Produce grown
in 2014:
  • Lettuce, Spinach, Kale,
    Swiss Chard, Cabbage
  • Herbs (varieties)
  • Tomatoes (9 varieties!)
  • Green, Banana and
    Hot peppers
  • Cucumbers
  • Sweet Corn, Popcorn,
    decorative corn
  • Peas, bush beans,
    green beans
  • Zucchini
  • Pumpkins, Gourds,
  • Potatoes (varieties)
  • Black Beauty Egg Plant
    (and Golden Eggs)
  • Carrots (even white
    yellow and purple!
    so fun!)
  • Broccoli
  • Apples
  • Cherries
  • Berries (Blueberries,
    raspberries, mulberries, blackberries,
    gogi berries)
  • Many flower varieties

Have us add your favorite to the list
for next year!

Stoughton's only non-profit educational growing center dedicated to educating our youth and community on the wonders of nature around us. This kid-friendly farm invites families to learn to grow food themselves and help to preserve nature. Wooded nature trails, and beautiful garden paths are only part of what is here to explore. Take a walk to our "insect hotel" and visit other science stations around the grounds. Meet "Buddy" our friendly rooster, and the hens at our chicken coop complete with a viewing window for observation.

By 2015 we will be opening up community garden plots and have staff on hand to help families in their own garden efforts. Tools and seeds will be available on site to get started!

FLG Gardens, Inc., has partnered with Stoughton Public Library and the Stoughton Area Youth Center by providing science and nature projects to educate children. If you know of a community organization that might benefit from what Fort littlegreen Gardens has to offer, please let us know. One of our main goals is to be an outreach and a resource for the community!

Produce that Fort littlegreen Gardens, Inc., grows is offered for sale, or suggested donation, at our road-side market stand. Along with each type of produce are fun science facts about them and where they originated. You'll also find our favorite recipe cards for some great home-cookin' ideas. Pick up a "Scavenger Hunt" card and see if you and your kids can find what's growing and hiding in the garden! 

Hope to see you on the farm soon!


Fort littlegreen © 2015