Landscape Trees and Hay, etc. - By Appointment
Early spring planting gives trees a great start. March is the last month we dig for spring planting. We have a great selection of drought-resistant trees for your selection. Read more about them on the website.
Cross Ties are new at the Sawmill this spring just in time for raised bed gardening or landscaping ideas you’ve been toying with all winter. We have two sizes: 6 x 8 x 8 ($21) and 7 x 9 x 8 ($25).
Please call for an appointment to make sure someone is available to help you with landscape trees, hay and other seasonal items.
Farmer's Market is closed for the season. At the farm, we are preparing for the 2014 Summer Produce season. Be sure to visit us at the farm and at the Farmer's Market in Lowe's Marking Lot. We’ll be there, as usual, with all the fresh vegetables you expect each year. Check our website often for dates when the produce will be ready for market. See you soon! Meantime, don’t forget to make your reservations for field trips, birthday parties and other outings during the fall harvest. We fill up fast! (read more)
Cut your own Christmas trees, pose in Santa hats for memory pictures, shop for wreaths, swags and other items, and share free hot chocolate and candy canes while warming around the fire barrel during the winter season. Our products make great gifts!
Click on the Map of Tree Fields below to download your copy (PDF)
View more gifts at Zazzle.
Pumpkin Festival time means great fun! Choose your own pumpkins, shop the festival market, frolic along the hay maze, play games, see the animals, and other free . Entrance to Baldwin Farms is free except for a few activities which currently include our new corn maze feature, Cal’s Adventure Maze , loaded with new surprises and prizes, and the pony rides. These have small activity fees. Each year we try to add new child-friendly activities to make their visit special. We hope you enjoy them, or just enjoy a walk through the scenic countryside or relax in the swings.
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