Plants for Order
We are now accepting orders for our vegetable garden and flower plants!

These are to be picked up at the farm located at 1345 Levac Road in Cache Bay, Ontario on:
Saturday, June 6, 2020, and
Saturday, June 13, 2020

from 10h00 to 14h00.

The potting soil mix is certified organic and the seeds are from certified organic and/or heirloom where possible.

All varieties were chosen based on northern hardiness, and most have been tried successfully on the farm in the past.

All plants are $3 each or 15 plants for $37 ($8 discount) plus HST.

All supplies have their price noted next to them. HST is added after the price.

***TO ORDER***
Fill out this form with your contact information, the type and amount of plants you'd like for each variety, and confirm that you can come pick up the plants at the pre-determined date and location.

An invoice with total HST will be sent closer to the date of the pick up.

Payment will be received the day of the pick up by cash or cheque. You may also pay using an e-transfer provided it is set up ahead of time (please contact us directly at info@fieldgoodfarms.ca if you choose to pay via e-transfer).
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- PLANTS FOR SALE -
All plants have been started with certified organic potting mix.
BROCCOLI
A for advanced. May require use of insect netting (especially if there are canola crops grown around you).
Blue Wind F1
Extra early heads are medium sized, blue-green with small, attractive beads. 49 days to maturity.
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CABBAGE
A for advanced. May require use of insect netting (especially if there are canola crops grown around you).
Red Express
The quickest cabbage to maturity, perfect for the northeast. We've been growing it for 8 years with good results. Great small size - you can use the whole thing in one recipe!
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CAULIFLOWER
A for advanced. May require use of insect netting (especially if there are canola crops grown around you).
Veronica
A romanesco cauliflower which is both beautiful and sweet.
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SWISS CHARD
B for beginner.
Rainbow Chard
A gorgeous chard mix that, if harvested sparingly, can last all summer and into fall.
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CUCUMBERS
B for beginner.
Diva F1
Diva produces sweet, bitter-free, and seedless cukes. A beit alpha type. Use drop down menu to select number of plants you would like.
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Marketmore
8-9" Long, slender, dark green cucumbers. The standard for slicing cucumbers in the North. Use drop down menu to select number of plants you would like.
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Poona Kheera
Productive gourmet variety from India with golden skin and sweet, juicy, crisp texture in a 4-5" fruit. Flavour is best when harvested as rosy blush begins.
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Mexican Sour Gherkins
A unique 1" long fruit that look like miniature watermelons and taste like cucumbers with a tang. Vines start growing slowly but can get up to 10' long so trellising is recommended. Can be eaten fresh or pickled. Not high yielding.
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Sumter
Popular for pickling. Vines produce blocky, slightly tapered, medium-green cucumbers with white spines. Use drop down menu to select number of plants you would like.
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Salt & Pepper
White-skinned 3-5" pickling cucumber with powdery mildew resistance and intermediate resistance to angular leaf spot and powdery mildew.
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H-19 Little Leaf
*New in 2020* Pickling cucumber with small leaves which makes it easier to spot the pickling cuke underneath.
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EGGPLANT
B for beginner
Traviata F1
Produces deep purple, classic, 6", half long shaped fruits that don't go as bitter as other eggplants when they get too big.
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FLOWERS
The following three varieties of flowers are those we use in our gardens as an intercrop to keep insect pests away and beneficials near.

B for beginner
Celosia - Tornado Red
Loose, large cockscombs with many side shoots in the desirable shade of velvety Magenta. It can be grown in a container or in the garden. Celosia flowers attract bees and other pollinators. Planted near a vegetable garden, it will also help ensure pollination and fruit set on the vegetable plants.
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Cosmos - Sonata Mixed
Premium Grade. A dwarf-free flowering variety. Cosmos attract bees and other friendly pollinators. As a result, fruit set is increased for tomatoes, squash and many other blooming vegetables.
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Marigold - Garland Orange
Deep orange, very double blooms with long sturdy stems. The strong scent of marigolds may be the reason they are such amazing helpers in the garden; simply put, their scent masks the scent of your vegetables.
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Zinnia - Oklahoma Mix
Improved medium sized dahlia flowered mix. These flowers seem to attract butterflies, we saw many more in the areas where the zinnias were planted.
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GROUND CHERRY (or HUSK CHERRY)
Must order at least two plants grown next to each other for the plant to produce.

