We are a diversified family farm located on the New Hampshire Seacoast. Our farm encompasses two complementary operations with the goal of creating a sustainable and restorative agriculture on our land. New Roots Greenhouses and Nursery
focuses on Certified Organic vegetables, seedlings and edible perennials while Greener Pastures
concentrates on raising nutrient-dense forages to support healthy heritage livestock. Thanks for stopping by!
Where to Find Our Products
Certified Organic Seedlings at the Farm
We're beginning the outdoor Farmers' Markets with Certified Organic Garden Seedlings alongside our 100% Grass-Fed Beef and Pasture-Raised Whole Roasting Chickens! Find us at the Seacoast Growers Association markets in Portsmouth
or at the farm by appointment. Call 603.770.4125 (meats) or 603.502.3646 (veggies) or email farmers(at)newrootsfarm.com.
Our Certified Organic Greenhouse is now open for purchases and consultation until mid-June! Please make plans to come visit. The pre-order time has passed but you can still plan your garden using our seedling variety list and pre-order form.
© 2015 New Roots Farm 31 Doe Farm Lane, Newmarket NH 03857
Phone: 603.770.4125 (meats), 603.502.3646 (veggies) Email: farmers(at)newrootsfarm.com
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Nobody should eat boring tomatoes...
We believe strongly that truly delicious tomatoes come from mindfully-grown starts and have names like Black Krim and Wapsipinicon Peach- you won't find those at the big box store! From, peppers, to eggplants, to tomatoes and beyond- there's an amazing diversity of delicious varieties out there that you can grow in your garden! Let us
grow perfect, certified organic, properly-timed and hardened-off seedlings to get you off on the right foot. You can take it from there! Check out the variety list above and the garden schedule below to make this year's garden the best ever!
What Can I Plant This Week?- May 11, 2015
* It's been a warm spring and soil temperatures are appropriate for these delicate crops. Should a very cold evening be forecast, tender crops are easily protected by covering with a bucket, blanket, towel or even reused plastic shopping bags. Just remember to uncover in the morning!