Hemingway Farms began in 2002
We purchased the 90 acre property in 2002. Our land has historically been used for farming for many decades, from the Potters dairy farm in the 1950’s, the Deabill’s Four Seasons vegetable farm in the 1970’s and Peachblow Farms II ornamentals and greenhouses in the 1990’s. Both of us grew up in the farming industry, mainly dairy, and had worked in other professions as well (environmental engineering for Amy and managing cafes/bars for Chris). When the property became available we decided to pursue our farming interests again. We sell our vegetables and berries at our farmstand, through our CSA and also to area stores, coops, restaurants and distributors.
Since purchasing our farm, we have expanded many times to our current operation which comprises 6 ornamental plant greenhouses where we grow tropical plants, succulents, annual and bedding plants, herbs and perennials for retail sale at our farmstand. We grow several acres of strawberries, blueberries and raspberries, as well as 20 plus acres of vegetables. Nine high tunnel greenhouses help us extend the vegetable production season, namely for tomatoes and greens. At our farmstand we sell our own produce and plants as well as meats, cheeses, dairy and breads from nearby producers. We are fortunate to have a great farm crew, many of which have been with us for years.
The best time to apply for a job on our farm is in the winter months. We may have additional openings throughout the season. If you are outgoing, self-motivated and have an eye for detail, we want to hear from you.
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Please feel free to contact us any time
1815 Claremont Road (Rt. 12)
Charlestown, NH 03603
We will be open everyday from April 18th until Halloween and from November 23rd until December 15th.
Weekdays – 10:00am – 6pm
Weekends – 10:00am – 5pm
“Excellent place to buy hardy plants that are acclimated to our zone. The plants are of amazing quality and are fairly priced. Highly recommend. Great selection too.” –Melissa P.