"Working with Nature to bring you wholesome, chemical-free produce"

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.



NOW Available

Quinte West Farmers’ Market is closed until May.  Produce is available at the farm.  Please order by e-mail or phone. We will also be opening the farm stand on Saturdays in April between 10 and 2 to feature trees and shrubs as well as produce.


Potatoes (mixed varieties from the root cellar) @ $3 /basket

Spinach @ $3 per bag

Mixed Salad Greens @ $3 per bag

Mixed Stirfry Greens @ $3 per bag (oriental greens, kale, chard)

Herbs (French Thyme, Lemon Thyme, Cilantro, Chervil, Parsley, Leaf Celery) @ $1 per bunch

Arugula @ $1 per bunch



Swiss Chard

Green Onions

Jerusalem Artichokes

If you wish to order produce or have any questions or special requests for the upcoming season, please e -mail bea@naturalthemes.com or call 613-398-7971.

Location & Contact Us

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 first Saturday in November.  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.  If you have questions or orders please contact Bea at  613-398-7971  or at bea@naturalthemes.com

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2013 Ground Cherries

Ground Cherries harvested in 2013