Chemical Free Field Grown . . . From Our Gardens to Your Table
Natural Themes offers fruits and vegetables as they come into season as well as native trees, shrubs, wildflowers, grasses, and ferns from April through October. For Natural Themes Native Plant Nursery please visit www.naturalthemes.com
All of the produce comes from our chemical-free gardens and unheated greenhouses where we strive to support natural balance as much as possible.
Quinte West Farmers’ Market is now finished for the season. Produce is available at the farm. Please order by e-mail or phone. Native plants are available until freeze-up. Produce will be available at the farm until deep freeze, likely mid December. Watch for updates on this web page.
Mixed Salad Greens @ $3 per bag
Mixed Lettuce @ $3 per bag
Stir Fry Mix @ $3 per bag
Herbs (Mint, French Thyme, Lemon Thyme, Parsley, Italian Parsley, Sage, Oregano, Rosemary, Leaf Celery, Lovage, Marjoram, Dill, Cilantro) @ $1 per bunch
Miner’s Lettuce (Winter Purslane) @ $1/bunch
Arugula @ $1 per bunch
Green Onions @ $1 per bunch
Endive @ $1 per bunch
Dandelion Greens @ $1 per bunch
Kale (mixed) @ $3/bag or $1/ bunch (curly or tuscan)
Potatoes (mix of at least 5 varieties, German butterball, French Fingerling) @$5/basket, 3 baskets for $10
Oriental Greens (Choho, Chinese Lettuce, Green Pak Choy, White Pak Choy, Komatsuna, Moulin Rouge, Choy Sum) @ $1 per bunch or mix available for $3
Mustards (Green and Red Mizuna) @ $1 per bunch
Leeks @ $2 per bunch
Rapini @ $1/bunch
If you wish to order produce or have any questions, please e -mail email@example.com or call 613-398-7971.
Natural Themes brings produce and a selection of native trees, shrubs, ferns, wildflowers, grasses and vines to the Quinte West Farmers’ Market from May until the end of October. For more information on the market, visit: http://quintewest.ca/en/visitors/farmersmarket.asp. We look forward to seeing you at the market in May.
Our Farm is located at 219 Maybee Road in Stockdale. Produce is harvested on request and can be picked up at the farm between March and December If you have questions or orders please contact Bea at 613-398-7971 or at firstname.lastname@example.org