A Family Farm Growing in Historic Concord, MA Since 1918
Tomato seedlings are now available at the farm stand! Spring has finally sprung and it is time to plant your garden. Seedlings are being sold on a frist come, first serve basis. See the list and descriptions of our tomato seedling varieties.
Save time by placing and paying for your deli orders ahead of time online. Simply select your order, your requested pick up time and enter your payment information. For a limited time, new online order customers receive 20% off their first online order!
Saturday, May 25, 11 a.m.to 1 p.m. Asparagus is here. A sure sign of Spring. Join us for a tour of the asparagus field, followed by a lunch buffet. Drive to the field at 11 a.m. sharp where Steve will talk about the growing and harvesting of this early crop. Return for an asparagus themed lunch under the tents. Cost is $30.00 pp and reservations for lunch are necessary. Call 978.369.4494 before May 24.
The farm stand is stocked with all of your flower needs! Pansy bowls, hangers, 6 packs, potted tulips and daffodils, beautiful custom planted patio pots filled with perennials and an extensive assortment of herbs. Plant Dahlia bulbs for late summer blooms and flower seeds now for summer cut flowers. Fresh bouquets are always available & arrangements can be ordered.
Verrill Farm now opens at 7:30 am, Monday - Friday! On your way to work, out for a run or ride - get your day off to a great start with freshly brewed coffee & a choice of baked goods or a hot breakfast sandwich packed to go from our kitchen. Stop by on the weekend and pick up a made to order breakfast sandwich: 9AM-11AM!
A Farm Grows in Concord – Celebrating 100 Years of Verrill Farm is available at the farm stand, the Concord Bookshop & Revolutionary Concord. Please stop by to pick up a copy at any of these locations.
The book is a blend of family, farm & Concord history along with 80 favorite Verrill Farm kitchen recipes.
‘Writing this cookbook fulfills our long-standing plan to share the recipes people have asked for,’ says Jennifer Verrill Faddoul, adding, ‘publishing it in 2018 memorializes the farm’s 100 year past as we look toward the future!’
Thank you for the great feedback you’ve given us about the book!