We are closing the strawberry field at 1 pm Thursday June 11. It will remain closed on Friday for ripening. We will reopen on Saturday from 8:30-1 and Sunday from 9-1
For new visitors to our farm, please note that we are a CASH ONLY business. No checks, debit/credit cards, etc. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.
It is a late start but berry season is finally here – hooray!!! We are opening for strawberry season on Thursday June 11 at 9 am. There will be berries available in the stand as well as PYO. Please do not bring a container to pick into – we supply new containers as per guidance from the CT Dept of Agriculture. Facemasks are required as well to help protect our staff, customers and our family. Our Farm Rules are listed to the right – please read them before you come to the farm.
We have a seperate entrance and exit from the field and farmstand. In addition to berries in the farmsand, we will also have several kinds of lettuce including butterhead, romaine, salanova and mixes, kale and spinach.
We expect to open for strawberry season in another week. The plants are loaded and the berries are beginning to turn pink. Once we know the opening date, we will post it here. Until then . . .
CSA enrollment for the 2020 season closes on Friday April 17. For information and the enrollment form, click on the CSA tab above.
“Flowers always make people better, happier and more helpful; they are sunshine, food and medicine to the soul.” – Luther Burbank
Our Flower Field will be blooming in a few months with a wide array of flower colors, scents, sizes and types. For a complete 2020 list of flowers click on the Flower Field page. Cut your own or select a flower arrangement in our farmstand.
Our 2020 berry, vegetable, herb and cut flower season is just a few months away. If you are interested in joining our CSA, click on the CSA link at the top of this page. The CSA page has information about what a CSA is, how our CSA works, and the enrollment form.
Our 2019 season has come to a close. THANK YOU for your support. We look forward to seeing you again next spring when strawberries are ready. Have a wonderful rest of the fall and winter!
This is the last week to stock up on berries, vegetables (winter squash, potatoes, tomatoes, and more), jam, flowers & herbs. We will be closing for the season at 5 pm on Sunday September 15. Thank you for supporting our farm this year. Strawberry season begins in a short eight and a half months.
The raspberry field is closed for ripening on Sunday Sept 8. It will reopen on Wednesday Sept 11 at 9 am. The blueberry field, flower field and herb garden will be open on Sunday Sept 8. Vegetables, including winter squash, potatoes, tomatoes, onions and more, plus raspberry, strawberry and blueberry jam available in the farmstand.