Bedner's Farm & Greenhouse

homegrown produce

Fresh, Local, Delicious!

We proudly offer an array of farm-fresh vegetables homegrown both in our fields and greenhouses. Our produce is available mid-June through late-December/early January. Bushels can be ordered with at least 24 hours’ notice so that we can pick it fresh for you.

2021 Crops:
CROP WE GROW VARIETY AMOUNT MONTHS
Arugula Darkita 5 oz Sept-Jan
Beets Red, Yellow 1 bunch Aug – October
Beet greens Bull’s Blood 6 oz Sept-Jan
Blueberries 1 pint June
Broccoli Destiny 1 head October
Cabbage White 1 head July + October
Carrots Harlequin Mix 1 pound Oct-Jan
Cucumbers Pickling, Seedless 1 qt pickles, 2-3 slicers July-Dec
Eggplant Regular, White, Japanese Long, Sicilian 1-2 Aug – October
Green Beans Bush 1 qt July – October
Herbs Basil, Cilantro, Dill, Parsley, Marjoram, Oregano, Rosemary, Sage, Thyme 1 clamshell July-Dec
Kale Lacinato, Red Curly 1 bunch Aug-Jan
Lettuce 5 Star Greenhouse Mix 1/2 or 1 pound Sept-Jan
Microgreens/sprouts mild & spicy mix, sunflower, pea tendrils 2-3 oz Sept-Jan
Peppers Jalapeno, Poblano, Hot/Sweet Banana, Shishito, Cubanelle, Red/Green Bell varies Aug – October
Pie Pumpkins 1 September
Winter Squash Acorn, Butternut 1 Sept – Dec
Spinach Auroch 5 oz Sept-Jan
Swiss Chard Rainbow 1 bunch July
Tomatoes Slicers, Heirlooms, Cherry 1 lb cherry, varies July-Dec

Zucchini

2-3 June – October

Bedner’s U-Pick produce

2021 Dates:

every Saturday, July 17 – August 28
10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Price: $15 per peck basket (baskets provided)

Take a short walk to our fields to handpick your own fresh vegetables. Availability changes with the season and crop conditions. Crops growing in our u-pick field are beets, cucumber, eggplant, zucchini, peppers, and tomatoes.

Farm Visitor Guidelines

  • Remember to wash your hands with soap and water and sign the visitor log before entering the field.
  • Visitors should wear closed-toed shoes, long-sleeve shirts, sunscreen, and a hat to protect themselves from the sun.
  • Please do your best to wear clean shoes and clothing that have not been worn at other farms the same day — you could unwittingly bring in unwanted visitors!
  • Stay on the designated paths and avoid damaging the crops.
  • Keep an eye out for insects! They share the fields with us too.
  • Please refrain from picking vegetables that have not reached mature size.
  • No pets allowed in the fields! Please leave your furry friends at home.
  • Please no trash, food, gum, tobacco or spitting in the fields.
  • Listen to your farm guide and ask us questions! We’re here to help!

Thank you for visiting Bedner’s Farm and Greenhouse