Unique Farm

On Site Catering
Justice of the Peace
Reunions the farm


Maple Syrup
produced at the farm

Share fresh syrup with your
friends and family this season…
place an order


Farm to Fork
Sunset Dinners & Tours

Enjoy a freshly harvested meal
on the farm…

make your reservation


Fresh Produce & Seedlings

Stay healthy with our bounty or
get a start on your garden with
our organic seedlings…
find out more


Event Catering by Vermont Harvest Catering

We can help make your next
occasion eventful…
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Learn, live, love rural Vermont…
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 Greetings from Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom

A unique Farm to Fork venue including a one of a kind event greenhouse for your special event from May – Oct. Growers of certified organic produce, plants, herbs, hemp, saffron, offering floral, Justice of the Peace, catering, produce and delivery services along with our artisan maple syrup. We host gourmet Farm to Fork sunset dinners with guest chefs, tours, weddings, elopements, memorials, reunions, mitzvahs, business events, buffet & movie nights, private parties, field trips, fundraisers, life celebrations, we offer the farm for your event! Come visit the farm for sugaring, spring plants, produce and our popular Farm to Fork Dinners.

August 2019 Produce – We’re now Certified Organic! 

Beans –  $5/bag

Beets – $3.5/multi colored bunch

Carrots – $3/bunch, $5./2+lb. bag, $10. 5/lb. bag

Corn – coming soon

Cucumbers –  $2.5/lb – 8″ American slicers

Garlic – $8./half lb, $15 lb, $3/bulb – this is the most beautiful garlic, large cloves, peels easy, a few varieties

Kale – $3/bunch red or green curled, could order a mixed  bunch

Leeks – $3./lb.

Lettuce – $2.75 – $3./head

Onions – $2.5/lb – large sweet fresh eating walla walla,  reds, white and yellows

Peppers – sweet Shishitos and colored snack peppers – 10/$5. sweet bullhorn $4.5 lb

Potatoes, $3/lb – harvesting to order, many varieties including fingerlings

Salad Greens – $5./bag – Sandiwoods signature salad greens, changes weekly

Sprouts – $3.5/bag – mung bean

Tomatoes – $5.pint, $9./2 pints – multi colored cherry mix

Tomatoes – $4.5/lb – heirloom slicers

Zucchini & Yellow squash – $2.5/lb – greenhouse grown small & tender

Winter Squash coming in Sept.!

Fresh Flowers – seasonal blooms, $10 larger bouquets – any size bouquets available

Sweet Peas now available upon request, the fragrance is heavenly

Sara has been growing and arranging flowers for over 30 years!


Basil – Pesto time $3/bunch – $5.5 2/bunch – $10./4 bunches

CBD Hemp – inquire

Cilantro – $2.50/ bunch

Dill – $2.25/bunch

Edible Flowers – $5/bag

Licorice Mint – (Anise Hyssop)  $3/large flowering bunch – smells & tastes great, dries well, wonderful for tea & bar beverages

Mint – $2.00/bunch

Oregano – $2.25/bunch – flowering

Parsley – $2.25/bunch – large leaf Italian

Saffron – $12.5/.25 gm; $48/gram

Sage – $2.25/bunch

Thyme – 2.5/bunch – Lemon & German

email Sara by Sunday eve for a Tues.  delivery to Morrisville, Stowe or farm pick up always available

if paying through pay pal, please add 4% after you receive your invoice. Thank you

We now have Venmo, let me know if you want information on how to pay.


2019 Maple Syrup

available stop by the farm to pick some up, local delivery available, nationwide shipping order here.  From our trees to your table, stay naturally sweet!


Dried CBD Hemp

Our crop is third party tested and verified for high CBD and low THC profile, fragrant, resinous, to make tincture, salve, smoke, medicine for pets, to cook with, many other uses, our strain comes from breeders in Oregon and is an amazing plant we are happy to be able to grow and offer this medicinal herb.





To grow & produce the highest quality produce, plants, flowers, maple syrup for ourselves, the greater community, chefs & visitors to our farm. To inspire guests by offering the opportunity to unplug and allow nature to recharge them with unforgettable agritourism and farm experiences.  To have nationwide customers enjoy our cultural taste of place from our maple syrup.

We take great pride in being responsible stewards of the land, while keeping the working landscape, enhancing the quality of life on the farm as well as to contribute to the future of Vermont’s farm economy.

Link to view photos of  Farm to Fork Dinner 

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