Welcome to Wendalane Farms where we grow farm fresh, seasonal cut flowers. Our farm is located in Niagara, Ontario and when in season you can find our flowers available from our roadside stand as well as at the Grimsby's Farmers' Market.
For the love of flowers
Our flowers are grown all outdoors (no greenhouses here) and are subject to the weather - but that's what makes seasonal flowers that much more special. Seeds are started in January, bulbs and perennials start blooming in May and June, and then the season shifts to an abundance of annuals through the rest of the summer. Finally, the fall season brings on the best of the dahlias and the last of the heat loving annuals.
We do our best to practice sustainable growing methods. Our field is full of heavy clay where we amend with compost and cycle through many cover crops as well as trying out some no-till beds.
Grimsby Farmers' Market
During the market season you can find us every Thursday at the Grimsby Farmers' Market.
Online Market: April 29 - December 16
Market: May 27 - October 7
Location: Grimsby Peach King Centre, 162 Livingston Ave
THE ROADSIDE STAND IS CURRENTLY CLOSED.
In-season you can pick up your flowers from our roadside stand on Fridays (at noon) and Saturdays till 6 p.m.
This is a self serve option.
Payment is made via cash or e-transfer.
Options available depend soley on what is blooming and available each week. Check out our instagram/facebook stories during the season to see
During our growing season bouquets are available to order from our webshop to be picked up at the farm.
Are you a florist/wedding designer?
We do supply flowers to a limited number of designers/florists each year. Send us an email if this is something you may be interested in and we can see if your business would be a good match for our farm.
Jen and Bob met while both earning teaching degrees. They were married and moved to the Niagara region where they both got jobs teaching high school. In their spare time, Bob loved working with computers and reading; Jen loved starting a variety seeds and expanding her garden.
When they unexpectedly moved on to Bob's family farm, there was no limit to the number of flower beds Jen could fill. Now, 18 years later, what started out as Jen's obsession with starting too many seeds has turned into a pretty fun small flower farm.
Jen no longer teaches but now grows the flowers along with their kids. As what started over 20 years ago, Bob still preps the beds and Jen fills them as fast as he can make them!