We will begin our winter off-season pickup and delivery service on December 3. Hattie’s Garden participates with about a dozen vendors to bring you local produce and artisan products during the “off-season.” Our goal is to help create a viable foodshed on Delmarva by providing you with locally grown and produced food.
As we normally do, we will take Thanksgiving week off. Look for an email on Sunday, November 27 with details announcing the first order form for the season.
Deadline for ordering is always Tuesday evening at 8 p.m. and the Garden will be open for pickup or casual shopping on Saturdays from 9 to 2. You can also have your order delivered to Lewes and Rehoboth addresses for a small fee if you would like.
We will not have mid-week hours beginning in December, but plenty of good food available for shopping on Saturdays if you forget to place an order.
We are very excited to bring a lot of good food to you for the winter. Here is a preview of the vendor lineup!
Off-Season Delivery / Pickup Service Vendor List
Below is a preliminary list of vendors, along with their products, who will participate in the off-season delivery / pickup program with Hattie’s Garden.
- Hattie’s Garden — Fresh produce, as available, grown using organic and sustainable principles.
- 302 Aquaponics — This sustainable aquaponics operation grows fresh chemical-free produce using cutting edge technology.
- Dittmar Family Farms — Fresh produce, and free range chicken.
- Williwaw Farm — Seasonal produce using minimal tillage, lots of compost, hard work, and never any synthetic chemicals, from Easton, MD
- Enoch Farms — Sustainably raised, naturally grown, heritage pork.
- Woodbine Farms — Pasture-raised pork and beef.
- AlaskaWild Seafoods — Salmon, Alaska Cod and Rockfish from Alaska sustainably managed waters.
- Twin Post Farm — Free-range chicken eggs.
- Chapel’s Country Creamery — Pasteurized and unpasteurized fresh cheese from grass fed cows.
- Davidson’s Exotic Mushrooms — Fresh organic mushrooms from Kennett Square, PA.
- Chrissy’s Bees — Local honey.
- Backyard Jams and Jellies — Dozens of homemade jams & jellies.
We do everything we can to advance local small sustainable farms and food artisans, and to promote the consumption of good whole food grown locally.