Arte-Zans – Introduction Arte-Zans is a small, but interesting produce shop in Geeveston that also sells a variety of other treats as well. The vegetables are excellent and the baked treats such as melting moments are cooked with skill. It is housed in the shop/kitchen that used to be the […]
Pop’s Garden – Introduction When we are driving back to Hobart after eating our way along the East Coast, we usually take the short deviation to Pop’s Garden stall on the side of the road between Orford and Spring Bay. There is usually a good choice of vegetables here and […]
Xai Vegetables – Introduction Xai and her team grow and sell some of the best fresh vegetables in Tasmania. Everything she sells is presented beautifully on her stall. We are lucky in Tasmania that vegetables grow more slowly than in the rest of Australia. we are also lucky that our […]
Lauren and Michael Layfield run Felds Farm near Lillydale in Tasmania’s north where they produce organic vegetables of exceptional quality.
Little Red Hen Introduction Little Red Hen has been a long-time fixture at Hobart’s Farm Gate Market, selling attractive vegetables and even more attractive flowers. This stall is usually our first stop because, depending on the season, they have very desirable offerings that are difficult to locate elsewhere, especially of […]
♥♥♥ Provenance Growers – Introduction Provenance Growers is run by passionate growers Paulette Whitney and her partner Matt Deakin. Together they sell the most amazing array of high quality vegetables, herbs and flowers to leading restaurants and direct to the public at Salamanca Market on Saturday mornings. The service they […]
Our Mate’s Farm – Introduction Our Mate’s Farm is a small family-run orchard offering certified organic heritage apples, fresh cold-pressed apple juice and other products including very tasty pork from the farm. The apple juice can be sourced from the stall at their farm (see below) or from Unpacked in […]
♥♥♥ Rocky Top Farm is a certified organic producer of high quality heirloom vegetables at Penna in Tasmania’s south in between Richmond and Penna. The farm takes advantage of rich clay soils derived from the Jurassic dolerite which is widespread in central Tasmania. Approximately 2 hectares are given over to […]