Barberry Hill Farm

We are a small family farm established 1909 primarily growing cut flowers, fruits, and vegetables. We grow a variety of heirloom tomatoes and hard to find specialty vegetables. We specialize in premier cut flowers sold by the pound or the bouquet. Our farm also has a small flock of sheep, dairy cows, variety of poultry from which orders for eggs and meat can be arranged. We practice sustainable growing techniques using leaf mulch and do not use pesticides, herbicides or fungicides. Our small farm stand is located on US 1 in Madison, Connecticut. We open the season around May 1 for plant sales, seeds, compost and farm loam to help your garden grow. All summer we feature a variety of vegetables and flowers, and close around Halloween after our pumpkins and fall displays are done. We do reopen for a few weeks after thanksgiving for sales of handmade Christmas decorations. .CSA farm shares are available for the season. Contact us for membership in the 2012 season for pick-up at the farm on Tuesday or Thursday afternoons, or in New Haven Saturday mornings.

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Listing last updated on Jan 12, 2014

2013 CSA Shares Now Available

Plants, select seed and farm loam available at the farm beginning May 1

Farmers Markets begin May 1, 2013

Farm stand open 7 days a week,June 1-October 31 and reopens December 1-24 for custom holiday decorations. We specialize in heirloom vegetables and premier cut flowers. See us at weekly farm markets: New Haven and Madison.

Check us out on: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vyUloLnAEO8&feature=player_embedded



Season:  June through September

Type:  single farm

# of Shares:  150

Full Share:  $650/full Share, $450/Summer share and Half Share

1/2 Share:  $450 half share

Work Req?  No


Schedule and Location:

Wed.City Seed, New haven Downtown 11-3
Fri. Madison Town Green,3-6,
Sat. City Seed,Wooster Square 9-1
Sun. City Seed, Westville, 10-2

Schedule and Location:

353 Boston Post Road, Madison, Ct 7 days a week, 9-6

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We go to the farm stand 3-4 times a week for wonderful tomatoes, squash, peppers and other interesting edibles. In addition, the flowers are wonderful, and the pumpkins in fall are fantastic! Always something new and worthwhile.

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