Locally Farmed Organic Vegetable Delivery

20 years of growing organic vegetables and delivering vegetable boxes from our 12-acre farm in Sussex.


What We Do

We produce organic vegetable boxes that are affordable, seasonal, and as fresh and local as possible.

We have different sizes of boxes available for various appetites, from individuals to families.

We are flexible with the items in your boxes. You can change items in your order for something you would like.

Meet us better

Our Organic Farm in Numbers


households per month


experts working


awards won


satisfied customers

Why You’ll Love Us

There is never been a better time to eat organic. Organic means working with nature. We’re coming into a fantastic time for European food.

  • Delicious
  • Ethical
  • Sustainable
  • Seasonal
  • Free delivery

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“Excellent Service”

Their service is brilliant! I really hope some of them are now using your service.


Rating: 5 out of 5.

“Love the flexibility”

We are very happy with the box and we value that we can have the standard box or choose our own.


Rating: 4 out of 5.

“Fantastic quality”

I’m really appreciating the quality and presentation. The flavour of the veg is outstanding.


Try with our vegetables

Our Favourite Recipes

  • Programme 17 – Adlestrop, The Golden Room and The Road Not Taken
    In our 17th programme Lance reads the famous poem ‘Adlestrop’ by Edward Thomas (one of the last two poems describing England before the 1st World War) and then two related poems by others of the Dymock Poets: ‘The Golden Room’ […]
  • Programme 16 – Romantic Poets (Part 2): Keats, Shelley, Byron – and Clare
    In our 16th programme Lance reads one poem by each of the second generation of English Romantic poets: Keats’s ‘To Autumn’; Shelley’s ‘The Cloud’; Byron’s ‘She Walks in Beauty’; and Clare’s ‘Decay’. Download: Programme 16 RSS Feed: The Poetry Podcast […]
  • Programme 15 – Romantic Poets (Part 1) inc Wordsworth’s ‘Daffodils’ & Coleridge’s ‘Kubla Khan’
    In our 15th programme Lance reads four poems by the first generation of English Romantic poets: Wordsworth’s ‘Daffodils’ and an extract from ‘The Prelude’; and Coleridge’s ‘Kubla Khan’ and ‘My Baptismal Birth-day’. The short poem ‘Daffodils’ is from Bad Bad […]