In general, we look for vibrant and unique seed varieties, including both heirlooms and experimental cross-breeds. We choose the crops that excite and intrigue us, both in look and flavor. Below is a general list of the types of products we grow, raise, and sell, but you can also shoot us an email to talk specifics or let us know if there are any small-scale specialty crops you’re interested in us providing. 


We’re big on berries. In 2018, we partnered with Van Leeuwen on a “harvest special” ice cream flavor called Blackberry Danish, which featured our holy basil and best-of-the-best blackberries. We also cultivate blueberries and red, black, gold, and double gold raspberries, all exquisitely tangy and sweet.


Our multicolored chicken eggs are truly free-range — stop by for a farm visit, and you'll see some of our hens roaming around the front yard. Thanks to the birds' rich diet of foraged grub and greens, the yolks are richer, more vibrant, and more flavorful than any you'll find in a carton at the store.  As for honey, we harvest it from eight hives that sit right at the edge of our main field.


Every size. Every shape. Every color of the rainbow. We can arrange our cut flowers (like sunflowers, poppies, dahlias, and snap dragons, in addition to ample wildflowers) into all kinds of arrangements for any casual or formal occasion.


From early spring asparagus and peas to late summer tomatoes, autumn beets, and beyond, we grow veggies of all kinds. We also offer a range of greens, like tender mustard greens and custom lettuce mixes. 


We raise organic, grass-fed beef cattle on our fields in collaboration with Amagansett-based Acabonac Farms. We also raise free-range chickens, ducks, geese, and turkeys, and we welcomed our first pigs to the farm in 2019. 


Our herbs and edible flowers include nasturtiums, tulsi, wild bergamot, and more — great for salad toppers, herbal teas, and everything in between.