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Accawmacke Ornamentals   --   Accomac
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Nursery, Fine Plantings

22376 Front Street
Accomac , VA  23301


Phone 1:  757-787-8128  

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Beebe Ranch   --   Chincoteague Island
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Not just ponies anymore - something for everybody!

Come see our new little filly Drizzle!! She is a 6th generation Misty descendant!! She's the first foal born at the ranch since 1972 -- 44 years ago!!!

Purchase your MISTY OF CHINCOTEAGUE series of books, stamped by Grandpa Beebe's branding iron and signed by Billy K. Beebe.

ALSO, check out a variety of art, vintage, and salvaged items.

3062 Ridge Road
Chincoteague Island , VA  23336


Phone 1:  757-869-0294  

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By the Bay Alpacas    --   Pungoteague
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Come meet our colorful herd including our 4x Champion By The Bay's Bristol. Learn about the steps it takes to create yarn from their luxury fleece which is then used to make beautiful handmade items.

Our farm store features unique alpaca wearable items in addition to yarn, stuffed animals, sock monkeys, finger puppets, alpaca blankets and more.

Hope to see you soon.

29560 Harborton Road
Pungoteague , VA  23422


Phone 1:  757-442-5651  

Phone 2:  804-908-3976   (Mobile)

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Chatham Flower Farm   --   Painter
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Fresh cut flowers, herbs, and lavender

Specialty cut flowers, herbs, and lavender grown on a small scale biodynamic farm on the Eastern Shore of Virginia.  We offer not only a beautiful, colorful space with gorgeous blooms on a historic property, but a wonderful spot for creatives and artists alike.  Our barn studio can be used for workshops and events.

31094 Boggs Road
Painter , Virginia  23420


Phone 1:  757-442-1483  

Phone 2:  508-524-5405  

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Copper Cricket Farm   --   Machipongo
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Biologically Managed, Sustainably Grown

End of Solitude Road at Wilsonia Neck Road

3:30 - 6:00 PM

The Copper Cricket Farm is a small diverse farm located in Machipongo, VA, offering a subscription service for vegetables from April until December each year. All vegetables are grown without pesticides, herbicides or chemical fertilizers. We care for our natural environment by letting the soil, plant and animal biology naturally care for our farm. We use minimal petrochemical inputs by farming intensively using hand labor for all planting and harvesting. Our vegetables are delivered the same day they are picked, ripe and fresh from the vine!

Our customers receive a crate of vegetables weekly. The crate contains an array of vegetables currently in season each week. Our crates contain only vegetables grown on our farm. Spring crates feature cool weather crops such as lettuces and greens including chards and kale, carrots, cabbages, celery, onions, peas, broccoli, and herbs. As the season progresses summer vegetables such as tomatoes, cucumbers, summer squashes, peppers, eggplant, potatoes, snap beans, onions, and others fill the crates. As the days grow shorter and the soil cools, fall crates bring back cooler weather vegetables including greens and lettuces, carrots and green onions again, snap beans, as well as winter squashes and summer crops that produce well into the fall as Mother Nature permits. Vegetable crates are delivered weekly directly to our customers’ homes or offices, if within our range, or alternatively to a local central drop off point. We offer 3 crate sizes for weekly delivery. The large size is designed to feed 4 people. It is also appropriate for 2 people who like to eat a lot of vegetables or freeze and preserve them for the winter season. The large size is available for $30 per week. The medium size is designed for 2 people and is offered for $20 per week. The small size is new this year, designed for a single person living alone who cannot consume as much food. It is available for $15. All prices include Virginia State sales tax of 2.5% as well as delivery. The Copper Cricket Farm provides flexible payment options designed to help our customers manage their food budgets. Contact us for more info!

13586 Solitude Trail
Machipongo , VA  23405


Phone 1:  757-678-7736  

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Giving Tree Garden Market   --   New Church
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A "full circle" garden center providing a diverse selection of quality plants, gardening supplies, professional landscape services, with reliable, friendly customer service, and unparalleled environmental knowledge to the residents and visitors of the Eastern Shore.

Store hours: Monday - Saturday 9am - 6pm, Sunday 9am - 5pm

33050 Chincoteague Road
New Church , VA  23415


Phone 1:  757-824-0003  

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La Caridad Farm   --   Parksley
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Locally produced meat and eggs

Raising heritage livestock breeds on pasture to provide your family with locally produced meat and eggs. 

We currently offer chicken and duck eggs, and whole and half-shares of pork and whole rabbit.

We're here to provide an alternative source of meat for our Eastern Shore community. If there's something specific you'd like to see, please let us know!

Heading west on Parksley Road, look for the green ranch house on the right.

25087 Parksley Road
Parksley , VA  23421


Phone 1:  757-710-7830  

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Lavender Skies, Inc   --   Onancock
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Celebrate the Wonderful Fragrance of Lavender

 We work very hard at bringing you the very best lavender.


18140 Plantation Rd
Onancock , Virginia  23417

Phone 1:  757-787-1451  

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Perennial Roots Farm   --   Onancock
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Biodynamic Farm & Garden

The farm store is open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., and closed on Sundays. Call a half-hour before you arrive so that someone can meet you at the farm store. On Saturdays, the owners are at the Onancock farmers market in the center of town from 8 a.m. to noon. On Tuesdays, they’re at the Cape Charles farmers market from 4 to 7 p.m.

Heading north, turn right on Front Street (U.S. 13 Business) toward the town of Accomac, then right on Route 605, then left on Decormis Street, down the dirt road and park in front of the old white house on the left.

