Sustainably Grown Seedlings For Your Garden
Order today for pick-up in May at our farm on line 41 just outside New Hamburg.
(Main Pickup day is May 20, 2023 .we’ll email you with other pickup dates as well)
All seedlings are in 4inch pots unless otherwise noted.
4 inch pots are 4 inches in diameter measured across the top. There is generally 1 plant in each pot. HST IS included in our plant prices!
|PLANT: Zucchini-Dark Green||Dark green fruits on large, bushy plants. You don't have to trellis zucchini plants, but they do take up quite a bit of space. Allow at least 3 feet per a plant. Pick fruits when they are 6-8 inches long for slicing or eating raw- or harvest monster zucchinis for stuffing! A fun plant to grow with kids. Grow in full sun, in fertile, well drained soil.||$4.50|
|PLANT: Zucchini- Golden Delight||Dark yellow fruits on medium, bushy plants. You don't have to trellis zucchini plants, but they do take up quite a bit of space. Allow at least 3 feet per a plant. Pick fruits when they are 6-8 inches long for slicing or eating raw- or harvest monster zucchinis for stuffing! A fun plant to grow with kids. Grow in full sun, in fertile, well drained soil.||$4.50|
|PLANT: Watermelon-Sugar Baby||Viney plants bear small watermelons with dark green rinds. A tasty summer treat! Grow in full sun, in fertile, well drained soil.||$4.50|
|PLANT: Viola-Mixed Colours||A stunning mix of beautiful, edible flowers! The blooms have a very delicate wintergreen flavour, and are a colourful addition to salads or a garnish for deserts. Unlike many annual flowers, violas thrive in partial shade as well as full sun. They are also a perrennial, so they can overwinter and bloom again next year. While older varieties bloom only in the spring/early summer, these bloom all summer long. . .almost right up until frost! (grown in organic soil from 2 leaf stage (baby plant)-started in non-organic soil)||$4.50|
|PLANT: Tomato-Sweet Million||One of our favorite varieties to grow! This indeterminate (viney) plant bears loads of super sweet, red cherry tomatoes. Unlike many older varieties, sweet million tomatoes are crack resistant. As a result, they will stand for much longer after harvest, and still taste great. You'll want to cage or trellis these plants. . . .they will take over the garden given the chance!||$4.50|
|PLANT: Tomato-San Marzano (Heirloom)||A classic plum/paste tomato from Italy. Bears large meaty tomatoes with few seeds on viny plants. Requires trellising or staking. Grow in full sun.||$4.50|
|PLANT: Tomato-Costuluto Genovese||An Italian variety (can you tell by the name?) which bears large, sandwich sized deep red tomatoes. Excellent flavour, with more meatiness than other varieties. Good for canning, juicing, and sauces. These are indeterminate plants, so they'll need to be trellised, staked, or caged. Plant in full sun, in fertile well drained soil. (4-in pots)||$4.50|
|PLANT: Tomato-Black Cherry/Chocolate Cherry (heirloom)||Another one of our favourites! This heirloom produces plenty of deep purple fruit which are resistant to cracking. The tomatoes are about 1/2 oz, and have an incredible sweet, complex flavour. It's got an indeterminate growing habit, so you'll need to trellis/stake or cage it. Expect ripe tomatoes around 65 days after transplanting. Instead of having 1 short harvest window, they produce over several months- as long as the plant is healthy.||$4.50|
|PLANT: Tomato-Bush Beefsteak||If you want sandwich sized tomatoes, but don't want to bother trellising, then this is the one for you! These determinate plants (read bushy rather than viney) will produce nice round red beefsteak tomatoes. .. .And you can cage them if you want to, but they'll do just fine without too! Grow in full sun, in fertile, well drained soil.||$4.50|
|PLANT: Tomato- Mountain Merit (Blight Resistant!)||If your tomatoes keep getting wiped out by late blight, here's a variety for you! Mountain merit is a late blight resistant variety that produces medium to large beefsteak type tomatoes. And it's also a compact plant, so you'll be able to grow it in smaller spaces or in containers! Expect to harvest around 75 days from transplant.||$4.50|
