Elly and Grant Blanchard and family farm at Railway Creek north of Madoc in the Hamlet of Cooper. Elly has 17 years of experience of growing vegetables and garlic using only organic growing methods. Looking for fresh locally grown garlic? Railway Creek Farms is the place to go! We offer wide selection of garlic that vary in heat, flavour, size and appearances. Stay tuned in the Facebook for weekly updates, hints and news.
The Van de Heyden family have been growing vegetables since 1981. Ann and John and their four daughter live and work at Wooler Dale Farm nestled in the Murray Hills. John and Ann emigrated from Holland. The growing seasons begins in April with salad greens;, asparagus is ready in May and strawberries in June. By mid summer they have eggplant, tomatoes, beans, leeks and more. They grow crops that they can store over the winter like potatoes, squash, carrots, onions, garlic and dried herbs.
Jack, Betty and their family run J. & B. Asparagus. It is a residential retirement farm specializing in the production and sale of fresh asparagus from three acres. The remainder of farm is in forage and there is a managed woodlot. Please call for availability in May.
Elsie and Al Lafreniere grow vegetables, herbs and plants on their farm on the Black River Road, north west of Tweed. They also make clay planters, which they fill with plants. They also run the famous Green Donkey Tea Room, which is open this fall for high teas
As always, we welcome your orders for baked goods. Don't take a chance; order your scones, pies, cakes, etc in advance. (613) 478-2852