That’s the farm store, where you’ll find duck and chicken eggs, cuts of heirloom, pastured pork, bacon and sage sausage, heirloom lettuce mix and, starting in early July, assorted heirloom berries, produce and herbs, including varieties of heirloom tomatoes and cukes rarely grown in the region, and lamb in the fall. Or call ahead and order fresh rabbit. Owners Stewart Lundy and Natalie McGill practice a method of ultra-sustainable farming. It might not look pretty, but they farm with utmost respect for the Earth, with no chemicals, GMO feed or harmful anything.

Perennial Roots Farm is both a business and a home. We began as a homestead, concerned foremost with reducing waste and providing enough food for our own needs. Out of our surplus, we began to find outlets in local markets. A garden grew up into a farm.

Our goals and practices are a synthesis of biodynamic rhythms and principles of permanent agriculture. We’ve learned that the maximum amount of life combined with a maximum diversity of life is health. We use no synthetic chemicals because the one-sided attack of any part of an ecosystem makes that entire ecosystem unbalanced.

We are committed not merely to nominal “sustainable” practices, but to regenerative practices that increase fertility with every season. We use intensive multi-species rotational grazing which keeps our animals healthier and nurtures our soil. We use cover crops to enliven the soil, build carbon, and provide habitat for beneficial insects. We compost as much as we can.

In keeping with this impulse towards long-term fertility, we raise heritage animals on our farm specifically selected for their good foraging traits. Our goal is to feed as little grain as possible to all our animals and continue to develop a perennial grass-based diet. Even the weeds are all an integral part of this process of healing the Earth.

We grow exclusively non-GMO open pollinated heirloom plants. We grow varieties of tomatoes, lettuce, greens, fruit trees, berries, and more. We raise heritage breed pigs, sheep, geese, ducks, chickens, rabbits, and turkeys. Most of our vegetables and animals that we raise are listed on the Slow Food Ark of Taste for their unique history and superior flavor. American Mulefoot hogs, Beaver Dam peppers, Aunt Molly’s Ground Cherries and the American Silver Fox Rabbit are just a few of our Slow Food Ark of Taste products. Almost all of our animal breeds are listed on the Livestock Conservancy. We are an agri-artisan on the Virginia Eastern Shore Artisan Trail. We are a certified Bee Friendly Farm.

PO Box 538, Decormis Street
Onancock , VA  23301


Phone 1:  757-709-4375   (757)

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Pickett’s Harbor Farms   --   Cape Charles
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Fruits & Vegetables - Eastern Shore at Your Door!




Eastern Shore Farmstand!

3119 Pickett's Harbor Drive

Pickett’s Harbor Farms is a family-owned, family-run farm on Virginia’s Eastern Shore. Some of our famous local produce includes:  peaches, asparagus, tomatoes, sweet potatoes and peppers.


10:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Monday through Saturday


6 miles north of the ESVA Tourism Commission
Welcome Center

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3111 Pickett's Harbor Drive
Cape Charles , VA  23310


Phone 1:  757-331-2682  

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Shine and Rise Farm   --   Painter
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Visit, Volunteer or Intern!

If you’d like to come for a visit or join us as a volunteer or intern at Shine and Rise just drop us a line so we can get to know you and how we can work together to build something great! Our people are the dreamers, the champions of happiness, and the stewards of our planet. Naysayers need not apply unless you are looking to become an unflappable optimist:)

Folks that come to Shine and Rise should have a innate belief that a treehouse village is a great idea, screaming goats are funny, and that happy animals and plants is how the universe should be.

31305 Pennyville Road
Painter , VA  23420


Phone 1:  757-971-2600   (Jay)

Phone 2:  757-971-0366   (Tatum)

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Sterrett Gardens   --   Craddockville
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Official American Hemerocallis Display Garden


To visit our garden on Virginia's Eastern Shore on the Delmarva Peninsula, either travel north from Virginia Beach or south from Salisbury, Maryland on RT 13 to Exmore, VA, turn north on Rt. 178 (traffic light at the Exxon station). Go about 1 mile and turn left at the Phillips Trustworthy Hardware Store (still Rt. 178N) toward Craddockville. Go about four miles (road winds a bit), bear right at Craddockville United Methodist Church and go about 1 mile. Turn left onto Island Neck Road and go to the end.  We are the last home on the left - cream with blue-green shutters and lots of daylilies.  If you want to find us using GPS, enter 12324 Island Neck Rd., Painter, VA.  If you are coming to visit and know some of the plants that you wish to buy, send us your list ahead of time so that we can have them dug for you.  We appreciate your patience.  Plants may not be dug while you wait in July – depends upon the weather.

We ship at least a double fan.  If you wish to have substitutions of equal or greater value, please include a list of suitable substitutes.  We include bonus plants worth approximately 20% of the order for orders under $100, 40% for those over $100!  Please list suggestions.  We offer a collection of 10 varieties (our choice) for $40.  When ordering a collection, please let us know if you prefer a particular range of colors.  All plants are freshly dug and individually labeled.  Our garden is state inspected and we continue to maintain a preventative spray schedule.  Shipping charges are $10 plus $0.60 per plant over three plants.  The minimum order is $20.  We ship by priority mail (service with UPS is not satisfactory from the Eastern Shore of Virginia).  We generally ship on Monday with plants arriving in two to three days. Virginia residents must add 5% sales tax.  Wholesale prices of selected varieties are available upon request. 

We have a policy in the garden of letting children (<16 years old) select the daylily of their choice from the field.  If we have sufficient quantity, we dig a double fan for them to take home for their garden.  We have found that this is a great way to get youth excited about gardening and while they are deciding on their very favorite, the parents have a chance to look around too.

PO Box 85
Craddockville , VA  23341


Phone 1:  757-442-4606  

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