|PLANT: Tomato- Brandywine (heirloom)||This is one of the most famous heirlooms. These indeterminate plants produce large, pinkish red tomatoes with an exotic, sweet flavour. You'll need to stake or cage these! 78 days from transplant||$4.50|
|PLANT: Heirloom Sweet Pepper-Cal Wonder||These plants grow up to 30" tall and produce heavy yields of large, 4 lobed sweet peppers with thick walls. Peppers start out green, then turn red and can be harvested at either stage. They are sweetest after they have turned red. Plant in fertile, well drained soil in full sun.||$4.50|
|PLANT: Sweet Pepper-Golden Calwonder||Vigourous 18-24in plants produce plenty of large, blocky golden sweet peppers. These start out green, then change to a deep yellow. Peppers like plenty of heat and fertility, so plant them in full sun and feed them well. You can also grow them in a 5-gallon container. To avoid calcium deficiency, even watering is key.||$4.50|
|PLANT: Sweet Marjoram||4 inch pots||$4.50|
|PLANT: Summer Savory||A compact, comparitively fast growing little plant, with a flavour milder than winter savory. Unlike it's winter cousin, summer savory is an annual. Use in bean, pea, or lentil recipes- or in other recipes as a substitute for winter savory. Some people also use summer savory as a substitute for sage. Do not feed with liquid fertilizer, and plant in a full sun, well drained area. Also grows well in containers. Companion plant with beans and onions.||$4.50|
|PLANT: Squash-Early Butternut||This AAS winner is one of the earliest producing butternut squashes available. Plus it has a fairly compact plant habit that won't take over your entire garden. Produces heavy yields of 10-12" tan squashes. Plant in fertile well drained soil in full sun.||$4.50|
|PLANT: Sorrel||Here's a perennial herb that does well in both full sun in partial shade. It's leaves are very lemony, and make a flavourful addition to salads. Also delicious cooked with fish. Harvest the tender, green leaves before the seed heads develop. You can also pinch the seed heads for an extended harvest. (4 inch pot)||$4.50|
|PLANT: Sage||4 inch pots||$4.50|
|PLANT: Pole Bean-Scarlet Runner||A beautiful plant that not only attracts pollinators, but also yields tender 12'' long green beans. You'll need to support this runner bean, either on trellising or stakes, as it tends to sprawl. Develops pretty deep red flowers. It's fun to grow with children .||$4.50|
|PLANT: Parsley-Dark Green Italian||This is a biennial herb grown as an annual, although it is quite cold hardy. It's large flat leaves are reputed to have a better flavour than many of the curly varieties. Can be grown in pots on the kitchen windowsill, as well as out in your garden. Easy to grow from a transplant (but more challenging from seed because of long germination period).||$4.50|
|PLANT: Pansy- Mixed (Large blooms)||These pansies have enormous, edible, flat blooms on vigourous compact plants. Technically pansies are a perennial, but they are mostly grown in our climate as a cold hardy annual. Grow them in pots, window boxes, hanging baskets, or as mass plantings in the garden. (grown in organic soil from 2 leaf stage (baby plant)-started in non-organic soil)||$4.50|
|PLANT: Oregano||A must have for the kitchen herb garden! Not only is it an essential ingredient in many Greek, Italian, and Spanish dishes, but it's flowers also attract beneficial insects. Unlike most other herbs, oregano maintains it's strong flavour for months after harvest and drying. Because oregano repels cabbage moths, it's an excellent companion for your brassicas (kale, cabbage, broccoli, etc). Grows well in pots. Plant in a sunny, warm area. Perennial hardy to zone 5. (grown in organic soil from 2 leaf stage (baby plant)-started in non-organic soil)||$4.50|
|PLANT: Nasturtium-Mixed Dwarf (non trailing)||Bright coloured flowers red, orange, and yellow flowers stand out on compact plants. And guess what, the flowers are edible! They have a bit of a peppery flavour, but not overly strong. These will grow well in window boxes or other containers, or out in your garden. While they prefer full sun, they can also do well in partial shade, although they will tend to spread out a bit more. They're also a great companion plant for your cucumbers, melons, radishes, and tomatoes. (4 inch pot)||$4.50|
