitted a constant hum while our wild bees pollinated like crazy! Our older trees are all producing tiny fruits (as they are wont to do!), while our younger, mostly newly planted trees are growing nicely. The elders of the orchard will be providing for us:

  • apples (King, Fugi, Gravenstein)
  • pears (Bartlett, Anjou)
  • plums (Italian Prune, Greengage)
  • walnut (English)
  • grapes (red and green table)

Our younger trees include:

  • cherries
  • peaches
  • pears

We offer Subscription Boxes (you pickup anytime, or we deliver locally one day a week), U-Pick during our Garden Tours and by appointment, and of course all our produce is available through our Farm stand from sunrise to sunset 7 days a week.