At Geneva Springs Farm we grow a variety of heirlooms as well as specialty hybrids. If you've ever wanted to taste a yellow sweet potato, chocolate bell pepper, white tomato or yellow watermelon, these are just a few of the varieties we offer throughout our growing season.
Our Farm was established to help those interested in farming and self- sufficiency. It is our goal to increase the number of farmers by establishing relationships with various individuals and groups.
We provide plants, seeds and information to individuals and groups interested in farming and promoting the independence farming can provide.
We also work to provide information about new and different methods of farming including raised beds, hydroponics, hanging baskets and buckets which can be used by potential farmers with space limitations, in an urban setting, with physical limitations, and those interested in heirloom and different varieties of plants.
SEEDS AND SEEDLINGS
Geneva Springs Farm has partnered with Seed Savers and Baker Creek Seeds to offer a select variety of their seeds on site at the farm and at various farmers markets and other events in which we will be participating.
We are already planning our spring crops for 2023. In addition to our usual pepper plants, we plant to introduce varieties of tomatoes, eggplant, okra, cucumbers and watermelon. We will also offer sweet potato slips.
Keep checking the site for further updates.
Geneva Springs Farm is home to a
variety of peppers. Currently, there are over 100 varieties in production with more to come. In addition to the peppers, we will be planting collards, cucumbers, eggplant, melons, mustards, okra, tomatoes, and watermelon.
Plants from the dwarf tomato project will be available for those who have a small amount of space or want to try container gardening.
Micro tomatoes and pepper will be a great addition to those wanting to have fresh produce who have limited or no outdoor space