Welcome


Welcome to GreenFoodGardens market place

During our open season we will have fresh and naturally grown produce and herbs for sale. We will be announcing our opening dates and location about a week before the May long weekend.

We hope some of the information on this website will help you with your gardening, planting and harvesting. Since we are located in Ontario, Canada, we have tried to give information that will help Canadian gardeners. In any case, after the last frost date is a safe bet for most planting. In Ontario that is May 24.

You will also find great recipes that call for fresh and natural ingredients.




Plant a Perennial Food Garden

Grow these perennial food plants, and you’ll enjoy the fruits of your labors for many seasons to come.

If you use organic or natural seeds and plants free of GMOs and pesticides you will have a healthy food supply in your own back yard. more...


Gardening Tips and Ideas

Fresh VEGETABLES & HERBS
GARLIC

WOOD PRODUCTS
WORMS & CASTINGS


Watch for our opening dates and location.




Shop locally grown, fresh HERBS, VEGETABLES AND FRUITS... We use seeds that are organic or naturally sown. None of our products have GMO's and we do not use pesticides or any chemicals. We have homemade worm castings and compost, and some homemade fertilizers. Watch this site for our season opening.

..The Andrews Family





Back to School breakfast and lunch Ideas



GARLIC
Allium sativum is a perennial crop and is grown by methods similar to those used in growing onions. Fully-grown plant reaches about 50 to 60 cm in height and bears underground bulbous root containing about 8-20 bulblets known as cloves. The whole bulb is encased by several layers of white or mauve-tinged thin papery coverings.Several cultivar varieties exist from extra-large elephant garlic to small sized solo garlic. Allium oleraceum or field garlic is a wild, tall variety commonly grown in the United Kingdom. Unlike in onion, garlic flowers are sterile and therefore do not produce seeds. New plants generally are grown from implanting the individual sections of the bulb. ...more