The farm is in full swing this time of year!
We are open Wed - Sun 10 am – 5:30 pm.
SWEET CORN: Starting in July, we offer locally grown sweet corn from our friends at Burnham Farms in East Hartford, CT.
BLUEBERRIES: Starting late June/early July we'll have blueberries!
We have Pick-Your-Own Blueberries $5 a pound, 2lb. minimum.
PYO is available during our regular business hours (see above).
VEGETABLES: We grow a variety of veggies, including green beans, peppers, tomatoes, potatoes & more. The season goes from late June - early September. Please check our Facebook for up-to-date information.
SUNFLOWERS: Starting in August. We offer single blooms & pre-made bouquets. Pick-your-own is available during our Sunflower Fest! In addition, we offer a few events during the Sunflower season, so stay up-to-date on our Facebook page!
Please check our website & Facebook page for time-frames and availability of veggies and flowers.
Spend TWO weekends in August wandering through our sunflower fields. Create your own beautiful bundle of sunflowers & remember to snag a picture or two. When you're not walking the fields, sit back, relax, and enjoy live music, food & local craft vendors.
One of our most popular events! Honk the horns & climb up inside tractors, buses, fire trucks, ambulances & more! A portion of the proceeds will be donated to Make-A-Wish Foundation CT. Last year we were able to raise over $1,400. Join us again this year!
Join us on July 21st for Elf movie night! Get your Christmas shopping done early with ornaments & holiday decor. Enjoy frozen hot chocolates, Christmas vendors & more!Details of the event are still in the works. Continue to check back with us for more information!
All are welcome to visit the farm, enjoy the scenery, and take pictures, but we do require a site fee, for professional photo-shoots or anything for monetary gain. These include engagement, wedding, family, senior portraits etc. Professional photography is permitted during the Sunflower Festival for the price of admission for all clients, photographers and anyone involved in the photo shoots. Remember, we are a farm first and foremost.
Please help us maintain the integrity of our land and crops by abiding by the following: