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Welcome to Hattie’s Garden

Hattie’s Garden is a small market-garden, growing vegetables, herbs and specialty cut flowers in Lewes, Delaware. We subscribe to sustainable farming practices and use organic gardening principles, but because of our small size, we are not certified organic. However, we do grow food in an ecologically and ethically responsible manner.

Off-Season Produce & Food
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We operate a delivery & pickup service on Saturday mornings during the “off-season” when the HLFM is not in session, selling produce we grow, as well as offering a variety of produce and other authentic food from local farmers & vendors.

Hattie’s Plants
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We grow a variety of plants for the home gardener in the spring, which include tomatoes, eggplant, peppers, herbs, flowers. We are open at the garden every Thursday & Friday from 3 – 6 during the farmers market season.

HLFM Farmers Market
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From May through November, Hattie’s Garden can be found at the Historic Lewes Farmers Market (HLFM) selling vegetables and lovely flower arrangements. The market runs from 8 to 12 through Sep., & 9 to 12 in Oct. & Nov.



Be sure to read the latest news and announcements on our news “blog” to keep updated on what is available and any changes in scheduling. You can also subscribe to our e-mail list and receive the news automatically.

Our Latest News

Delivery /Pickup Service for Feb 6

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Yes, we have some wonderful items for our delivery / pickup service on Saturday, February 6. Please take a careful look at the order form for this week. Each week, we make lots of changes depending upon what we have available. This week we have Beeswax Lipbalm from Baues’ Bees, as well as a few additional produce items. And Hattie is making organic Split Pea Soup (with or without ham) and mushrooms from Davidson’s are going strong!

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Have questions about any of the plants we sell for the home gardener or about the produce we sell for consumption? Please visit our Frequently Asked Question (FAQ) page that includes useful information such as planting, fertilizing, container growing, vegetable prep and storage, etc.