Growers of Certified Organic Vegetables
Baxter - 94 Baxter Tooradin Rd
Wednesday 9.00am - 4.30pm
Thursday 9.00am - 4.30pm
Friday 8:30am - 5.30pm
Saturday 8:00am - 4.00pm
Shop W1 Dandenong Market, Cleeland St, Dandenong
Tuesday 7am - 4pm
Friday 7am - 4pm
Saturday 7am - 4pm
Sunday Closed during Stage 4
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We are Certified Organic Market Gardeners located in Baxter, Mornington Peninsula. We are farming on 240 acres of land and grow approximately 20 different lines of vegetables, including radish, Asian greens, leeks, lettuce varieties, rainbow chard, broccoli, cauliflower and more.
We are growing a lot of our crops on 200 acres in Barham on the Murray River. We started in Barham in April 2013 - this is to help supplement our Baxter farm with various lines of produce due to seasonality.
We grow many of our lines year-round and are Certified by Australian Certified Organic (ACO) - We are the real deal!
We are affiliated with Peninsula Organic Farmgate who have an Organic Independent store which is now located in the Baxter Village at 94 Baxter Tooradin Road. Why not visit and grab a basket or trolley and browse the beautiful store. The majority of vegetables in the farmgate store are grown right here on the farm, from herbs, leafy greens, leeks, brassicas and more. To supplement our own produce, they
also carry lines such fruit & Veg, as well as certified organic meat from Cherry Tree Organics, Cleavers, milk & cream from Schulz Organic Dairy, yoghurt from Barambah & CSM Organics, eggs and grocery items. Peninsula Organic Farmgate are proud to say that they only stock Certified Organic produce their store.
We grow broccoli, cauliflower, cabbages, Brussels Sprouts, carrots,radish, Asian greens, leeks, lettuce varieties and more
At Peninsula Organic Farmgate, they sell our own Certified Organic produce, plus supplement with other veggies and fruits, dairy and meat products, all Certified Organic. There is a great range for the shoppers
Our business started primarily at Farmers Markets which we attended for 13 years. Unfortunately due to too many farm commitments and staffing issues, we ceased attending in Dec 2022. Farmers markets ultimately kick started us into the next growth phase.