|PLANT: Marigold-Mixed Dwarf French||A stunning mixture of yellow, orange, red and variegated marigolds. Small plants only grow to about 12'' tall. Plant them around the garden to kill nematodes and repel white flies, but avoid planting near beans. These grow well in pots, window boxes, and other containers. Will bloom right until frost if deadheaded. (large 6 packs)||$6.50|
|PLANT: Jalapeno Pepper||These plants grow to about 2' tall and can be planted in large containers. The peppers are moderately hot, and are great for adding a bit of spice to salsas, dips, and sauces. Peppers start out green, then turn red. Plant in full sun, in fertile, well drained soil.||$4.50|
|PLANT: Hot Pepper-Orange Habanero||Not for the faint of heart! These little fire bombs rank 100,000 to 350,00 SHU's on the scoville heat scale. Habanero peppers start out lime green, then ripen to fiery orange, then to red. They require lots of heat, and take a little longer to mature than most other peppers at 90-100 days from transplant. Plant in full sun, in well drained, fertile soil. Do not plant with brassicas, beans, or fennel||$4.50|
|PLANT: German Winter Thyme||This hardy perennial has strongly flavoured leaves perfect for seasoning meats, soups and sauces. It's a good candidate for your kichen herb garden! And once established, thyme requires little watering and fertilizing. Plant in full sun. Grows to 8-12 inches tall. (grown in organic soil from 2 leaf stage (baby plant)-started in non-organic soil)||$4.50|
|PLANT: Eggplant-Millionaire||Medium sized upright plants can be grown in containers. This variety is one of the best long oriental types tested by William Dam seeds. The fruits can get up to 11 inches long! Eggplants thrive in hot conditions. Plant them in fertile, well drained soil in full sun. Be sure to protect from frost.||$4.50|
|PLANT: Dill||Tasty leaves are excellent for dips or cooking with fish and flower heads can be used for pickling||$4.50|
|PLANT: Cucumber-Patio Snacker||A compact cucumber plant that won't invade your entire garden! Patio snacker produces medium green, white spined cucs that are around 4-5 inches long. And the plants are half the size of regular cucs. Try growing in patio planters, but be sure to use a good quality potting soil. Plant in full sun.||$4.50|
|PLANT: Cauliflower-Snow Crown||4-inch Pots These plants produce uniform, 2lb white heads. In order to develop dense, tasty curds the plants have to grow steadily . In other words, make sure that they get enough water. And if they slow down growing, feed them with a balanced, organic fertilizer. Cauliflowers are heavy feeders, so be sure to plant them in fertile soil with plenty of compost. Once the cauliflower head starts forming, tie up the leaves with a rubber band. This keeps your cauliflower white. Harvest just when the florets are beginning to separate.||$4.50|
|PLANT: Cabbage-Golden Acre YR||An early, open pollinated variety with smaller heads- good for growing in containers or in smaller spaces. Has some resistance to splitting. Plant in well drained fertile soil in full sun.||$4.50|
|PLANT: Bush Beans-Green (4-pak)||Beans are a rewarding, and easy to grow vegetable. Bush beans do not take much space, so they are perfect for containers or smaller gardens. No trellising required. Plant in full sun, in fertile, well drained soil.||$4.50|
|PLANT: Basil Blend||Add colour to your pesto! Choose from purple,or genovese basil for a flavourful mix.The purple basil has a flavour more similar to genovese basil, but with dark purple leaves. Basil grows well on your windowsill, and in any fertile, well drained garden. It does like heat though, so make sure to plant it in full sun. (2-3 plants/ pot for 4 inch pots)||$4.50|
|Tomato-Banana Legs (Heirloom)||Here's a fun tomato to grow in your garden! This unique variety bears 4 inch long, thick fleshed yellow tomatoes with a unique banana shape (hence the name). A very prolific producer, the robust indeterminate plants will require support of some kind (caging/staking/trellising/etc). Grow in full sun, in fertile, well drained soil.||$4.50|
