Seed Order 2021

Even though the fields are covered with snow and summer feels like a long way off, this is the season for seed orders. This is by far the most difficult year we have experienced in ordering seeds. Many varieties we typically grow were unavailable from our regular distributor, others are backordered. We ended up placing…

Getting Hungry?

Field work has been going non-stop for the past few weeks, getting soil ready, seeding, watering and transplanting. It is shaping up to be a great year as crops begin to take root. It has been a dry spring, but the irrigation system is keeping up and seeds are germinating with out too much extra…

2015 Seed Order Placed!

We have now placed our seed order for this year’s growing season. The following is a list of new crops that we will be trialing this coming year. Many of these crops are new to us, and may be challenging for us to grow. We’ll see! Brussels Sprouts Eggplant Fennel Yellow and Purple Slicing Tomatoes…

Spring Seedlings

UPDATE: Thank you to all who supported us by purchasing seedlings for your gardens. We look forward to offering more seedlings next year and having them for an longer period of time. Abundance Acres Farm now has a limited amount of potted Tomatoes, Peppers, Cabbages, Broccoli and Cauliflower for sale. Plants are available in four-packs…

Planting Time!

As much as we love snow, we were very eager to see it leave and the bare ground appear. The promise of spring is everywhere as bulbs of various kinds sprout. Bulbs of our own (Garlic) that we planted last fall is already showing its leaves. The ground is still wet, but we were very…

New Life

Planting seeds in the middle of February, while the snow is several feet deep and the promise of spring seems distant, is an act of faith. In general, scattering precious seeds onto bare soil at any time, is a deed of surrender. The seeds may or may not germinate. The work and money invested into…

2014 Seed Order

We recently placed our seed order for the coming season! After several nights looking through a catalog we selected almost 50 varieties of vegetables. Below is a list of the vegetables we will be planting. Contact us if you would like more information on the varieties of each vegetable we will be growing! Bush Beans…