B for beginner
Goldie
1/2-3/4" sweet golden berries inside papery husks. Fruits drop when ripe. Can be eaten raw, dried, or in baked goods. Use drop down menu to select number of plants you would like.
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HERBS
A great addition to any garden, herbs can be part of companion planting. Try putting basil next to tomato plants, for instance.

B for beginner
Basil - Genovese (Eleonora)
Italian variety with authentic flavour and appearance. Tall and relatively slow to bolt with large dark-green leaves about 3" long. Use the flowers in any recipe that calls for basil, or to garnish drinks, salads, soups, pasta, and desserts.
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Dill - Bouquet
Good seed and leaf yields. Early-flowering plants produce large blooms on long stems. The flowers and leaves are used to garnish potato salad, green salads, and pickles.
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Parsley - Wega
A uniform curly parsley that stands upright. Dark green leaves with mild flavour makes it good for both fresh eating and processing. Versatile and well-suited to containers as well as garden production.
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Thyme
Good flavour and yield. Classic culinary and ornamental herb. Small, round to needle-shaped evergreen leaves on woody stems. Versatile and well-suited to containers as well as garden production.
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KALE
Unlike other brassicas, kale doesn't form a head, which means that it can give more than one crop off of one planting. Keep harvesting from the bottom up, taking only the bigger leaves. With good fertility in the soil, you should be able to have 3 harvests, after which point you can "top" the kale and consume the tiny tender leaves that come out last.

B for beginner, but better if you use insect netting to keep pests out. Once planted, likes the cold.
Darkibor F1
A stout and sturdy kale, with a tight curl and medium-green colour. The best kale we've ever grown on the farm for production. Plant during the colder seasons for optimal taste and performance.
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Red Russian
*New in 2020* Heirloom with leaves that are flat, toothed, grey-green leaves with purple stems.
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LETTUCE
Head lettuce is a real treat. As opposed to leaf lettuce, you harvest the whole thing. An order represents two heads of lettuces in one pot which should be separated with care during transplant.

B for beginner.
Mirlo
*New in 2020* Very large pale, green butterhead with luxurious appearance and excellent disease resistance. Boston-type.
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Parris Island
Fast-growing multi-purpose lettuce for baby leaf or full size heads. Baby leaves size up quickly for salad mixes. Medium-slow to bolt, resists tipburn a bit better than other Cos/romaines.
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Lovelock
Bright green leaves with deep red on the leaf margins. The only lettuce our farm trusts for the middle of the summer growing. Disease resistances include downy mildew and lettuce mosaic virus.
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MELON
A for advanced because it needs a lot of fertility and a nice warm spot to ripen. That being said, I've seen beginner gardeners succeed with little knowledge and lots of fertilizer.
Arava F1
A reliable producer year after year and always a favourite. Honeydew-type with a fragrant green flesh when ripe.
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Charentais
*New in 2020* French heirloom melon. Light grey-green skin, smooth round 2-to 3-lb fruit, sweet bright orange flesh.
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Divergent F1
Vigorous and quick to mature, Divergent ripens well ahead of much of its size class with strong yields of medium round fruit.
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ONIONS
One order represents three onion plants in one pot. You can plant them as is or separate them, the yield won't change too much.

