Tangerini's Spring Street Farm

Tangerini's Spring Street Farm is a 65 acre farm(primarily organic) that is located 25 miles southwest of Boston and southeast of Worcester. We produce about 140+ varieties of vegetables, fruits and cut flowers. Almost all our crops are grown organically with the exception of our IPM sweet corn and apples.

During the season our farm is always open to the public. We have many u-pick opportunities during the season and host many events such as birthday parties, concerts, school and church groups and hayrides. Our products are sold direct to the consumer through our farmstand and CSA. Our 2013 CSA included 300 families. We have many share choices including Spring,Main, EOW(Every Other Week), Winter and Deep Winter Share.

Check our website for information on hours and events happening at the farm.

Listing last updated on Jan 23, 2014

The Boston Globe describes our farm as place where you can "really get your hands dirty". Almost anytime during the summer and fall you can pick whatever is in season. Not just blueberrries and raspberries, but tomatoes, peppers, cherry tomatoes, eggplant and cut flowers to name a few. Call ahead or check our website to see what is available for harvesting.

Season:  Year round

Type:  single farm

Since:  2008

# of Shares:  300

Full Share:  $625/ 20weeks, Every Other Week $365, Spring Share $120, Winter Share $250, Combo Winter and Deep Winter $395, Flower Share $85 and Market Share(discounted buying program, check website for details.)

Work Req?  No

Schedule and Location:

Natick Summer Market, Natick Common (Rt.135/27)- May- November,Saturday 9a.m.- 1:00p.m.

Schedule and Location:

We have a wide variety of fruits and vegetables you can pick. Please check the Harvest Schedule on our website or call the farm.

Schedule and Location:

Summer our 9a.m. to 9p.m.
Ice Cream - noon to 9p.m.

Whole opportunities are also available in the winter months.

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A little gem in Millis....beautiful peace of land with a very quaint farmstand. U-pick blueberries were plentiful although the raspberries were in short supply.... [more]

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