Sunscape Farms

Sunscape Farms is the only farm left on the west side of Penfield, NY! We grow a full selection of fresh vegetables, small fruits, and cut flowers. We also sell flowering plants in the spring.

Sign up for our 2014 CSA! 5 different affordable share options are available. We offer excellent variety and value and guarantee our CSA half and full share members 15-20% off our retail value over the course of the season! Visit www.sunscapefarms.com/csa

More About Us We are a 50-acre sustainable farm just southwest of Irondequoit Bay. We use many organic growing practices and only apply limited low impact conventional methods only when necessary to save a crop. We strive for highest quality and pride ourselves for having some of the best-tasting varieties of produce in the region. Don't take our word for it! Check us out and pick up some of our amazing produce for yourself!

Our Market opens by Mother'ss day with lots of amazing plants and hanging baskets at great prices! and closes by Christmas Eve.

Hours are typically:

10am-7pm Weekdays 9-6 Weekends

You can also find us at the Fairport Farmers Market, Irondequoit Farmers Market, Rochester Public Market and Monroe Village Farmers Market during the summer and fall months.

Visit our website, www.sunscapefarms.com , for more details!

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Listing last updated on Mar 12, 2014

In addition to a huge variety of retail veggies and fruits, Sunscape Farms is also great source for wholesale tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, for freezing and canning. We also retail and wholesale a huge selection of cut flowers.

Join our 2014 CSA! Best quality, variety, and price!



Schedule and Location:

Sunscape Farms 1420 Creek St. Rochester, NY 14625.

Open Daily, 9 - 6 Weekends, 10 - 7 Weekdays.



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My wife and I discovered this farm at the Fairport Farmers Market and were very impressed with how healthy their plants are. I am planting a herb garden this year and 3/4 of the herbs will be from this farm.... [more]

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