We grow a selection of seasonal fruit and vegetables, free from the use of pesticides, for sale in the farm shop. Anything we don’t grow we source directly from local farmers or the Vale of Evesham. Apart from the staples we also like to stock some more unusual fruit and vegetables such as quinces, damsons, cob nuts, Padron peppers and gourds.
Isle of Wight tomatoes are back!
Cornish New Potatoes
Starting with rhubarb in early April and moving onto summer and autumn raspberries, apples and hedgerow Blackberries we supplement our homegrown fruit with other local soft fruits, such as Cherries, Plums and Greengages, from Q Gardens, Abingdon.
Strawberries from Rectory Farm, Oxford and an excellent range of apples from Nether Heyford, Northants.
In the winter months we graze the lambs on stubble turnips adding extra sweetness to the meat. We also have our own Mutton available throughout the winter months.
At Wykham Park Farm we pride ourselves on producing fresh vegetables straight from the field to your plate. With an ever growing vegetable patch we start the season off with spinach, peas, broad beans, spring greens and runner beans. In our poly tunnel we have a selection of wonderful giant tomatoes, basil, cucumbers and peppers. As we move into autumn cabbages, leeks, beetroot and carrots dominate. Autumn also heralds the start of the pumpkins and squashes, with Little Gem Squash, Crown Prince and Harlequin becoming increasingly popular.
To complement our home grown range of vegetables we source locally grown leeks, broccoli, purple sprouting broccoli, parsnips, cabbages and cauliflowers from a small grower near Oxford. Another farmer near Oxford is the Stanley’s at Rectory Farm who grow a selection of potatoes. We sell varieties such as Saxon, Mozart, Marfona, Maris Piper and King Edwards in both 25kg and 12.5kg sacks, as well as loose, throughout the winter.