Farm shop

Our opening hours are
2pm – 6pm Tuesday
10am – 6pm Wednesday
10am – 6pm Thursday
2pm – 6pm Friday
9am – 5pm Saturday
(Closed on Sundays and Mondays)

When the shop is open you can also wander round the farm – perhaps to feed the chickens, or maybe just sit by the pond and enjoy the sights, sounds and smells of the farm. Add a coffee and cake and you’ve got yourself a lovely bit of down time.

Our range includes:

  • Our own produce
    • salad leaves, kale, chard
    • beetroot, radish, turnip, parsnip
    • tomatoes, cucumber, sweet peppers
    • chilli peppers
    • kohl rabi, celeriac, celery
    • red cabbage, spring cabbage
    • potatoes
    • fresh herbs – sage, rosemary, parsley
  • Off-site range. When the amount of our own produce is reduced we buy in from various local suppliers. They are not all organic, but it is a start. We will try to source organic produce for the future.
    • potatoes
    • onions
    • apples
  • chicken and duck eggs
    • from our own free range and organically fed chickens and ducks. Highly rated by our customers, and usually we have a full order book.
    • free range duck and chicken eggs from Clayton’s at Romsey
  • organic flour from Shipton Mill (Gloucestershire)
  • Cheese from Lyburn Farm in the New Forest
  • milk refills from Dorset Dairy
  • Hampshire oil and dressings
  • jams, pickles and preserves
  • hand made soap – from Southampton
  • refill detergents – bring your own bottles and refill the range of household cleaning products from SESI – ethical and environmental.
  • split logs – mix of seasoned soft and hardwood for £7/sack.
  • Swedish candles (£12) – a great patio heater/lighter for your outdoor gatherings

Grow your own

We have a variety of bedding and pot plants/flowers including geraniums, iris, lily, hazel. For example we have some vigorous day lily plants for sale right now at £3 each. They will last for many years and produce vibrant orange flowers that last a day and can be eaten (the only edible lily flower we know of). Once established they spread well and make a lovely edible addition to your garden.

Image by : By Fan Wen – Own work
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