Our farm store is now available to view online. Currently it is only a plant sale and there is no shipping.

There are items you can purchase and pick up now- they are in the AVAILABLE NOW  section. They are cold tolerant and ready to go. More items being added to this section weekly.

The rest is a PRE-ORDER items such as peppers and tomatoes. They will be ready mid to late May.  You can make multiple orders as things come in and we will group them up for your May pick up. However, there are a few items in the AVAILABLE NOW section that must be picked up sooner because they will outgrow their little cells.  Those items are noted in description don't choose them if you can't pick them up earlier.

FARM UPDATES REGARDING COVID - 19 

Hello everyone and i hope you are all well during these times.  We have been getting lots of emails and phone calls and wanted to fill you in on a few things. 

First, thank you for all the support and checking in. We are good and working hard to make sure we can continue to bring our community food and help them grow their gardens with our seedlings.

We are doing our best to constantly update our Instagram and Facebook pages with the most up to date news.

UPDATE OUR PLANT SALE HAS MOVED ONLINE!!!!! HERES THE LINK:

www.cheznousfarms.ca

Nothing says summer like fresh TOMATOES...

OUR PLANT SALE HAS MOVED ONLINE!!!! HERE'S THE LINK:

www.cheznousfarms.ca

Jan 11 2020

Welcome friends and happy New Year!

As many of you have come to appreciate, every year about this time, we like to get our plant sale varieties out to you so that during these cold and sometimes dreary days you too can start planning your gardens.  The perfect winter therapy!

This here is our chile pepper list from Superhots to Supersweets.
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Chez Nous Farm is once again putting on a large plant sale this spring! 

Over 100 varieties of each tomatoes and peppers.   Also, cucumbers, squash, melons, strawberries, greens, onions, beans, peas, herbs... 

All plants certified organic.

WHEN:

We open for sales Friday May 17 and run 9-5 everyday for the first week and 9-5 every weekend until June 2 .
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Every season, I seem to get on a kick for one particular type of tomato. One year it was the big reds then came the oxhearts, the dwarfs, Wild Boar tomatoes, cherries etc...    This year, no particular theme guided my selection.  I kept popular ones and  added a few here and there.

March 5th

Summer of 2018 was the summer I truly became the pepper lady.  I mean my world really, really started to revolve around chiles.  I was growing a ton of them, over 80 varieties and had so many to try!  My counter always had a colourful bowl of mixed chiles as well as my pocketsd my purse because you never know.  I was already used to carrying hot sauce and or flakes with me everywhere i went  because the thought of sitting down to eat a meal without spice actually makes me really sad.
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March 2 2019

Welcome to the 2019 growing season friends!  When messages started coming in from anxious gardeners wondering if we were having a plant sale this year and wether we will be posting our usual lists, I knew I needed to settle my body and brain and spend some time with my laptop and connect with you.  In the past, I have always put out a New Years greeting with a post reflecting on the past season and sharing goals for the upcoming season.

CHEZ NOUS FARM'S ORGANIC HEIRLOOM 

PLANT SALE 2018 SOLD OUT

WHEN: Friday May 18- Monday May 21

SOLD OUT

8am -5pm

Sale Times will vary after the long weekend but sale will continue until June 10th. Weekday hours are 12-5 or by appointment.  Limited varieties will also be available at the St-Catharines Farmers Market May-June 

Price is 4$ per plant (some exceptions) SOLD OUT

Address: 2192 Stevensville Rd, Stevensville Ontario

All plants are certified organic.

Tomatoes are taking the gardening world by storm.  Not only do we have all the amazing and diverse heirloom tomatoes from the past to discover BUT new incredible varieties are being developed every year and there doesn't seem to be any stop in sight.  I used to think that one day I'd figure out my top 30 or 50.  Never gonna happen.
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