Toby Tobin will be broadcasting live from Farrand Farms this Saturday, April 29th from 6 a.m. to 10 a.m. We will be open early that day, at 6 a.m., to accommodate the broadcast schedule. Can’t wait to see you here!
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The greenhouse is in full bloom! These sweet bi-color iris are the perfect way to add contrast to your iris bed. These orange and yellow Summer Breeze poppies are so friendly they are hugging! Nothing beats these Hiemalis Begonia blooms!
Your favorite Red Robin and Yellow Canary tomato hanging baskets are setting their first round of blossoms. These beauties will be loaded with tasty goodness before you know it! Our full selection of veggies is busy growing. Many are ready and available now.
We’ve been busy as bees getting your Spring ready this year! Speaking of bees stop in and receive a free packet of pollinator wildflowers, free with purchase!
We have been busy planting our Spring annuals and perennials here at the farm. A lot of people don’t realize we plant, and grow, 90% of our plants here. Maggie Farrand stepped up to plant some of the hundreds of perennials we grow! Pictured above is just one of our many production greenhouses located… Read more »
Eager to play in the dirt? We have a wonderful selection of seeds and seeding supplies that are easy to use and make a great Early Spring project. Fennel Purple Ruffles Basil
We have been so busy prepping the greenhouse for our final season before retirement. We have so many fun and exciting things planned for this year! We look forward to seeing you on February 20th as we re-open to the public and kick-off our best season yet!
Please join us this Sunday, December 18th, from 11-2 for “Photos with Frosty”. We had such a great time at this event last year and can’t wait to see you all again!
Please join us for Small Business Saturday on Nov. 26th and 27th. Rudolph will be visiting our Poinsettia Wonderland for pictures with the kids! He will be there from 11-2. Don’t forget the camera!
These lovely Princettia poinsettias in light pink or magenta are just a few of the many varieties we grow!