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You can bring peace and joy into your home or office with a bouquet of farm fresh flowers. Click here to learn about our flower subscription (CSA). Our flowers also make a wonderful gift, and when you purchase them you are giving the gift of food and shelter to bees, butterflies and other pollinators on our certified organic farm. We have flowers available from Mother's Day through the end of October, and we sell our flowers in Rhode Island and Connecticut. Whether you are gifting flowers to your Mom for Mother's Day, or planning a fall wedding, we feel proud to provide New England with a source of flowers that are grown in a way that helps our beautiful environment, and are chemical free. You will feel better knowing that when you bring flowers into your home or to a friend or loved one, you are not bringing in the toxic chemicals sprayed on most flowers. When you gift our flowers, you can talk about the local Connecticut farm the flowers came from, and all the benefits our farm provides to bees, butterflies, moths, hummingbirds, and other pollinators.
OUR VEGETABLES - DELICIOUS AND NUTRITIOUS
You can be happier and healthier thanks to our vegetables. Click here to learn about our vegetable subscription (CSA). We strive to grow the most flavorful varieties to help you eat well, such as our sugary sweet sungold cherry tomatoes, and our mild, tender kale varieties. When you visit our farm, or stop by our stand at the farmer's market, you get to meet your local farmer and can be assured that your vegetables are fresh, pure and organic. Purity is in our land's heritage. Our farm has been certified organic since 1989, and was the first certified organic farm in Eastern Connecticut. Founded in 1989 as Wayne's Organic Garden, the farm was purchased by Zoe Madden in 2019 when Wayne passed away. We will carry on his legacy by producing certified organic vegetables for the local community. We also have expanded into flowers for everyday bouquets, weddings, funerals and all other occasions.
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