|PLANT:Tomato- Old German (Heirloom)||Old german bears striped yellow and orange fruit, and is one of my favourite tomatoes! The fruits are large, very sweet, and juicy. Great for slicing on toast! Indeterminate plant requires caging or staking.||$4.50|
|PLANT: Tomato-Golden Queen (Heirloom)||Also known as 'Jubilee', this tomato was introduced in the early 1880's. It bears yellow fruits which are low in acid compared to red tomatoes. Fruits have a very mild, pleasing flavour. Indeterminate plants will require trellising or caging. Plant in full sun, in fertile, well-drained soil.||$4.50|
|PLANT: Tomato- Pruden Purple (heirloom)||This early heirloom beefsteak has a meaty purple-pink fleshed fruit that can get up to 1 lb! The fruits have a flattened top with smooth, slightly ribbed crack resistant skin. Has a unique potato leaf shape similar to brandywine tomatoes. Grow in fertile, well drained soil in full sun. Staking/pruning required.||$4.50|
|PLANT: Tomato- Patio Hybrid||As the name suggests, this is an excellent variety for growing in a large pot on your patio. These plants bear 4oz dark red fruit on small, compact plants. No staking required!||$4.50|
|PLANT: Sweet Basil||This basil is the most commonly grown type. It is excellent in pestos, salads, and sauces- and has even been used to flavour ice cream! Grow in full sun in fertile, well drained soil. Basil is very sensitive to frost and likes warm temperatures, so don't plant it out too early.||$4.50|
|PLANT: Onion-Red Globe (Heirloom)||An heirloom red onion. Red onions are generally sweeter than yellow onions.||$4.50|
|PLANT: Kale-Dwarf Blue Scotch (heirloom)||As the name suggests, this is a shorter, more compact kale with thick, dark green, curly leaves. Good for smaller spaces or container gardening. Kale is very cold hardy and can even be harvested in the winter!||$4.50|
|PLANT: Eggplant-Black King||Early producing eggplant with extra large, dark fruits on medium plants. Plant in full sun, in well drained, fertile soil.||$4.50|
|PLANT: Cilantro/Coriander||The light green, tender leaves are an excellent addition to salads, and sauces. Grow in full sun to part shade, and harvest the leaves after they are about 6 inches tall. After it bolts, allow it to go to seed for coriander seeds. Annual||$4.50|
|PLANT: Brussels Sprouts-Jade||4 Inch Pot This is a popular early maturing variety that produces high yields of firm, oval shaped, medium sized sprouts. Unlike some other types, Jade holds well in adverse weather conditions making it a good choice for the home gardener. Grow in full sun, in fertile, well drained soil. Brussels sprouts are heavy feeders and will also benefit from applications of calcium, boron, and magnesium in the early stages of growth.||$4.50|
|PLANT: Beets-Early Wonder||Early deep reddish purple beets with tall green tops. Open pollinated.||$4.50|
|PLANT: Tomato- Sweet Gold||Bright golden yellow cherry tomatoes on vigorous, high yielding plants. Perfect for snacking! These plants are indeterminate (viney), so you'll need to stake, trellis, or cage them. Plants also have some disease resistance.||$4.50|
Yes, we do. If your plant dies within two weeks after you picked it up, and it’s death has nothing to do with critters, neglect, or flooding come back and choose another of equal value to replace it.
While we’re not certified organic, we don’t use chemical sprays on our plants and we steer clear of GMO seeds. The potting soil we use is organic.
At this time, we are not set up to deliver plants. But we do offer contact-less pickup at the farm (in May, when the plants are ready) We will email you with pick up dates and times in May. Our main plant sale and plant pick up day is planned for Saturday May 21, 2022. If you can’t make it to pick up your plants then, we will have other options available.
If you can’t make it out to any of the pickup days to get your plants, you are welcome to send a friend instead- or we can arrange a different time for you to come out.e
We’re just outside New Hamburg Ont, so about 20 min from K-W, 5 min from New Hamburg, and 20 min from Stratford. Our address is 1659 Line 41 New Hamburg (note that this is our NEW location for 2022)
The online farm stand opens in May and runs until October.