We grow a lot of plants for our fields, and now we are excited to offer our own starts for sale for your gardens in the spring of 2023!

To grow the best garden, you need to have the best seeds, best soil, and best environment, so that’s exactly what we bring together for you:

  • Vermont Compost organic potting mix
  • Non-GMO Seeds
  • Heirloom, open pollinated, and hybrid varieties selected for flavor and productivity
  • Grown right here, ready when the time is right to plant

We will be offering cold season veggie starts at our farm stand at the end of April, and we will be releasing our tomatoes, peppers, and many other warm season plants on Saturday May 13th.

 Broccoli- Belstar
Brussels Sprouts-Dagan
Swiss Chard- Rainbow
Red Russian Kale
Lacinato Kale- Black Magic
Green Curly Kale- Darkibore
Lettuces- All types
Slicing and Heirloom Tomatoes
Mortgage Lifter: This huge heirloom beefsteak (up to 4 lb.; average 2 1/2 lb.) consistently wins taste-tests for rich sweetness (Heirloom)
Fourth of July: Very Early, you could have luscious vine-ripened fruit as early as the Fourth of July! The indeterminate plants produce a plentiful harvest of red 4 oz. tomatoes all season long
Heirloom Beefsteak: Large, ribbed fruits, 1-2 lbs. each, are produced on indeterminate vines. Solid, meaty and juicy heirloom tomatoes, an excellent slicer
Green Zebra: A delicious, tangy salad tomato, ripe just as the green fruit develops a yellow blush, accentuating the darker green stripes
Lemon Boy Plus: The flattened-round, 7–8 oz. beefsteak fruits are consistent in size, with a sweet tangy flavor (Hybrid)
Moskovich- Fruits are early, deep red, and cold tolerant. Rich flavor. Smooth and globe-shaped. 4-6 oz.
Prudens Purple- Large to very large, vivid dark-pink skin with crimson flesh (Heirloom)
Cherokee Purple- Famously rich flavor and texture make this a colorful favorite among heirloom enthusiasts. Medium-large, flattened globe, 8-12 oz. fruits (Heirloom)
Striped German- Medium-to-large tomatoes with variable shoulder ribbing are shaded yellow and red. Complex, fruity flavor and smooth texture (Heirloom)
Brandywine- “very rich, loud, and distinctively spicy.” The large fruits, often over 1 lb., have a deep pink skin and smooth, red flesh (Heirloom)
Yellow Brandywine- An orange version of Brandywine, large with rich flavor (Heirloom)
Cherry Tomatoes
Black Cherry: fruits are a pleasant purple-brown color. Regarded as one of the best tasting tomatoes and high yielding
Clementine: tangerine-colored, oval-round fruits avg. 2 oz. Plants produce high yields with appealing, sweet-tart flavor!
Red Pearl: Tender and nearly seedless, good flavor and intermediate resistance to late blight.
Matt’s Wild Cherry: small cherry tomatoes are deep-red, tender, smooth, and full-flavored with a high sugar content.
Golden Sweet: Tasty yellow grape fruit on long trusses
Bumble Bee Purple: Dusky purple seen in heirloom tomatoes and metallic green striping. Sweet flavor and meaty texture.
Sungold: Exceptionally sweet, bright tangerine-orange cherry tomatoes leave everyone begging for more.
Supersweet 100: Reliable cherry with prolific yields of great-tasting fruits produced in large clusters
Paste Tomatoes
Amish Paste: Large for a sauce tomato, Amish Paste’s slightly irregular plum to strawberry-shaped fruits with excellent flavor. Eat in salads or sauces.
San Marzano: San Marzano is considered one of the best paste tomatoes of all time, with old-world look and taste. Whole 4–6 oz. tomatoes peel easily and cook down quickly.
Goddess- Sweet banana for pickling or fresh eating
Lunch Box Yellow- Sweet and flavorful mini yellow snack peppers
Lunch Box Red- Sweet and flavorful mini red snack peppers
Eros-Early golden yellow medium sized sweet bell
King Arthur- Large and early to bear big crops of large, thick-walled green or red fruits
Yankee Bell- Blocky red beauty for northern states
Shishito- Thin-walled and sweet, (no heat) on very prolific plants
Black Magic- Jalapeno Extra-dark with traditional checking, signifying it is ripe
Poblano- Bastan, prolific producer of dark green fruit
Highlander Anaheim- Early and very productive for the whole season (Mild)
Hungarian Hot Wax- Smooth, tapered, and moderately spicy fruits from pale yellow to orange red, and finally, to a vibrant red
Serrano- Traditional flavor on productive plants, similar heat to Jalapenos
Nigral- Traditional appearance, spineless, and early
Fairy Tale- Attractive mini purple and white fruit
Rosa Bianca- Round pink and white Italian style eggplant
Orient Express- High-yielding plants produce armloads of attractive, slender, glossy fruits 8–10″ long
Traviata- Traditional Black Italian type. Glossy black fruits in the classic bell shape
Pole Beans- Seychelles, Early, vigorous, standard green snap bean
Bush Beans- Jade, long dark green pods on a compact bush
Bush Bean- Amethyst, Thin, straight, and sweet PURPLE BEANS!
Pollinator Friendly Flowers
Slicing Cucumber- Marketmore, Long, slender, dark green cucumbers.
Pickling Cucumber- Cool Customer, A rugged organic pickler that produces uniform yields of attractive fruits
Striped Armenian Cucumber, Unusual, slightly fuzzy, serpentine fruits are slightly ridged with alternating dark- and light-green stripes
Yellow Summer Squash- Crookneck, Big Plants produce fruit with buttery flavor and firm texture
Zucchini- Dunja, Organic, early, powdery mildew resistant, prolific straight fruits
Heirloom Zucchini- Romanesco, Traditional Italian heirloom with great flavor.
Pumpkin- Jack o Lantern- Racer, medium sized carving type on compact vines
Pumpkin- Sugar- New England Pie, The classic New England pie pumpkin.
Pumpkin- Mini- Jill B Little, High yielding mini ornamental
Gourds- Autumn Wings, A broad array of winged and warted gourds
Watermelon- Sugar Baby, sweet 6-8 inch diameter watermelons
Cantaloupe- Sugar Cube, Very sweet, personalized size fruit
Basil- Genovese
Basil- Thai
Basil- Aromatic
Parsley- Curley
Parsley- Flat
Mint- Mojito
Thyme- English
Thyme- Lemon