March 2015

Tomatenpflanze im Gewächshaus - tomato plant in glass house 03We know that you can go to the big box stores and get your garden plants, but do you REALLY know anything about where they came from?

Here at Steepleview Farm we are all about transparency.  We take great pains to find unique varieties of seeds from only the most reputable seed suppliers, then to share with you all of our operations and to leave our farming open to your visit at any time.

We want to know where our food comes from and we know you do too.

We offer nothing but naturally grown vegetable plants, always guaranteed non-GMO, always unique in their characteristics, not the run of the mill stuff at the big box stores, so that our plants and ultimately our produce will be the best you can get anywhere.

So this year, when you consider buying vegetable plants and supplies, remember, it’s always better to know the farmer, to know the processes and it’s always better to buy local, which means, buy your veggies from Steepleview Farm.

Here are some of the plant varieties we will have by Mother’s Day.  If you need them earlier, just let us know.

(psssst: there will be many more exciting varieties at the market when our produce comes in, and lots and lots of really cool seeds and gardening things too)


  • Genovese Basil
  • Lemon Basil
  • Cilantro
  • Smokey Fennel
  • Dill
  • Lavender
  • Oregano
  • Parsley
  • Rosemary
  • Tarragon
  • Thyme
  • Sage

PEPPERS (sweet)

  • Golden California Wonder
  • Red Knight
  • Bell Boy
  • Yellow Banana
  • Big Bertha


  • Jalafuego
  • Mucho Nacho
  • Habanero
  • Habanero Mustard
  • Scotch Bonnet
  • Tabasco
  • Black Hungarian
  • Serrano Tampequino
  • Bhut Jokia (ghost pepper)
  • Purira
  • Long Thin Cayenne
  • Lemon Drop


  • Balls Beefsteak
  • Better Boy
  • Cherokee Purple
  • Early Girl Bush
  • Goliath
  • Super Sweet 100