B for beginner.
Ailsa Craig
*New in 2020* Globe-shaped and solid. Large straw-colored onions with small necks average 2 pounds. Best for fresh use, not extended storage.
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Cortland
*New in 2020* Yellow storage onion. Large, blocky-round, uniform onions with thin necks that will dry well. Very hard with a thick, rich brown skin for good storability.
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Parade
*New in 2020* Organic bunching onion. Parade has bright white shanks with no bulbing, and dark green, erect foliage. We've been growing this variety since 2012 and have found it to be very consistent and uniform.
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SWEET PEPPER
B for beginner
Ajvarski
Said to be an outstanding roasting pepper from eastern Macedonia. Two-foot, stocky plants are covered in 6- to 7-inch, broadly wedge-shaped pods that ripen green to red. Use drop down menu to select number of plants you would like.
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Antohi Romanian
Smooth, 4" long by 2" wide, tapered, pointed fruits are pale yellow and ripen red. The upright plants have good branch strength and yield early. Use drop down menu to select number of plants you would like.
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Lipstick
A delicious pepper with 4” long tapered, pimiento type fruit that is super sweet. A flavourful pepper with thick, red flesh that ripens well in the North.
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King of the North
The most reliable bell pepper for northern climates. Plants bear heavy yields of huge, blocky, 6 inch fruits with juicy, thick walls and fantastic, sweet flavour. Use drop down menu to select number of plants you would like.
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Violet Sparkle
A Pointed, wedge-shaped purple streaked pepper with pale yellow. Ripens red. Very lovely and delicious, sweet, crisp and thick-walled. Use drop down menu to select number of plants you would like.
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Mira
Super-early Polish variety yields very large, very thick-walled fruit, crisp, sweet and mild. The colour is unlike anything we've ever grown; it starts very pale cream, ripening to bright red. The smooth, sleek fruit is bullet-shaped, to almost a perfect wedge, very wide at the shoulder. Compact plants are an especially good in container growing.
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HOT PEPPER
B for beginner.
Numex Joe E Parker
Medium-tall plant. The most productive traditional Anaheim type. Uniform fruits avg. 6-7" x 2". Use drop down menu to select number of plants you would like.
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Red Flame
*New in 2020* Cayenne with good yield.
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Early Jalapeño
The earliest to ripen! Corking tell you that they are hot and ready to pick. Use drop down menu to select number of plants you would like.
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Magnum
Typical habanero with a bright orange colour when ripe. Use drop down menu to select number of plants you would like.
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Ancho Poblano
Mild chili perfect for stuffing or dried for powder or winter use. Stout dark green 4-6" fruits are moderately spicy with medium-thick walls. Well adapted variety which provide good yields in cool conditions.
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TOMATO
B for beginner.
Blush
Elongated artisan variety widely sought for its exceptionally sweet, tropical flavour. Slightly bigger than a typical grape tomato. Indeterminate.
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Cosmonaut Volkov
Heirloom variety originating in Ukraine. A good general purpose tomato which can be as good in sauce as it is on a sandwich. Indeterminate.
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Country Taste
Early maturing plant produces high yields of large deep red beefsteak tomatoes. Favoured by home gardeners. Indeterminate.
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Black Krim
*New in 2020* Hardy 8 oz flattened globe fruits that are dark reddish-purple to black with green/brown shoulders.
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Japanese Black Trifele
Attractive tomatoes are the shape and size of a Bartlett pear with a beautiful purplish-brick colour. Adds a beautiful smokey undertones to fresh-tomato dishes, such as salsa fresca. Indeterminate.
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Purple Russian
*New in 2020* Ukrainian heirloom that produces 5 to 7 oz purplish-red plum tomatoes.
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Woodle Orange
Medium, round, smooth fruit are nearly perfect in shape, being a brilliant tangerine colour. Yellow and orange tomatoes tend to not be as acidic than their red counterparts. Indeterminate.
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CHERRY TOMATO
Bing
Fruity and sweet with perfectly balanced acid, in clusters of 1" fruit. Favoured amongst foodies for its taste. Indeterminate.
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Black Vernissage
A Ukrainian variety that makes gorgeous 2 oz. black salad tomatoes. Beautiful and delicious.
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Esterina
Golden cherry tomato with improved crack resistance and massive yields. Flavour is very sweet, but well balanced with a tangy kick. Indeterminate.
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Jasper
Crack resistant fruits have a sweet rich flavour which makes it an AAS winner. Multiple disease resistance. Indeterminate.
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PASTE TOMATO
San Marzano
San Marzano tomato is famous for its plum-type fruit and sweet flavour. Use San Marzano tomatoes for canning, freezing whole or in pasta sauces. Indeterminate.
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TOMATILLO
Toma Verde
Early-maturing, large, flat-round green fruits used for salsa. Use drop down menu to select number of plants you would like.
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SUMMER SQUASH
Dunja
A high yielder of dark-green, straight zucchinis. Use drop down menu to select number of plants you would like.
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Goldy
Long, slender fruits with bright yellow skin, white flesh and contrasting green stems. Open habit with few spines makes harvesting easy. Heavy yields with a high percentage of uniform fruit, great for making zucchini noodles. Powdery mildew tolerant. Harvest at 8-10".
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Lemon Squash
The shape, size and colour of a lemon, it is very tasty and great fried. A favourite amongst gardeners.
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Early Golden Crookneck
Meaty fruits with bright yellow skin and small crook-neck. Use drop down menu to select number of plants you would like.
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Ronde de Nice
A delicious French heirloom variety. The flesh of this round, green zucchini is very tender and sweet. Use drop down menu to select number of plants you would like.
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WINTER SQUASH
Butterscotch PMR F1
Abundantly sweet flavoured mini 1-2 lb fruits. Likes to vine out so give it lots of space or plant it on the edge of a garden and give it free reign over the lawn.
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Delicata JS Strain
Very uniform, open-pollinated strain, selected for sweet fruits. Vines out, but needs a bit less room than other vine-types.
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Sweet Dumpling
Small teacup-shaped fruits average 3/4-1 lb. Has the colour and stripes of a Delicata, but in a round shape. Semi-vined, so does not need as much space as other vine-types. Yielding 5-7 fruits per plant in good conditions.
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Sweet REBA
Resistant Early Bush Acorn (REBA) produces five or six 1-2 lb dark green, acorn-type fruit on a compact plant with a classic acorn taste. Use drop down menu to select number of plants you would like.
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Havana F1 - SOLD OUT
This midsize 3-4 lb butternut holds well in storage, maintaining both texture and flavour. Intermediate resistance to powdery mildew and zucchini yellow mosaic virus. Semi-vining so requires more space than bush types but less than traditional vining types.
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Spaghetti
Standard open pollinated variety. Produces constant yields of 4-5lb pale yellow coloured fruits with yellow flesh. Great for roasting, stuffed with mushrooms and other decadent things. Large vigorous vine so give it lots of space.
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Kikuza
*New in 2020* Small, tan-coloured japanese pumpkin that is sweet and dry.
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PUMPKIN
A for advanced. Needs lots of space and fertility.
Dill's Atlantic Giant
Produce the world's biggest pumpkin. Great as a porch decoration during the fall. Give it lots of space, ours took over part of our field. Need to prune out all but one if you want a giant like in Dill's photo.
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Rival PMR
A round, medium-sized jack-o'-lantern type with intermediate resistance to powdery mildew. Medium length vines produce deep orange pumpkins weighing an average of 15-20 lb. Early maturity compared with other medium-sized powdery mildew resistant pumpkin.
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PIE PUMPKIN
Small Sugar
A sweet and delicious heirloom perfect for cooking and pie-making. Use drop down menu to select number of plants you would like.
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WATERMELON
Blacktail Mountain
The earliest watermelons we know of - superb for the north but also grows well in heat and drought. Use drop down menu to select number of plants you would like.
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Garden Supplies
We find that the quality of these supplies, IF found locally, is lacking. For this reason we are glad to make the high-quality professional-grade stuff available to you.

