Q. Where are you located?
A. Our farm where we grow and sell our fruits, vegetables and plants is located at 516 Spook Rock Road, County Route 29, Hudson (Claverack), NY 12534 just about halfway between Routes 9H and 23B.

We also have a farm stand in Greenport.

Q. When do you open for the season?
A. The greenhouse is open: April 15 through June 30. The farm is open: June 1 through October 31. Watch our Facebook page for the Greenport Farm Stand open dates.

Q. What are your hours of operation?
A. Monday-Saturday 8am-5:30pm Sunday 8am-5pm

Q. Do you sell perennials and annuals?
A. Yes, we have a wide selection of both in our 30,000 sq ft of greenhouses!

Q. Do you sell plants for my vegetable and herb garden?
A. Yes.  We have a big variety of veggies and herbs.

Q. What vegetables and fruits do you have available at the farm?
A.  We always have a great selections at the farm but it’s difficult to have an exact list because the harvest changes every day.  You can check the farm stand page for a general listing and watch our Facebook page for announcements as things are brought in from the fields. If there’s something specific you need, give a call!

Q. Will you give me tips on growing my garden?
A. We do our best to offer growing tips answer your garden questions. We’ve got a friendly staff that’s here to help!

Q. Do you grow all your own plants for the farm?
A. Yes. We start planting in January so the plants are ready to plant in your summer gardens. The vegetable plants that you buy are the same that we plant in our fields.

Q. What payment methods do you accept?
A. Cash, local checks, MasterCard, Visa, and Discover.

Q. What do you do in the winter time?

A. First, we get the farm ready to winter. We prep some of the fields for spring and get things battened down for the storms to come. Then, we catch up on much needed sleep! Once we’re rested, we get ready to start the new season and plan what we’re going sell at the greenhouse, how we’re going plant the fields. And there a lots of things that need to be taken care of when we aren’t worried about the weather telling us what we need to do! We repair equipment, sterilize pots for the greenhouse, and do a lot of general maintenance, too.