Farms Selling Rhubarb

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Bloomers

  • 12776 – 256th Street, Maple Ridge
  • 604.724.3286 or 604.788.2855

Come and 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. For fresh flowers, vegetables and pickling … Continue reading

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Croft Produce

  • 29750 Dewdney Trunk Road, Mission BC
  • 604.308.2065

We grow a wonderful selection of vegetables using natural farming; no pesticides, only non-GMO seeds. A sustainable farm grown with love for the environment, so we all eat healthy. Red Russian garlic, runner beans, salad mix, tomatoes, herbs, peas, squash, … Continue reading

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Glorious Organics Co-operative

We grow organic salad mix, vegetables, culinary herbs, edible and cut flowers and some fruit. You can find us at the Kitsilano, Trout Lake (East Van), and White Rock Farmers Markets at the Organic Farm Connection stall. Check our website … Continue reading

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Matsqui Blue Farms

Matsqui Blue Farms in the Fraser Valley beneath Sumas Mountain has been farming since 1948. At present, producing heritage varieties of blueberries that are rarely found anywhere else. Being one of the first “Certified Organic” blueberry farms, we take great … Continue reading

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Nature’s Pickin’s Market

With the back drop of Mount Baker, Nature’s Pickin’s Market is surrounded by fields of blueberries, blackberries, and the fall harvest of pumpkins, gourds and so much more. Neighbours like goats on the roof and the EcoDairy in partnership with … Continue reading

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U-Grow Organic Community Gardens

U-Grow Community Gardens invite beginner or experienced gardeners of any age to come grow an organic vegetable or flower garden in the fertile soil on our certified organic heritage farm. We have a beautiful, quiet location 5 minutes from Fort … Continue reading

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Wisbey Veggies

  • 40326 No. 3 Road, Abbotsford BC
  • 604.823.6772
  • 604.823.4619

Despite a fire destroying our produce barn at the beginning of the 2015 season, a small kiosk and storage container will be operated for the sale of our own home grown vegetables. Our potatoes, root crops, sweet corn, cauliflower, cabbage, … Continue reading