We sell fruit, vegetables, herbs, plants and our own apple juice and chutney from our site in Hixberry Lane, St Albans (AL4 0TZ).
The site is open from 9.30am to 3.00pm Monday – Friday.
A display board of current produce can be viewed in the Warren. Please make yourself known to staff when you arrive on site. Please be patient as we may be elsewhere on the site.
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. (List updated 03/04/2017)
- Mustard leaves
- Swiss Chard
- Lettuce leaves
- Spring onions
- Cut herbs
- Ornamental and veg plants
- Crafts – bug boxes, wooden games, knitted items, painted pots
- Willow obelisk plant supports
We have our own hive back in operation this year in our newly landscaped bee garden! We are giving them time to settle in and any honey for sale this year will be local honey from our supporters. All the fruit, vegetables, herbs and most plants are grown on our site by trainees and volunteers. The produce is seasonal and it is cultivated using organic and permaculture principles.
Our apple juice is made from the fruit harvested from our orchard. Our chutney is made from the abundance of produce available in the autumn. Most importantly, they are all delicious!
In most cases, we will harvest produce as needed so customers have the chance to pick out what they want and it is as fresh as possible.
We also sell fruit, vegetables, plants and crafts at the St Albans Farmers’ Market which is held on the second Sunday of every month. Our stall can be found opposite the café in the Old Town Hall. Please refer to the Farmer’s Market and Events Calendar sections of the website for more information and the dates of future Farmers’ Markets.