Farms Selling Flowers, Fresh Cut

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Art’s Nursery Garden & Home

Art’s Nursery is one of Metro Vancouver’s largest retail and wholesale garden centres. Family owned and operated for more than 45 years, we pride ourselves on offering high quality plants, friendly expert advice, and providing you with an exceptional gardening … Continue reading

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Bloomers

  • 12776 – 256th Street, Maple Ridge
  • 604.724.3286

Visit our country farm and nursery! We pride ourselves in quality locally grown vegetable plants; vegetables, including pickling cucumbers, garlic, dill and horseradish; basket stuffers, and a variety of beautiful handmade baskets. We take pleasure in growing a variety of … Continue reading

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Campbell’s Gold Honey Farm and Meadery

Campbell’s Gold Honey Farm and Meadery is an agri-tourism business with a country store selling honey wines, many local and B.C. honeys, creamed and flavoured honeys, and beehive products ranging from pollen and propolis to beeswax. Honey wines include traditional … Continue reading

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Dave’s Orchard

  • 5910 - 216 Street, Langley BC
  • 604.534.9979

Tree fruits and vegetables have been grown on our Langley farm for more than 75 years. Apples and pears are our main crops, and we specialize in Gravenstein, Orenco, Northern Spy and Bramley apples and Sierra pears. We also grow … Continue reading

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East Ridge Farms

East Ridge Farms is a micro (1 acre) farm located in east Maple Ridge. We specialize in growing gourmet Red Russian garlic in the form of bulbs, umbel/bulbils, and scapes. We also grow a variety of seasonal vegetables and flowers. … Continue reading

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J. Baird Cattle Co.

We offer ethically raised, hormone free, local beef, which has been dry-aged for 21 to 28 days. We also offer free-range heritage pork, raised in Aldergrove, and local farm fresh eggs. On our farm, we grow Russian red garlic, and … Continue reading

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Pinsch Of Soil Farm

Stop by our farm gate stand and enjoy our natural grown vegetables from salad greens, spinach, radishes in early spring to tomatoes, peppers, kale, cabbage, leeks and much more during the summer and fall. We’re all about growing food in … Continue reading