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Founded in 2009 by Chanya Sae-Eaw and John White. Farmacy Gardens is a three acre market garden that grows a diverse variety of high quality vegetables, fresh cut flowers, and herbs. Available at the South Hadley and Worcester area farmers' markets and wholesale. CSA shares delivered to UMass Medical Center Farmers' Market in Worcester. We use biologically conscious growing methods, with the goal of building a healthy soil for generations of farmers to come.
Mixed vegetables, fresh cut flowers, herbs and transplants.
Chanya Sae-Eaw and John White
Worcester, UMass Medical Center, Tuesdays 1 to 5 p.m. from July 6 to Oct. 26
South Hadley, on the town green, Thursdays 1 to 6 p.m. from June 3 to Oct. 28
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Twenty weeks of produce using a mix-and-match system costs $600. Depending upon the season, shareholders can choose 10 to 12 items each week. A 10-week flower share can also be added to the vegetable share for an additional $100. Shares are distributed at the UMass Medical Center Farmers' Market Tuesdays from 1 to 5 p.m.