Buy our produce
Fruit and vegetables grown using organic principles - such as apples, leeks, artichokes, butternut squash, swiss chard, kale, onions, tomatoes, carrots, cucumbers, lettuce...
Herbs and ornamental plants
Our own apple juice made from the apples we harvest in our heritage orchard.
Our own honey made by our bees, which pollinate our produce and apple blossom.
Seasonal crafts: bird and bug boxes, bird tables, willow and dogwood decorations. Our larger crafts are often made to order to take into account different specifications. Please contact us here.
Where to buy
St Albans Farmers' Market:
Find our stall on the St Albans Farmers' Market, second Sunday of every month from 8am to 2pm. Our stall will be outside WH Smith, near the Museum. Volunteers and Earthworkers enjoy talking to visitors at the market and answering questions about Earthworks’ activities and composting, recycling and sustainable living.
Our honesty stall is now closed for the winter.
And look out for our seasonal events throughout the year, when restrictions allow!
All the fruit, vegetables, herbs and most plants are grown on our site by Earthworkers and volunteers. The produce is seasonal and it is cultivated using organic principles. Due to the nature of our site, harvesting patterns and the British weather, we cannot guarantee to have all listed produce available all of the time - and at times we may have more than that listed - so please telephone us ahead of your visit if you require specific produce.