We grow a full line of annuals, hanging baskets, potted perennials, vegetable plants and herbs. We also have containers already grown to be set on your porch for instant color or we can custom plant a container to fit your specific needs. We stock Hart's seeds (all non GMO!), water soluable fertilizers, plastic pots of all sizes, beautiful pottery in all sizes and a full line of soils, compost, manure and peat moss for all your planting needs.
We are happy to answer any questions you may have from recommendations on perennials and annuals, to hanging baskets, and problem spots in your gardens. From your flower beds to your vegetable gardens, we are here to help. We will gladly assist you to make your homes and gardens productive. We want you to have successful and rewarding gardening experiences. We accept Mastercard and Visa at the Farm Stand/Nursery. We only accept CASH in the Ice Cream Stand.
Our plant policy is that we pride ourselves on providing quality plants for your homes and gardens If you have any questions or problems with your plants, please do not hesitate to contact us. Let us know IMMEDIATELY so that we may help you diagnose the problem. We usually need to see a plant to make a diagnosis as it is difficult to make this assessment over the phone. We ensure that the plants that leave the farm are of good quality and CANNOT replace plants that have been damaged due to neglect, weather or unfavorable conditions. Also, please retain your receipt. We cannot accept any returns with out your receipt.
We typically start picking strawberries anywhere between the second and third week of June at our Story Road location. The season is usually about 3 to 4 weeks long. We pride ourselves on having one of the cleanest strawberry patches around and our customers have commented on how enjoyable the picking is. The strawberries are wonderfully sweet and delicious. We have pre-picked as well as PYO at the Story Road farm and we also have pre-picked strawberries at our main farm stand on S. Mast Street. PYO IS CLOSED for the 2017 season. Please call the farm for more information.