Experience

Locally Grown Vegetables & Flowers

Large variety of fresh local produce and an immense selection of flowers!
Starter Plants
Chemical-Free Starter Plants

We do not ship in our plants.  That is, all of our plants are started on site from untreated and/or organic seed and soil.  We then nurture them with the best local care to ensure a superior product. Along those same lines, we do not ship out our plants either and only sell on site seven days a week.

Farmer's Market
On-Site Farmer's Market

In addition to what we grow on site, we feature products from other local growers as well.  From our very own cucumbers and dill to the ever popular Anderson Truck Farms Bi-Color Sweet Corn.

Flowers
Hundreds of Varieties

In 2020 we added the largest variety of flowers we’ve ever had, with the Benary’s Giant Zinnia remaining our signature flower.  For 2021 we have tripled the number of available flowers.

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The Dusty Miller has germinated! It was seeded on January 5! That is only four days! It is supposed to take 10 to 21 days! Once it germinates it needs a dryer growing medium and intense light for 12 to 14 hours a day! That is why I really needed the new plant stand and lights! 🙂 ... See MoreSee Less

The Dusty Miller has germinated! It was seeded on January 5! That is only four days! It is supposed to take 10 to 21 days! Once it germinates it needs a dryer growing medium and intense light for 12 to 14 hours a day! That is why I really needed the new plant stand and lights! :)Image attachmentImage attachment

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How exciting!!!!♥️♥️♥️

Awesome!

You’re amazing!

The rosemary has germinated! It is supposed to take 14 to 21 days to germinate! Amazing! This germinated in eight days! Then another amazing thing happened! A dear sweet lady by the name of Judy, contacted me to let me know that she wanted to get rid of her three tier germination shelf with lights! It just so happened to be just exactly what I needed to keep up with everything that I need to germinate in the house this time of year! Thank you very much Judy! After John and I picked it up, we made a trip to Menards for more soil! So! That is todays amazing update! 🙂 ... See MoreSee Less

YUP!

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We reap what we sow!

These begonias were seeded on January 6th! This seed is so tiny (like black pepper) that it has to be pelleted! This makes them a challenge to get them to germinate! Last year was the first year that we had begonias! We were very pleased with their performance out here! We have had requests from customers for flowers that can handle Shade and sun! So! We are excited to offer two varieties of begonias this growing season! 🙂 ... See MoreSee Less

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These are my favorite!

Some more little tidbits! Those seeds in the pic are Dusty Miller seeds! I started two flats of them today! 😊 Also, the Canna seed pictured in the HPS catalog caught my eye! The Cana seeds have been ordered and are on their way! Did you know you have to soak them for 10 to 14 days before you transfer them into soil so they can germinate? Last year was the first year we had started Cannas from seed! I think we are hooked on their exotic beauty! These are just some of the reasons we are excited for the 2022 season! ... See MoreSee Less

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Those Cannas are beautiful! I saved seeds from last year. Not sure if they will be the same color as the momma plant. Been soaking for 3 days now.

I love dusty millers! I always include them in my pots and they are one of the “workhorses” of the garden i think!

How EXCITING!!!!♥️♥️♥️♥️

You are one busy lady with those seeds! Can’t wait for Spring!

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