Just seven miles from downtown Boston on the border of Jamaica Plain and Brookline, Allandale Farm is nestled on 130 acres of rolling hills, woodland, and farm fields. We cultivate 30 of those acres to grow over a hundred different varieties of vegetables, fruits, and cut flowers. We sell our produce through our on-site farmstand, our CSA program, and to our wholesale customers. In addition to our own produce, our farmstand is stocked with a wide variety of locally produced goods from some of the best food producers in the region. Our Garden Center offers an expansive seasonal selection of our own annual and perennial plants, trees and shrubs, fruit and vegetable starts and supplies for the home gardener.
Our Growing Practices
We are deeply committed to protecting the health and well-being of the land we farm, as well as all the communities and environments connected to our farm. We use traditional organic and sustainable farming practices. We rotate our crops, use green manures to protect our fields and add organic matter, and amend our fields and greenhouse plants with organic fertilizer. We never use chemical herbicides, pesticides, or fungicides.
We have carefully stewarded this land for centuries and are dedicated to building trust with our customers. If you have questions bout our growing and handling practices, please feel free to email us. We're always happy to share information about how your food and plants are grown.
Allandale Farm is open daily in November from 10am-6pm. We will be closing at 4pm on the Wednesday before Thanksgiving. We will be closed on Thanksgiving Thursday and Friday.