For the 2018 Season:
Pleasant Mount Farm is owned and operated by Heidi and Jody Racht and Alan Campbell. Also working here are Heidi and Alan's sons Mason (29), Abbott (28) and Owen (26) Rachampbell, when they are around, which isn't all that often, actually. Things are looking great!
In addition to selling quality, organic plants for your gardens, we will also plant your boxes and planters with plants you choose from the greenhouse and grow them here for a while. Feel free to bring them up now!
Wow! We are into April and it has been cool with snow showers for the last month. Sunny days have provided the heat we need for the seeds to germiniate. We are hard at work, planting seeds (onions are growing well and have had two haircuts; peppers are germinating, basil, cabbages, lettuces, tomatoes - and more - are up). Jody transplanted cuttings (geraniums, pansies, accent plants and foliage accents) and put together a ton of baskets a couple of weeks ago. Things are looking good.
Photos from 2017 - looking forward to having our plants looking wonderful again.
Open for the sale of potted herbs & annuals on sale.
Tomato Harvest, July 31, 2015
Pleasant Mount Farm is Northern Vermont's oldest organic retail greenhouse, now in its 27th season. We sell many plants, including annuals and accent plants, vegetables, herbs, and occasionally shrubs and trees.
Please note that our vegetable plants are Certified Organic. Our annuals, accent plants and baskets, all grown in McEnroe Farm organic potting soil, are not considered organic by national organic standards because they are grown from non-organic cuttings and plugs. However, we maintain the same organic practices as we always have and stand by our integrity. Remember, good soil grows great plants!
Along with selling plants, we also sell non-organic eggs from our chickens. This year, we will have lambs for sale.
Come up to visit, not only do we have a large selection of plants, but we also have many animals for you and your kids to see. The sheep and lambs, horse, and chickens are all outside - this is their home and they here year-round.
Autumn 2017 - some of the harvest.