Welcome to our farm
Nestled under the silhouette of Mount Monadnock in the rolling hills of southern New Hampshire, Rosaly’s Garden & Farmstand has been a proud grower of certified organic fruits, vegetables, berries, and herbs for close to 50 years.
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Sow It Begins!
March is here, and with it the start of our 2023 growing season. While snow is still blanketing the ground—reminding us we’re still very much in the midst of winter—our grow room is set up and ready to house an abundance of seedlings over the next couple months. If...
Flowers for your Valentine
Floral bouquets are on the mind for many with Valentine’s Day fast approaching. But instead of the classic dozen red roses or pink carnations, we’re thinking all the way to summer. We’re dreaming of buckets of sunflowers, zinnias, cosmos, celosia, asters, and so many...
Planning for a New Year
Happy New Year! Here at the farm we are busy crop planning, ordering seeds, and getting excited for this coming season. That’s right, this January thaw has us thinking ahead to spring plantings and summer days when the harvest is in full swing. It’s never too early to...
We are proud to be the oldest active certified organic farm in the state of New Hampshire!
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Join us on May 13th at 10am for the start of our 2023 season!
Stay tuned for some exciting pop-up events coming this summer!
Pick Your Own
U-pick blueberries, raspberries, herbs, and flowers. Opening dates coming soon.
A little bit
In 1973, Rosaly Bass started her garden and it just kept getting bigger and bigger. In 1989, after many years of selling wholesale to local stores and restaurants, she became the second certified organic farm in New Hampshire. A year later she opened a farmstand with the dream to bring the philosophy of sustainable, organic farming to her community.
Decades later, this dream to create and preserve local food systems remains as Rosaly’s step-granddaughter, Alex Walker, and Alex’s half-sister, Clover Fiandaca, take the helm with fresh energy and a commitment to creating a space for growth, community, and, of course, good food.