Certified Organic potatoes and vegetables including tomatoes, onions, turnips, greens, leeks, parsnips in season. Fresh carrots year round. Fresh rhubarb and berries in season. Jams & jellies produced on our farm. Many varieties of eggs, including multi coloured dozen packs and goose eggs at Easter. Fresh beautiful gladiolas, daffodils and sunflowers in season.
Member since 1996.
Joyce Kelly 676-2064
We sell organically grown produce, including garlic and artichokes.
Grass-fed lamb, naturally grown vegetables, gluten-free hot meals, salsa, eggs, mint herbal tea and open-pollinated seeds. We grow Painted Mountain Corn for our tortillas that we make fresh every week. We grow the Pinto Beans that fill our tortillas, the greens that cover our taco plates, and all of the other ingredients for toppings that make our tacos a unique and truly local Island eating experience. All of our food is gluten-free, and is grown from open- pollinated seeds, which enables us to save our seed each year for replanting. Member since 2012.
Brian and Lorna McMaster
Seaspray Organics Co-operative is made up of Thistle Dew Farm and Reg Phelan Farm.
Vegetables we plan on growing this year:
beets, carrots, broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, brussel sprouts, beans, potatoes, tomatoes, cucumber, peppers, greens, kohlrabi, garlic and more!
Reg Phelan and Stella Sheppard, 2144 Byrnes Road, Morell, PEI, 902 961 2428
Byron Petrie and Carina Phillips, 2209 Byrnes Road, Morell, PEI, 902 213 5862
Island grown and imported fruits and vegetables.
Ralph Younker (902)368-1304
14 varieties of apples grown on our family farm. Pure Apple Cider available year round.
Mark & Tara Ashley (902)218-5286
Naturally grown produce.
Weedy Gardens; Contact Hans 621-2542
Organic vegetables and jams, jellies and mushrooms. Also selling fresh baked whole grain bread.
The Doctor’s Inn; contact Paul & Jen Offer 831-3057
Sitti’s Garden offers herbal tea, herbal jellies, sauces, candies, jams, ‘Bite Balm’, ‘Give me Skin Balm’ and gluten-free baked goods. In season they sell herbs, vegetables and flowers.
Paula Red, McIntosh, Cortland Jonagold Apples, cider and popping corn.
Member since 2001.
Maple Farms; contact Barry Haneveld 838-2345, cell 968-8563
Love Grass Farm; Island-grown vegetables.
Contact Paulette 902-629-1465 May-October
Elderflower Organic Farm; Contact: Margie Loo & Dave Blum 659-2098
Our farm is a truly mixed farm with a variety of annual and perennial organic vegetable and fruit crops, livestock, a variety of sprouts, wheatgrass, and catgrass. Also veggie burgers, veggie sausages and other products made with our farm ingredients. We are now raising pigs. Follow this link to find out how to order pork: http://elderflowerorganicfarm.ca/wp/?page_id=96
Island grown Blueberries, raspberries, cranberries. Also selling fresh baked fruit pies.
Contact John MacDonald 687-2621 or talk to Ann
Fruits and vegetables naturally grown and pesticide free. At market from May – November.
Member since 1973.
Contact Samantha and Phillip Lutwick 676-3044
Organic grown tomatoes, English cucumbers, red peppers, winter greens, eggplant, super early beans, melons and whatever else we can think. Member since 2013.
Marc or Krista Schurman 836-3929, cell 432-0026
713 Rte 104, Kensington, PE
Specializing in local, seasonal & fresh-cut flowers, beautiful bouquets, wreaths & holiday table arrangements. Also selling vegetables, potted plants & herbs & patio flowers.
Sunshine Farm has a diverse orchard and garden where they harvest all the fruits for their jams and jellies, flavoured oils, vinegar, preserves, sauerkraut, sweet sauces and hot sauces. In season, they sell their fresh berries and vegetables. At Christmas they also make authentic sugar plums.
Contact Ina Proeber
5 varieties of certified organic apples and cider. Maple syrup and related products.
Continue reading “Beamish Orchard”
Growing diverse organic vegetables with careful attention to quality, freshness, taste, nutritional value and sustainability. Also selling delicious Acadiana Soy tofu made from organic PEI soybeans. Our goal and philosophy is to leave the land better than we found it. To give back to the earth that sustains us each and every day. Member since 2010.