Here it is the first of August. Gardens are flourishing even after being flooded out 2 times this spring. The heirloom tomatoes are coming on strong as are the rest of our organic vegetables. Stop by for a visit we are located two miles north of Chain O'Lakes State Park. Our "Veggie Bin" Farm Store is open 9am - 6pm daily. Farm fresh eggs, homemade goodies as well as granolas, raw honey from our farm and lots more. Golf cart tours available daily. Seasonal vegetables available by the piece, pound or bushel. Farm tours, educational programs and vegetable delivery programs available. Stop in to see where you can delight in "flavorful, organic, good food" .

Listing last updated on Jul 31, 2019


Don't forget we are listed as a farm tour location- for large or small groups. Come and enjoy heirloom corns made into cornmeal, flours or noodles. Grower of over 106 varieties of organic dry soup beans and flavorful organic tomatoes of which many are heirloom varieties and highlighted during our Tomato Tasting Festival in August. (CANCELLED this year due to extreme spring weather) For those of you wanting to learn about gardening come and visit we have lots to share.


Season:  June through September

Type:  single farm

Since:  2013

Share Prices:  $300/season small basket only

Work Req?  No


Schedule and Location:

The Veggie Bin Farm Store
1165 N - 75 E
Albion, IN 46701

7 days per week 9am - 6pm









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You have organic veggies, gluten free noodles and wraps and fresh eggs. Be glad to come and make purchases in season. Thank you.I forgot herbs


I was in IN visiting family and looking for rhubarb when I heard about DeCamp Garden so went out to see if they might still have some fresh, even though it had gotten cold up there.... [more]


DeCamp Gardens near Albion, Indiana has some of the most luscious tasting produce one can buy. In recent weeks we have purchased green beans, onions (wonderful), tomatoes of different varieties, kale and various other veggies.... [more]

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