Left Field Farm

20 Root Road
Middlefield, MA 01243
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20 Root Road Middlefield Massachusetts 01243
Wholesale: Wholesale / Restaurants
3rd party certifications: Certified Organic
Contact: Mitch Feldmesser and Maureen Sullivan
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About

At Left Field Farm it is our mission is to raise healthy plants that thrive in your garden, all grown in a manner that is respectful of our customers, of those who work the farm, and of our place on the planet.

In our greenhouses we grow a wide selection of certified organic annual, herb and vegetable plants for home gardeners, garden designers, local retail plant sellers and other farmers. We raise all of our plants under cool conditions so that they are stocky and well hardened off before they are sold. The small size of our greenhouse enterprise enables us to continually monitor for any potential pest problems as we go about the day-to-day activities of running a greenhouse. It goes without saying that we use a high quality, locally made, certified organic, compost-based potting medium and a certified organic fish and seaweed emulsion fertilizer to keep our plants growing green and ready to set flowers. All of the work we do in our greenhouses – seed sowing, transplanting, weed management, watering and fertilizing is done without mechanization. We, and our staff, personally handle all of the plants that we grow. At each step along the way, from sowing to sales, we have the opportunity to monitor the health and vigor of each plant. Healthy, vigorous plants hit the ground growing!

Please feel free to visit the farm. Visit our website, http://www.leftfieldfarm.net for hours and directions.

What We Grow

Nursery + Flowers

Bedding Plants, Vegetable Starts

Farm Stand

  • Left Field Farm
    20 Root Rd.
    Middlefield, MA (map)
    (413) 623-5137
    Mon-Sat 9-6
    Sun Noon-6

Our Customers

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Just Picked

Put on some clothing you don’t mind getting a little dirt on and spend an afternoon with family and friends discovering the local farms that grow our food. Keep in mind that harvest times are a little different every year. It’s always a good idea to call ahead to find out what’s available for picking.

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