Coenthus Americanus, New Jersey Tea

Pickling Cucumbers


Ripening Pumpkin

Zucchini Flower

Sweet Basil

Mixed Lettuces

Sungold Tomato

Brandywine Tomato

Big Tomato

Jalapeno Peppers

Eggplant Flower

Calico Popcorn

A bird enjoys the broom corn


Gonzales Cabbage

Tigerella Tomato



Certified Organic Vegetable Seedlings

Pre-order is complete for 2017. If you've ordered your seedlings already, please come pick them up at the farm. If you haven't ordered, we still have plenty available.

Our address is 730 Borough Road, Pembroke, NH 03275.


From the North or South or West:

  • From I-93, take exit 13, Route 3 south towards Pembroke (Manchester St.)
  • Continue several miles until you hit the light at Route 106.
  • Left on Route 106 and go exactly 1.0 mile to Borough Road (NH Tile Distributors)
  • At 1/10 mile, stay left at the fork.
  • From the fork we are 1.5 miles on your left, red cape, sign out front.
  • If you get to North Pembroke Road you’ve gone too far!

From the East:

  • From Route 4 take Left onto Route 106 (towards Pembroke)
  • You will pass Steeplegate Mall on your right, and go straight through two sets of lights and then straight through one more set of lights after that.
  • Travel 1+ miles and take a LEFT onto Borough road (NH Tile Distributors).
  • At 1/10 mile, stay left at the fork.
  • From the fork we are 1.5 miles on your left, red cape, sign out front.
  • If you get to North Pembroke Road you’ve gone too far!


NEW FOR 2017! The following varieties caught my eye in the depth of winter while I dreamed of exotic dishes in the summer. I haven't put them on the preorder list because I am unsure of what the success rate will be. Come and look for them in the nursery when you pick up your order!

  • Rainbow Lacinato
  • Spacemaster cuke
  • Caucasian Mountain Spinach
  • Lebanese White Bush zucchini, AKA "Kousa"
  • Hon Tsai Flowering Broccoli
  • Rocky Ford Muskmelon
  • Tavor Artichoke
  • Red China Eggplant
  • Tadifi Syrian Eggplant
  • Purple Pac Choi

Ready April 15

Variety Description Price  
Broccoli, Blend Mix of varieties for a long harvest $4 / 6-pak  
Broccoli, Veronica Romanesco Italian heirloom, (designed by the Jetsons) $4 / 6-pak  
Broccoli, Solstice Harvest in June from April planting, uniform and sweet $4 / 6-pak  
Brussels Sprouts, Octia Matures in 78 days. Dense buds. $4 / 6-pak  
Cabbage, Early Jersey Wakefield Classic early conical cabbage $4 / 6-pak  
Cabbage, Kalibos Graceful conical purple cabbage. $4 / 6-pak  
Chard, Bright Lights High in iron. $4 / 6-pak  
Kale, Lacinato Heirloom Italian, AKA Dinosaur Kale $4 / 6-pak  
Kale, Red Russian Two feet tall, purple and wavy $4 / 6-pak  
Kale, Winterbor Giant, productive plants $4 / 6-pak  
Lettuce, Antares Early red loose leaf $4 / 6-pak  
Lettuce, Black Seed Simpson Early productive loose leaf $4 / 6-pak  
Lettuce, Freedom Mix Gourmet mix $4 / 6-pak  
Pac Choi, Shanghai Compact heads, pick young for best taste $4 / 6-pak  
Spinach, Butterflay Pick leaves before heat of summer $4 / 6-pak  

Ready May 1

Basil, Eleanora Productive for pesto, resistant to Powdery Mildew $2 / pot  
Basil, Sacred (Tulsi) Ayurvedic use for skin problems, tea for stress $2 / pot  
Basil, Sweet Thai Clove-licorice flavor, beautiful cut flowers $2 / pot  
Cilantro, Santo Slow bolt Mexican herb $2 / pot  
Dill, Fernleaf Emhasis on the leaves $2 / pot  
Parsley, Dark Green Italian Flat type, best for cooking $2 / pot  
Parsley, Krausa Curled Best eaten raw $2 / pot  

