• Greensgrow Celebrates 20 Years!

    You’re invited to help us kick-off our anniversary year with a Welcome Celebration on March 25 & 26. We’ll unveil our new mural and the tiny house, as well as announce the recipients of Mary’s Community Fund.

  • Join the Summer CSA

    Become a member! Support local farmers and producers from June–November. Our farm shares include a dairy/protein choice like eggs, yogurt or tofu. We offer add ons; coffee, cheese, ice cream & pops shares, plus online grocery shopping! Pickup at Greensgrow Farms, Greensgrow West, Center City, Queen Village or Logan Square. Find out more.

  • Garden Center

    Both locations are open for the season and we will open 7 days a week in April. We have seeds and seed starting supplies, tools, soils and amendments, plus starts for asparagus, potatoes, sweet potatoes, onions, garlic and horseradish too! The first cold crop veggie starts and spring bloomers are in.

  • Giving Back

    Greensgrow has created a fund with donations made in the memory of our founder Mary Seton Corboy to provide small grants to individuals or organizations in Kensington, the Riverwards, and West Philadelphia for projects that improve neighborhood public spaces; beautify the community; and nurture a shared sense of neighborhood identity and community pride. Find out more here.

  • Greensgrow West

    Our new, larger, more permanent home in West Philadelphia features a high tunnel, an expanded selection of garden plants and gear, chicken coop, outdoor classroom and more. We have a seasonal farmstand, Summer & Winter CSA pickup, and SNAP Share affordable farm share. Plus a tiny house!

  • Winter SNAP Box Program

    Looking for affordable local produce? SNAP Box is a weekly share of fruit and vegetables. Just $8.50 every other week, payable with SNAP benefits. Chef Matt provides recipes, advice and cooking demos. Click here to sign up and to find out more about this great Greensgrow program.

  • Greensgrow Farms Mobile Markets

    Our Mobile Markets run from July-November in underserved parts of Philadelphia. We sell produce at Senior Centers and Community Centers where there is a lack of access to fresh foods. Click here to learn more.

  • Farmstand

    We have winter farmstands every other Saturday from 10am–3pm at both locations. We feature produce from our network of local farms, dairy, eggs, bread, humanely raised meats, and pantry– plus our own Greensgrow Grown lettuce mixes, greens and root vegetables. Click here to see what’s in this week.

  • ARE YOU INTERESTED IN STARTING A FOOD BUSINESS?

    Greensgrow’s Community Kitchen rents space to food entrepreneurs and provides resources to get your business started. We offer culinary workshops in the spring & fall taught by local chefs and food enthusiasts! Read more.

  • Want more Greensgrow?

    Sign up for our weekly newsletter and we’ll deliver right to your inbox! Be the first to know what’s at the farmstand, what’s new in the nursery, and what’s on the events schedule. Plus a look at what seasonal sales and specials are happening. You can get news from Greensgrow West too! Click here to sign up!

  • Host Your Private Event With Us!

    Whether you are planning a full-service catered event or a “DIY” gathering, you can rent Greensgrow Farms for weddings, bridal showers, cocktail parties, luncheons and more.

    Photo: Birchtree Catering & Hazelphoto.com

  • Solar Power at Greensgrow Farms!

    Our new 16 panel solar array will supplement the farm’s electricity usage with a renewable energy and provide solar education for visitors and employees. They are estimate to produce 4,962 kWh each year, enough to cover the cost of all 10,000 tomato plants purchased each year.

Upcoming Events

  • Mar 25

    20th Anniversary Season Opening Celebration

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    4 PM - 6 PM
  • Mar 26

    20th Anniversary Season Opening Celebration

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    11 AM - 2 PM
  • Apr 1

    Winter CSA Pickup & Farmstand

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    10 AM - 3 PM

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