WELCOME TO CHEESEQUAKE FARMS
Our delicious farm grown sweet corn is here! We are picking white and bi-color. Imagine having Cheesequake Farms sweetcorn for dinner tonight!
Summer is upon us and we have delicious farm fresh vegetables.
Cherry Tomatoes, Squash blossoms, Sunflowers, String Beans, Flat Beans, Yellow Beans, Peppers (green & white Bells, Cubanelle, lots of hots) Cucumbers, Pickles, Basil & Dill, Zucchini, Yellow & Barq squash, Cauliflower, Broccoli, Napa Cabbage, Kohlrabi, Collards, Kale, Beets & Cauliflower and more! (see What's Picking for more)
We also have everything you need to make a home cooked summertime meal which includes corn, eggplant, potatoes, garlic, peppers, different types of squashes, cucumbers, basil. If you can cook it, we have it!
from A-Z (Apples to Zucchini)
Hours 9-6 both locations
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Welcome to Cheesquake Farms! We are Linda & Bob, 4th & 5th generation farmers in the Old Bridge area and proud We are celebrating our 40th year of farming at Cheesequake Farms. Our two farms are located in Old Bridge, the heart of central New Jersey. We grow top quality flower and vegetable plants, Easter flowers, fresh vegetables, bedding plants, pumpkins and many other crops. Bales of straw are available retail and wholesale (for wholesale prices call Bob). At Christmas, we offer top quality fresh cut trees, custom wreaths, grave blankets, kissing balls and mailbox swags. Also available is fresh cut greenery, undecorated wreaths, pine roping and poinsettias.
In the Spring we have flowers and vegetable plants galore! The planting season at the farm will have our greenhouses packed full of healthy, lush, green vegetable and flower plants. We offer a wide selection so you can plant and grow to your hearts content. Our vegetable plants range from heirloom to garden varieties available. The plants we grow in our fields are the same plants available to our customers.
Now is the time to fill in your garden and containers with instant color. To get that finished look come in and fill up with plants that will finish the garden and make it more beautiful!
Just think, you can grow your own vegetables and proudly serve them to your family and friends. Our flowers are colorful and vigorous to make your garden and yard a thing of beauty. Linda is busy in the greenhouse this time of year and our friendly and knowledgeable staff is available for questions about planting and growing.
Summer is the special time of year at the farm when Bob & Linda are busy from sunrise to sunset. The vegetables love the sun and rain and are bursting with flavor. Everyone at Cheesequake Farms strives to bring the most delectable vegetables into the market for you to pick for your favorite meals. Come and immerse yourself in the plethora of veggies. Some still have the warmth of the fields and you can smell the freshness. Breathe deeply, get your favorite vegetables & flowers and cook and enjoy life. It doesn't get much better than this...
Fall, aka pumpkin time is an exciting time of year at the farm. Now is the time to see Bob in the fields tending to his "specialty" crops. Quality pumpkins of every, shape, size and color are available to pick in the fields or in the farm market. We also grow a multitude of gourds, fall harvest vegetables, straw bales and corn stalks. We specialize in "unique varieties and decorations." Cheesequake Farms provides education tours to school children and it is with delight that we teach the children what the autumnal harvest is all about.
Winter is Christmas tree time and we have a wide variety of trees for everyone to pick out their favorite tree! We also have wreaths, grave blankets, swags, kissing balls and columns to decorate for your holiday season. Select a wreath already made by one of our talented designers or dream up your own personalized wreath and let us make it to suit your style.
Come in and enjoy the country scenery, taste the freshness of local farm grown vegetables, come in and swap recipes, immerse yourself and delight your senses at Cheesequake Farms!
The old Dutch barn that was moved to the farm in the early 1900's from Cheesequake Creek, approximately 5 miles away. Each board was numbered with a Roman numeral and reassembled on the farm.