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Fresh Produce at Purdon Groves

Updated: Apr 10, 2020

Over the past few weeks we’ve had more and more people reach out to us for

fresh produce. Either they’re having difficulty finding chemical free, delicious vegetables and herbs in grocery stores, or they want to have as little exposure to

public environments as possible. We’ve been grateful to be able to provide for many in our community.

Fresh Leafy Greens from Purdon Groves
Fresh Leafy Greens from Purdon Groves

As we continue to consider how we might help bring fresh produce into your home, here are three options:


  • Get produce directly from Purdon Groves. We post on Instagram and Facebook each day we harvest, what produce is available and the cost, along with delivery and payment info.

  • Get your own indoor or outdoor tower through us. Once you have your tower, we can either provide your seedlings or you may plant and grow your own.

  • Grow your own produce at Purdon Groves. We’re looking into a community garden concept that will begin summer, 2020.


We’re committed to helping you get the freshest, most nutritious produce available, regardless of the method you choose. Please let us know if you have any questions at info@purdongroves.com. We want to know how we can serve you best!


Emilie and Sherry serving fresh produce and baked bread
Emilie and Sherry




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