NOW Available

We are at the Front Street Farmers’ Market in Quinte West on Saturdays between 8 and 1 until the end of October

Produce can also be ordered and picked up at the farm located at 219 Maybee Rd, near Frankford, in Quinte West.   Best times for pick up are Wednesdays and Sundays between 11 and 3.   E-mail or call/text 613-968-0837

Please note: we are striving to continue reducing single use plastics and encourage our customers to come with their own reusable containers, if possible.   Please let us know if you plan to bring your own containers.



Mixed Salad Greens (a mix of young leaves of various varieties of lettuce, kales, orach, amaranth, spinach, mizunas,, endive, oriental greens, chard, beets, and arugula)  @ $4/ 3 litres

Kale (mix of leaves of several varieties) @ $4/ 4 litres

Stir Fry Mix (mix of oriental greens, kale, and swiss chard) @ $4

Oriental Greens (Pak Choi, Tatsoi, Komatsuna) @ $2/bunch

Beet Leaves @ $4/ 3 litres

Swiss Chard @ $2 / bunch

Potatoes @ $4/ box

Spaghetti Squash@ $3 ea

Beans (yellow or mix of green, purple, &/or yellow) @ $4/box

Cucumbers (pickling) @ $4/box

Eggplants @ $3/box of Thai and/or Finger, $1 ea, 3 for $2 for larger

Sweet Peppers @ $1 ea, 3 for $2

Hot Peppers @ 3 for $1 or  $4/box

Tomatoes (Mix of mostly Heirlooms)@ $4/box, $6/3 l basket; Ask regarding seconds @ $5/quarter bushel

Paste Tomatoes (Romas &/0r San Marzano) @ $10/quarter bushel (please bring your own containers)

Green onions @ $2/bunch

Radishes @ $2/bunch

Garlic @ $2/bunch

Parsley @ $2/bunch

Herbs (Rosemary, Sage, Thyme, Oregano, Marjoram, Summer Savoury, Lavender)@ $2/bunch

Okra @ $3/pt


Coming Soon: arugula,  winter squash, pie pumpkins, beets, turnips

Native Plants:

Trees, shrubs, wildflowers, grasses and ferns are available at the farm nursery which is open every Sunday between 11 and 3 or by request.  We do bring some to the market on Saturdays and can deliver orders there for pick up.  Check for more information or e-mail to check for availability of the native species you’re seeking to enhance the biodiversity of your yard.