Two Pony Gardens

We grow 150+ varieties of large garden dahlias and over 60 varieties of heirloom tomatoes. We sell dahlia & heirloom tomato plants, as well as other heirloom vegetable plants in spring; and cut dahlia flowers and fresh tomatoes from mid-summer until the beginning of October. We use and support sustainable gardening practices.

We also supply many local restaurants with fresh from the vine heirloom tomatoes and cut dahlias for tables.

We sell dahlias by the stem or bucket for weddings and events email us with inquiries.

NEW: Host your event at Two Pony gardens! We offer the space for small weddings, corporate retreats, and artist retreats. Email us for details.

Visit our website to learn more! Sign up for our email list and we'll keep you posted with fun farm events for your friends & family!

Directions: 394 W to 12 W. Exit Hwy 101 N. Left on County Rd 6. Go 2 mi., turn right on Tamarack. Go 1 mi., turn left on Deer Hill Rd. Follow Rd to end (gravel). Call for hours. Flowers (cut), Organic products available, Tomatoes (plants and produce) and vegetable/herb plants.

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Listing last updated on Mar 7, 2012

Tasty heirloom tomatoes and gorgeous dahlias! Fun farm events for the whole family! Check our website for more information and for plant order forms if you're not on our mailing list.



Schedule and Location:

Two Pony Gardens (Long Lake) Tues-Fri (10-5) and some Saturdays (see our website for our on-farm events schedule!) www.twoponygardens.com.
Farm stand has plants for sale in spring and tomatoes/dahlias for sale in mid-late summer.

We do wholesale heirloom tomatoes by the case to local restuarants/markets. (July-Oct)
Dahlias by the stem or by the bucket to local florists/nurseries and restaurants. (Aug-Oct)

Delivery available. Email with inquiries: twoponygardens@gmail.com



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Two Pony Gardens' heirloom varietals are amazing - I never knew tomatoes could have different flavors, from super sweet to sharp and snappy, their annual tomato-tasting is better than a wine tour (hint: there are no ponies at a wine tasting.... [more]

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