A bounty of flavor
Fairhaven Farm is a diversified fruit farm located in Fairhaven, MN nestled between the St. Cloud and Twin Cities metro areas. We primarily grow apples, but also tend to pumpkins, flowers, and just about any fruit that can survive a Minnesota winter. Our aim is to share the magic of our 50 acres by focussing on exquisite flavors, top quality product, and environmental sustainability.
Visit us in the fall for a variety of pick your own options, and discover our apple varieties unique to our farm. Or find us at the Annandale and Tiny Diner farmers markets throughout the growing season selling flowers, fruit, and jam.
Learn more about our family farm on our 'About' page.
We're opening up the flower field to the public for another year! Pick-Your-Own (PYO) flowers begin Friday July 1st and runs until the first hard frost (usually mid-to-late September).
- Cost: $17 per 1 gallon bucket. Please only use the provided bucket to pick. Cost only $14 when you re-use your bucket.
- Location: The flower field is located on the west side of 51st ave, and just north of the old, red strawberry shack. If you're in the right place there will be a house with a swing set across the street from you.
- Parking: You may park in either the parking lot just north of our barn, or in the grassy area beside the flower field. You may know this second space as an overflow parking lot in the fall and during events.
- Hours: The flower field is open 7 days a week from 8am-8pm
- Picking: You may pick as many stems as fit in your bucket. This ranges from 20-50 depending on stem size and how much you'd like to squish your flowers. While in the field please do not step on beds, and refrain from hopping over rows, especially atop tall flowers. Dogs are not allowed in the field itself, but there will be a water bowl and a place to attach a leash in the shade near the farmstand.
Where else you can find us:
Find us Saturday mornings at the Annandale Farmers Market from 8am-12pm June 12th-September at City Hall in Annandale, MN. And at the Tiny Diner Farmers Marketwww.tinydiner.com in Minneapolis on Thursdays from 5pm-8pm.
Diamond City Bread
Find Marsha's amazing jams, 'Jars of Summer' at this high-quality bakery in Elk River, MN.
Looking for jam in the Twin Cities? Visit the Produce Exchange booth at Midtown Global Market on Lake Street to find Marsha's 'Jars of Summer.' During the fall you can also purchase our apples.