Plants give us hope.

Covid-19 Update

Our hearts and souls are extremely saddened by the realization that the Covid-19 climate is going to change the way our farm runs this year.  Although we have been planning for a "normal" year since last December when we ordered seeds and plants, we know we can not move forward as we once thought with the restrictions in place. We do plan on opening for plant sales in May. Please note that our 2020 Farm Membership program is changing. We are not going forward with the program as scheduled. IF YOU HAVE ALREADY SIGNED UP AS A MEMBER, YOU WILL BE RECEIVING A FULL REFUND. More details found here

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Employee Spotlight: Meet Beth

Beth Wimett is our greenhouse manager extraordinaire! With almost 20 years of farming here at Wood's Market Garden, Beth has deep roots. She pours her heart and soul into every flower and veggie start we grow and is a wealth of knowledge. Her presence at the farm brings us all a small sense of peace knowing "Beth will have the answer". We can't thank her enough for her dedication to the farm and her meticulous "mothering" of our beautiful and healthy plants from seed to harvest. 

Wood’s Market Garden is a small family farm and seasonal market nestled in the quaint town of Brandon, Vermont. Our fields have been producing fresh food for the greater Brandon community for nearly 100 years.

Our farm consists of 150 acres of Vermont farmland and woods. Known far and wide for our delicious sweet corn and strawberries, we also grow over 50 varieties of vegetables and fruits on 60 acres of sandy loam soils. Alongside our field production, we also nurture 7 greenhouses full of bedding plants, ornamentals, organic vegetable starts and the tastiest early tomatoes in the state! We are proud to offer customers a unique variety of quality plants and our own organic produce throughout the spring and summer months.