Welcome to Amy's Garden!

Where can I find Amy?

truckAmy’s Garden is at farmers markets throughout Central Virginia. See Farmers Market schedules and locations.

Why local organic?

butterlyAvoiding harmful chemicals by eating all-organic is key to leading a healthy lifestyle and reducing risk for cancer and other life-threatening illnesses. Read all about going organic.

Amy's GardenAmy’s Garden is a USDA Certified Organic family farm growing 10 acres of organic produce and cut flowers in Charles City County, Va.

Amy's Garden sells at farmers markets in Richmond and Williamsburg and offers membership in its CSA (Community Supported Agriculture).

News from the farm

fresh basilThe season has started! We've got wonderful fresh organic produce, plants and flowers coming in and we're going to be at the markets looking for you! Can't wait to see friends old and new and catch up on the news. See you soon!

We're sold out of Garden Shares for 2014 – please contact us to be put on the waitlist, and let us know if you're in Richmond or Williamsburg. The Amy’s Garden CSA, growing strong since 2003, provides you with a weekly pre-packed bag of fresh, Certified Organic produce from mid-May through mid-September.

Discover new recipes and share your own on our Recipes page. If you have a great recipe, please share your own instructions for dressing up our fresh organic produce! Also, join the Amy's Garden community by following us on Facebook!

Want to grow your own goodies?
Don't forget to check our tips on organic gardening in the Richmond Times Dispatch.

ChickensLook for us in Eating Local Cookbook
Amy’s Garden was one of 10 small family farms featured in Sur La Table’s new cookbook Eating Local - The Cookbook Inspired by America’s Farmers. It’s a beautiful cookbook full of luscious pictures and recipes and we are proud to be a part of it!

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Community-supported agriculture

What is a CSA?

leavesWant fresh vegetables, fruit and even flowers waiting for you each week? Learn how our CSA Garden Share works.

What's fresh ...

... in the garden, at the market, around central Virginia. We'll tweet it to keep you up to date!