NCOF is a diversified farm, producing a variety of certified- organic crops and products throughout the entire year. NCOF’s crops and products are sold to the public through our market stands and through our member CSAs. We also market to several local florists, grocers, and restaurants.
Vegetables, Herbs, and Small Fruits
Small Fruits (raspberries & blueberries): Summer (see chart)
NCOF grows beautiful tasty certified-organic vegetables, herbs and small fruits year round in its production fields, greenhouses, and hoop houses. Crops are for sale within hours of picking, so that they are fresh as can be.
Wedding and Special Occasion Flowers
Let NCOF help you with flower selections for that special day! Come view our portfolio and see some of the unique and lovely corsages, boutonnieres, bouquets, hairpieces, centerpieces, ceremony arrangements and cake toppers that we’ve created. You provide the glassware and ribbons. Or, if you’d prefer to keep costs down, we'll happily supply you with flowers so you can do your own arranging. Email Mya or call (508) 655-2204, Monday-Friday 8:30 AM- 4:30, for more details and to arrange a consultation.
Specialty Cut Flowers
Cut Flowers Available: Spring, summer, fall (see chart)
NCOF grows high-quality, certified-organic cut annuals, perennials, woody shrubs, and greenery. We are known for our outstanding dahlias, zinnias, and sunflowers. Cut flowers are sold in mixed bouquets and in straight bunch from early June until frost. Bouquets are available to the public at our market stands, through shares at NCOF and through delivered arranged flower share program. We also supply hospital gift shops and restaurants; email us for details and pricing.
Available: Year-round as supplies last
NCOF boils approximately 120 to 250 gallons every February and March from sap collected in buckets hung on sugar maple trees throughout Natick, Dover, Sherborn, and Wellesley. Total annual yield is completely weather dependent. Some years are bountiful while others are busts. NCOF syrup is sold ungraded. Learn about our maple sugaring tours here.
Eggs are sold by the dozen or in whatever quantity the Farm's organically-fed, free-range chickens lay them. Eggs are a hot commodity. We suggest visiting the Farm right at chore time — approximately 9:30 AM and 4:00 PM daily — if you wish to purchase them!
Seedlings - Vegetables, Flowers, Herbs
Available: Spring and summer
High-quality, certified-organic vegetable and flower seedlings from nontreated seeds and, whenever possible, organically raised seeds. Click here for details.
Available: Thanksgiving; pre-order
NCOF raises 150 organically-fed, free-range turkeys each year. $30 is required to reserve a bird. Birds are processed the week before Thanksgiving and available on a designated turkey pick-up day. Click here for details.
Salad Greens & Braising Greens
Available: Fall and winter (greenhouse-grown)
The farm grows a mix of tasty salad greens and braising greens throughout the winter in its passive solar greenhouses. Nothing beats a fresh, locally-grown salad or a warm plate of stir-fried greens on a cold day! Some of the crops in our mesclun mix include curly and broadleaf cress, mizuna, arugula, collards, spinach, endive frizee, sorrel, parsley, kale, and many types of lettuce. Our braising mix features Asian greens, chards, beet greens, pac choi, and mustards. The composition of both mixes change as the season progresses.
All our animals are fed on certified-organic grains and foods, allowed to range on certified organic pastureland, and allowed to eat lots of good vegetables!
Available: Spring, summer and fall
Please see our Farm Animals page for details about rabbit adoption.
Available: While supplies last
Wool from local sheep sold in skeins of beautiful, dyed yarn.