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2019 Produce

Lets Give These a Try!

This is a list of the varieties of Produce that Bramley Farms will be trying to provide in 2019. If you would like for us to try and provide another fruit or vegetable in 2020 please submit those request to BramleyFarms2019@yahoo.com. Thank You

 

Iceberg Lettuce

seeds from Migardener

First gaining popularity in the 1940s, iceberg lettuce was originally known as crisphead lettuce. Forming a closed head resembling that of a cabbage, the crunchy texture and mild flavor of iceberg varieties is preferred by some to provide a backdrop against more intensely flavored salad ingredients and dressings.

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Lemon Mint

Seeds From MiGardener

Lemon Mint offers clusters of pretty pink/purple blooms that are highly attractive to bees and butterflies! Lemon Mint is a fresh herb with beautiful flowers that can be used in teas, potpourris, homemade salves, and more. Grow Conventional Non-Organic

Bibb Butterhead Lettuce

MiGardener

Buttercrunch bibb is a classic variety of bibb lettuce. Leaves are soft, tender, and buttery lacking all bitterness! This is a favorite for those who love juicing or hate bitter greens. Cool weather is best for these, but if grown correctly and in ideal conditions, this lettuce can be grown all season long even through the heat of summer. Market gardeners and home gardeners alike love this variety for its cute perfectly shaped heads, splayed leaves, and adorable little bunch of greens when harvested all at once.

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Product

Seed From MiGardener

Pick Blue Lake-type pole bean, its easy for picking, long, spread-out harvest season and exceptional yields of 6 to 6-1/2 inch dark green beans. Pods are round, smooth, meaty, slow to develop seed and stringless, capturing the rich, distinctive flavor of the original Blue Lake pole. The 7 foot plants have good climbing ability. White seeded.

Malabar Spinach

Seeds From MiGardener

Heat loving salad and stir-fry green.

Vigorous climbing vines grow through summer into fall. Glossy, thick, savoyed leaves resemble spinach. Dark green leaves and deep red/purple stems. Mild Swiss chard taste. Use leaves and young stems sparingly in salads or stir-fries

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Viroflay Spinach

Seeds From MiGardener

Big leaves to 10” long, smooth and deep green in color. Very fast growing plants are popular for fall planting. A gourmet French heirloom that was developed prior to 1866.

Calebrese Broccoli

seeds From MiGardener

Introduced to the seed trade around 1910, this variety was brought to our shores-and our gardens-by Italian immigrants. A deliciously old-fashioned broccoli, it boasts dark bluish-green central heads about 5" across. Tall, erect, 30-36" plants give way to multiple side shoots once the central head is cut. Harvest 60-90 days after transplant.

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Porter Tomato

Seeds from MIGardener

An old-time drought-resistant favorite in the Southwest. Featuring dark pink, 2 oz., smooth, plum-shaped fruits on sprawling, vigorous vines. High yields of these tender-skinned beauties are a perfect choice for canning and juicing. 
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New Yorker Tomato

Seeds from MiGardener

New Yorker tomatoes grow on vigorous, compact, bush type plants. These heirloom tomatoes are 4-6 ounces and smooth and meaty, well colored. Does well in cool conditions. Adapted well to North-Eastern US. A good choice for either canning or fresh eating! Certain parts of plant may be poisonous if ingested.
New Yorker tomatoes were developed by Dr. Robinson of the New York Agricultural Experiment Station in Geneva, NY. New Yorker was bred for growing in northern or short season areas, with crack resistance. This tomato was first offered for sale by the Joseph Harris Seed Company in Rochester, New York

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Ambrosia Sweet Corn

Seeds From MiGardener

A farmer’s market favorite, that you now can grow yourself! It is a peaches and cream variety of corn that is sweet, creamy and wonderful eaten raw or cooked! Dive into this sweet treat, always non-gmo of course!

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Bramley Farms

The Full Story

Since being established in 2018, Bramley Farms has been known for fresh produce, an unparalleled commitment to customer satisfaction, and its commitment to serving the community healthy options for local families. It’s this standard of excellence that was passed down generations that continues to help us grow into the business we are today.

We believe that the customer always comes first - and that means exceptional products and exceptional services. Get in touch today to learn more about what we have to offer.

 

Burn down your cities and leave our farms, and your cities will spring up again as if by magic; but destroy our farms and the grass will grow in the streets of every city in the country.

WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN, speech at Chicago Convention, Jul. 8, 1896       

Luc de Clapiers

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Frequently Asked Questions

The Answers You Need

While working with customers, we’re constantly learning about their needs and managing inquiries that arise. As a result, we’ve included a list of frequently asked questions along with answers in order to provide additional support. If your question isn’t addressed below, get in touch with us and we’ll provide the information you need.

 

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Customer Support

Next Level Service

We want all of our customers to experience the impressive level of professionalism when working with Bramley Farms. All of our services, especially this one, exist to make your life easier and stress free. If you have questions or concerns please Email or call our Customer Support line

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Delivery

Here For You

This is one of our most popular services available. It’s made a big difference for many of our customers, and is provided with the highest level of excellence. With this service, we ensure all details are simple, seamless and handled in a timely manner. Whenever you work with Bramley Farms, you can trust that you’re in great hands. Always feel free to contact our Customer Support line

 

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Opening Hours

Spring To Fall

Mon - Fri: 9am - 6pm

Sat: 10am - 3:30pm

Sun: 10am - 3:30pm

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Cassopolis, MI 49031, USA

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