Our farmstand offers the harvested vegetables, greens and berries that we grow, plus products from local artisans, farms and businesses. We are open April 13th through November 5th and then November 12-27 for Holiday items.
Visit our Farmstand
Inside the Hemingway Farms store, you will find our harvest offerings for all the vegetables, greens and berries that we grow. We also sell quality fruit from area orchards, as well as, Shitake mushrooms from Bascom Farms, meats from St. Pierre Farm, regional milk (McNamara Dairy) and cheeses (Grafton Village, Maplebrook Mozzarella, Shailey Hill Farm, and Vermont Creamery). We sell the best pesto you will eat from Vegetaball’s Pesto in Claremont. Regional bakeries (Orchard Hill Breadworks, Grandma Miller’s Pies & Pastries and Heritage Deli Biscuits & Whoopie Pies, Stars & Stripes Confections) supply us with delectable snacks, breads, pies and pastries.
Our sun room area contains houseplants, succulents and interior garden plants. Throughout the farm stand you will find colorful pottery, planters, tins and bird baths. We are proud to carry selections from local artisans including functional and creative stoneware by Marthe Dyner, exquisite ceramic tile mirrors and garden stakes by Cindy Ehlenfeldt and cheese and cutting boards from Shaw’s Woodworking. In late November our farm stand is decorated with fresh balsam wreaths, kissing balls and colorful poinsettias. Please note: we will not be selling Christmas trees this year.
Our own honey is available throughout the year as we maintain 20+ hives on our farm. Maple syrup from Dustin’s Sugarhouse and Mac’s Maple is always popular. Pickled asparagus, dilly beans and jams are available throughout the year.