Route 27, Belgrade, Maine · 207-649-3331

An Animal Powered Certified Organic Family-Operated "Forever Farm"


Winterberry Farm grows flowers. We are the flower farmer of Kennebec county. Hundreds of annual and perennial varieties of flowers, we grow them in our gardens, in our fields and in our unheated greenhouses. We grow our flowers for cut flower bouquets, wedding bouquets, and cut your own.

If you are a member of our CSA they are part of your summer share. If you go to the farmers markets there are many bouquets to choose from, flower and herb! Our farmstand has bottles and vases filled with cut daily flowers. If you would like a tour we can do that too.

Mary is a master floral designer with over 32 years’ experience. Her designs are simply magnificent. She uses natural material, dried berries and twigs to enhance the cut flowers in her bouquets.

Garden Tours

Welcome to Winterberry Farm!

Stroll through our fields and gardens at your leisure or with a farm guide. If you have a time in mind give us a call or take a chance and stop in!

No charge for families. Groups are charged $5/per person.

We have vegetables and flowers, herbs and livestock!

We are a horse and oxen powered, Certified Organic, Maine family farm!

2015 the Winterberry Farm barn was accepted into the National Registry of Historical Places!

Call us, or click here to email.

Downloadable rack card coming soon…

Up-Coming Events

Updated for 2018:

January 10th spring/summer csa sign up begins $325.00 ½ share and $500.00 for full share

February 23th National CSA day sign up today and receive a $25.00 discount

March 25th Maine Maple Sunday- come help us collect and boil down the sap and breakfast served all day in the farm store cafe

April 29th sheep shearing day, come and play with sheep and there wool and products
Spinning and dyeing demo going on and a may pole with dances you can join in.

May 5th  ox and horse  plowing winterberry farm.  Come watch the boys and their handlers work our fields for the growing season

May 18th 1st csa pick up here at the farm 10-8pm

June 3th “plant and potluck,” bring your mud boots and prepare to get your knees dirty. Lets plant together and then share a meal together