HUTCHINSON FARM - 6202 Walkers Line - Burlington, Ontario
---What it truly means to be local!---
Winter

LATEST UPDATE:
Jan 6, 2020


Hours:
Closed.
Regular hours return in May 2021!


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Squash
Beets
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Coming Soon:

Winter

Returning Next Year:
Annuals
Perennials
Herbs
Tomato Plants
Planters
Hanging Baskets and Pouches
Asparagus
Rhubarb
Garlic Scapes
Peas
Strawberries
Beets
Beans
Raspberries
Black Raspberries
Black Currants
Red & White Currants
Tomatoes
Melons

Cucumbers (slicers)
Salanova Lettuce
Onions
Shallots
Zucchini
Zucchini blossoms
Watermelon
Garlic
Gourds
Leeks
Pumpkins
Squash
Gourds Corn Stalks





 

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Getting Ready!

We're looking forward to next year, the planning is done, the orders are submitted, early indoors planting starts mid January. Before you know it we'll be open May 1st
with annuals and perennials!

Seed Packets
Still available!

H
oney and straw bales available all year.

Because we're closed, please email or phone to make arrangements for pick-up. Payment by cash as our sales equipment is tidied away.

thefarmer@hutchinsonfarm.ca
905-335-2515
Honey
The Team
The 5 Amigos of 2020.
Rafael, Ricardo G., Ricardo U., Marco aka Bruce, and yours truly on the right.
This farm doesn't happen without you, thanks for all your hard work, and a wonderful season. We'll be back next spring :-)
The
                              team
Thank-you Rafael!
Rafael has returned to Mexico for the final time! Thank you for 32 wonderful years, enjoy your retirement, and I'll see you when I visit you in Mexico!
Rafael
Greenhouses open Saturday May 1 2021!
Assuming "you know what" is still around, we'll be using the same appointment system we used in the spring of 2020 -it worked great. We'll open up the sign-ups in April.

In 2020 we were busy selling flowers as soon as we opened. We expect to be just as busy this year, and expect to sell out early once again. Many of you will buy your flowers before it is safe to plant, here's our guide to safe keeping: It's too Soon to Plant






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