Bean, Maxibel Haricot Vert Extra slender french filet stringless $4 / 6-pak  
Celery, Tango Compact and tastey $4 / 6-pak  
Cucumber, Boothby's Blond Yellow heirloom from Maine $2 / pot  
Cucumber, Little Leaf Pickling Sets pickle-sized fruit without pollination $2 / pot  
Cucumber, Marketmore 76 Classic slicer $2 / pot  
Cucumber, Suhyo Long Burpless Sweet mild burpless flavor $2 / pot  
Eggplant, Black Beauty Classic Italian Type $2 / pot  
Eggplant, Patio Baby Compact for containers, small fruits $5 / quart  
Eggplant, Swallow Long & narrow, reliable for northern gardens $2 / pot  
Pepper, Anaheim Used for chile relenos, savory not hot $2 / pot  
Pepper, Ancho Poblano For Chile Relenos, yields well in cool conditions $2 / pot  
Pepper, Banana Sweet and yellow $2 / pot  
Pepper, Carmen Sweet Horn shaped, thick flesh, fruity flavor $2 / pot  
Pepper, Chinese Five Color Hot Screaming hot in multiple colors $2 / pot  
Pepper, Early Jalapeno Medium spicy, prolific producer $2 / pot  
Pepper, Matchbox Super Chile Hot, 40,000 scoville units. Does well in all conditions & survives as house plant. $2 / pot  
Pepper, Peacework Bell Red when mature, Green before $2 / pot  
Pepper, Ring of Fire Cayenne Hot, hot pepper! $2 / pot  
Pepper, Tangerine Dream Sweet orange long pepper $2 / pot  
Pumpkin, Baby Pam Pie Pie pumpkin with long handles $2 / pot  
Pumpkin, Dill's Atlantic Giant The type used for giant pumpkins $2 / pot  
Pumpkin, Howden Carving Classic Jack-O-Lantern $2 / pot  
Summer Squash, Constata Romanesca Firm nutty zucchini taste $2 / pot  
Summer Squash, Dark Green Zucchini Classic Zuke $2 / pot  
Summer Squash, Early Yellow Crookneck Crooknecks have the best flavor $2 / pot  
Tomatillo, Aunt Molly's Ground Cherry Pineapple Tomatillo $2 / pot  
Tomatillo, Purple Blush Fruity addition to salsas $2 / pot  
Tomato, Aunt Ruby's German Green Ripe when blushed pink with green stripes. $2 / pot  
Tomato, Black Beauty Rich in anthocyanins, earthy flavor $2 / pot  
Tomato, Bloody Butcher Early saladette, a farm favorite $2 / pot  
Tomato, Brad's Atomic Grape Elongated cherries with purple, yellow and green stripes $2 / pot  
Tomato, Brandywine The original heirloom tomato $5 / quart  
Tomato, Costoluto Genovese Deeply ribbed Italian heirloom $2 / pot  
Tomato, Gardener's Sweetheart Heart-shaped cherry $2 / pot  
Tomato, Gilbertie Large paste tomato, Indeterminite $2 / pot  
Tomato, Heinz Determinate Paste Compact paste tomato that ripens all at once $2 / pot  
Tomato, Grandma Mary's Large with few seeds, indeterminate $2 / pot  
Tomato, Koralik Hanging Extremely compact red cherry for containers $5 / quart  
Tomato, Matt's Wild Extremely tiny & flavorful $2 / pot  
Tomato, Pineapple Red and yellow striped, sturdy plant with great taste. $2 / pot  
Tomato, Pink Bekeley Tie-Dye Dramatic slicer with dramatic taste! $2 / pot  
Tomato, Rutgers Old-fashioned utility tomato $2 / pot  
Tomato, Sungold Cherry There is no summer without these $5 / quart  
Tomato, Valencia Orange Sunny orange slicer with few seeds $2 / pot  
Winter Squash, Burgess Buttercup Sweet, rich and dry $2 / pot  
Winter Squash, Burpee's Butterbush As sweet as a yam, 1.5 lb. fruits $2 / pot  
Winter Squash, Carnival Acorn Colorful acorn type $2 / pot  
Winter Squash, Rouge Vif d"Etampes Just like Cinderella's coach! Sweet flesh $2 / pot  
Winter Squash, Spaghetti Low carb alternative for pasta $2 / pot  

Borage Edible flowers, bee magnet, companion plant $2 / pot  
Calendula, Resina The most medicinal variety, yellow and orange $2 / pot  
Cosmos, Sensation Mix Classic pinks and white with some specials added $2 / pot  
Hollyhock, Indian Spring Old fashined biennial $2 / pot  
Love Lies Bleeding Heirloom from Shakespear's time $2 / pot  
Marigold, Court Jester Companion plant to keep pests away $2 / pot  
Nasturtium Mix Combines trailing and bush types $2 / pot  
Petunia, Balcony Mix Beautiful climbing companion plant $2 / pot  
Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera) Treat as houseplant, harvest roots in 3rd year. Adaptogen. $2 / pot  
Astragalus (Astragalus membranaceus) Full sun perennial. Enhanses immune system. $2 / pot  
Echinacea (Echinacea angustifolia) Native perennial used to fight colds. $2 / pot  
Elecampane (Inula helenium) Shade perennial, good for lung ailments $2 / pot  
Feverfew (Tanacetum parthenium) Attractive perennial, multiple medicinal uses. $2 / pot  
German Chamomile (Matricaria recutita Annual. Flowers make relaxing tea. $2 / pot  
Marshmallow (Althaea officinalis) Perennial. Roots have throat-soothing proprties. $2 / pot  
Meadow Arnica (Arnica chamissonis) Native perennial, used for bruises. $2 / pot  
Motherwort (Leonurus artemisia) Biennial. Cleanses blood and regulates menses. $2 / pot  
Pennyroyal (Mentha pulegium) Hardy to Zone 6, Strongest of all mints, repels insects, not for pregnant women. $2 / pot  
Skullcap Official (Scutellaria lateriflora) Native Perennial, used for depression, anxiety, insomnia $2 / pot  
St. John'swort (Hypericum perfolatum) Perennial, prefers dry soil. Used as an anti-depressant & nerve tonic $2 / pot  
Tansy (Tanacetum vulgare) Tall perennial, repels insects. Not for pregnant women. $2 / pot  
Valerian (Valeriana officinalis) Perennial, used for relaxation $2 / pot  
Wild Bergamot (Monarda fistulosa) Native Perennial, attractive to bees and hummingbirds $2 / pot  

Found Well Farm  ~  Pembroke, New Hampshire   ~  603-228-1421