Produce Available


We are open 7 days per week until the end of the season
Monday – Friday 10 – 6
Saturday & Sunday 10 – 5
Holiday’s we are open 10 – 5

Updated Sept 3rd



DAIRY & EGGS: Free Run Eggs from BeeKing, & Biemonds organic, all natural, firm set yogurt along with their cheese. (Farmers or Garlic-Parsley)

DINNER & BREAKFAST SAUSAGES: These are gluten & nitrate free, made from local beef and pork and come in the following flavors: Hot, Medium, Oktoberfest, Honey-garlic, and Beef maple-bacon. Breakfast sausage: Plain, Maple or Blueberry – Maple.

STEAKS: 6 oz Bacon Wrapped Tenderloins – Pack of 2
6 – 8 oz Boneless Rib Eyes  – Pack of 2
14 oz T-Bones
6 oz Strip loins – Pack of 4
12 oz Rib Eyes Note: These are free ranged beef cattle that are hormone and antibiotic free. The come from the Nimon Ranch

ALL THE MEATS available in the stand come from our suppliers flash frozen. If you are interested in the fresh selections, contact Tammy and ask to be added to the newsletter.


Red Raspberries until September
Cultivated Blueberries
Strawberries until late September
Tiger Melons (Yellow Watermelons)
Wild Blueberries
Yellow Raspberries

Blue Plums
Coronation Grapes (Seedless Concorde)
Red Plums
& Peaches

Beans – Yellow, Purple & Rattle (The ultimate mix)
Yellow Raspberries have started
Egg Plant – 6 Varieties
Fresh Picked Kale – Green, Red or Black
Garlic is out of the ground and is cured to last the winter
Fresh Baby Horse Radish
Herbs: Mint, Basil, Chive & Lovage
Potatoes: This weeks flavor is All Red, Belmont & Smiling Eyes
Summer Squash: Yellow & Green Zucchini, Zuko Round, Custard Squash, Green & Marble Scalops, Fortune & Yellow Patti Pans) are producing nicely
Peppers: Sweet and / or Hot Peppers have started to grace our shelves
Tomatoes: All our tomatoes are producing well. There are Cherry, Cocktail, Ox-hearts and Heirlooms
Winter Squash: Spaghetti and Stripetti (a cross between a sweet potato squash & spaghetti) and a sample pick of all the others: Coronation, Sweet Potato Squash, Amber Cup, Golden Hubbard, Winter Sweet, Candy Roaster, and Guatemala Blue for a start. There is loads of Butternut but they are not quite ready to pick. Patience. They will all make a huge appearance when the harvest comes in.

The bees are having some trouble this year. It is best to leave the honey to them and have them recover than take it away, so we are short in honey this year. We do however have Honey Comb

Assorted Summer Squash from our gardens
Beans: Yellow & Green Bush Beens
Beans from our gardens: Yellow, Rattle & Purple (The ultimate mix)
Beets with the Greens from Joey’s co-op
Carrots – New baby orange or Heirloom
Corn: Picked fresh every morning and stored in our cooler to maintain the freshness

Egg Plant
Garlic from our gardens
Green or Yellow Zucchini & Summer Squashes from our gardens
Green, Red or Yellow Ontario Bell Peppers
Hot Banana, Jalapeno &  Hungarian wax Peppers from our gardens
Kale: Picked while you wait from our gardens
Onions: Red & Yellow cooking onions, Yellow Spanish, Sweet White or Sweet Red onions
Fresh Red or White Spanish Onions
Red & White Baby Potatoes
Fresh dug potatoes from our gardens
Sweet Potatoes

Fresh Basil by the root ball
Beefsteak Tomatoes
Fresh local Romaine & Red Leaf Lettuce
Fresh local Celery
Green Onions & Red Scalions
Kirby Cucumbers
Lebanese Cucumbers
Straight Eight Field Cucumbers
Red Cherry Tomatoes
Mixed Cherry & Cocktail Tomatoes from our gardens
Red Radish – Loose or by the bunch
Sweet Red, Yellow or Orange Bell Peppers
Tasty Green Peppers
An assortment of sweet & hot peppers from our gardens

Click on the links provided to have a sneak peak of what is to come from our gardens: Tomatoes , Sweet & Hot Peppers , Egg Plants   , Summer & Winter Squash ,  there are also many other surprises that I did not have time to upload to the web site such as 7 types of potatoes, 3 types of beans, horseradish, peas, kale, cabbages, onions and more… In fruit we have: Ground cherries, black raspberries, blackberries, rhubarb and yellow raspberries…


Our pledge to you, our customers, is to provide you with the best produce available, with priority being chemical free, and naturally grown. Some of the farms we deal with are not organic, but they are conscientious of the environment and use fertiliser and pesticides only when necessary.