Those taking the garden workshop will also get a pro tip demo for all of these supplies during the 2nd workshop in May.
Floating Row Cover - Novagryl 19 (6 feet wide) $0.50 / foot + HST
Add 2.5 feet to each end to bury the ends properly. Novagryl is a high quality floating row cover composed of 3 superimposed layers of nonwoven fabric and is perfectly uniform. It provides the best thermal effect in the world for a crop protection against cold weather. Easy to reuse. Use of hoops is recommended with sensitive crops or in windy areas. May overheat plants if used during July or August.
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Insect Exclusion Net 6'9" wide $1.50/foot + HST
Soft and light net with very small mesh that protects your plants against insects, birds, small animals, wind, heavy rain, and hail. 6'9" wide, so better for use with smaller crops (radishes, arugula, etc.). Add 2.5 feet to each end to bury properly. Light Transmission: 90 %. Lifespan: 3 seasons.
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Wire Hoops $1.00/hoop + HST
74" in length. Galvanized wire hoops to be used with Row Cover and 6'9" Insect Exclusion Net. Use 1 hoop for every 5 feet of garden to be covered.
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All Natural Garden Mix Fertilizer $10/5 kg bag + HST
5Kg bag. Apply at time of planting at the rate of 3 kg (6.5 lb) per 9 square meters (96.8 Sq feet) and work into the soil.
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Meeker's Compost $7/10 kg bag + HST
10Kg bag. Apply at time of planting at the rate of 10 kg (22 lb) per 4.64 square meters (50 Sq feet) and work into the soil.
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