Vendor(s): Andy and Cindy Terauds
Telephone Number:
613.836.2613
Payment Methods:
cash, cheque
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Product Type:
Produce & Plants

Products:

60 different fruits & vegetables including 850 varieties from our fields & greenhouses. Unusual plants, pots, baskets, popcorn, preserves, vinegars, powder rubs & baking using our own products.

About Acorn Creek Garden Farm

We Grow Flavour
Since 1978, we have been growing the best tasting produce form over 3600 varieties we have tried. They are personally hand picked “at their peak”. Every year, with 60 different fruits & vegetables (including 850 varieties from our fields & greenhouses) plus bedding plants that do well in our area, popcorn, “Naturally Cindy’s” preserves, vinegars and powder rubs made on farm, there is a lot to choose from. All crops are grown on our tile drained farm on Carp clay-loam soil with trickle irrigation using sustainable agricultural practices.   From artichoke to zucchini blossoms, we grow it all.

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