2021 Annual Seedling Sale
Preordering and In Person Shopping!
This year we are offering both preordering seedlings for on farm pickup and in person shopping on the farm and at market.
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Order Online: Sunday, April 18 – Monday, May 10 / Pickup On Farm: Saturday, May 15 and Sunday, May 16.
Preorder seedlings through our online store starting Sunday, April 18th at noon. Preorder seedling pickup will be on farm by appointment on Saturday, May 15 and Sunday, May 16. Pickup appointments will be scheduled at checkout. This year we will be charging a $5 handling fee for all seedling preorders. We are not offering preorder seedlings for market pickup.
In Person Shopping
On Farm By Appointment: Friday, May 21 and Saturday, May 22
We’re (almost) back to our regular seedling sale structure! This year, we will be offering in person shopping by appointment on Friday, May 21 and Saturday, May 22. You will be able to schedule appointments online through our website or by phone starting April 18.
Farmers Market Seedling Sale
We will have seedlings available for in person shopping at our farmers market booths. We will not be offering preordering of seedlings for market pickup. We will be back (with seedlings and produce!) at the Cold Spring Farmer’s Market on Saturday, May 29 and at the Woodstock Farmer’s Market on Wednesday, May 26. If you would like to have seedlings before the last week of May, please preorder for on farm pick up or make an appointment to shop at the farm.
Are you a gardener looking for quality heirloom vegetable transplants for your backyard garden? Look no further! We grow a large selection of organic, heirloom tomatoes, peppers, summer and winter squash, cucumbers, kale, chard, onions, and broccoli and more.
Why buy seedlings from Four Winds Farm? Our seedlings grow in an active growing medium prepared from compost made from our livestock’s manure, rather than a chemically-fortified sterile soil-less mix, as is the case with most seedlings found in garden shops. Compost heats our greenhouse, not fossil fuel. Roof-top solar panels provide all our electricity. Most of our seedlings are heirloom or open-pollinated varieties, varieties you can’t find elsewhere. We grow these heirloom varieties because they taste better than most modern hybrids, and because they do well in backyard gardens and small farms like ours. In addition, we purchase our seeds from small, independent seed companies. Our seedlings are CERTIFIED ORGANIC by NOFA-NY Certified Organic, LLC.