Harvest Lane Farm Market

Fresh Fruits and Vegetables :: All Summer Long

The art of farming

We work hard so you can eat good!

Homegrown Raspberries!

Fresh and Delicious

Our own Home Cattle.

Diversification is what we do.

About

 

Who we are…

A small part of Harvest Lane

Harvest Lane Farm is a second and third generation family farm located in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. In 1956 we began growing produce, specializing in tomatoes for the wholesale market. As nearby farmland was being sold to developers rather swiftly, we saw an opportunity to retail produce, which we began in 1996. Currently we raise fruits and vegetables on 25-30 acres of farmland primarily for our retail market. Our marketing season runs May through October.

Our Mission Statement…

God\'s world is so beautiful.

We believe that “the earth is the Lord’s, and all its fullness, the world and those that dwell therein.” Psalm 24:1 Therefore, our purpose at Harvest Lane Farm is to be good stewards of what the Lord has blessed us with, and in turn provide our customers with fresh, quality produce.

What We Are Growing…

We produce fresh fruit all summer long.

This year we are growing our own sweet corn, tomatoes (beefsteak, heirloom, and grape), raspberries, watermelons, cantaloupes, strawberries, peppers, squash, lettuce, broccoli, cabbage, brussel sprouts, and cauliflower.

We also have our own high density orchard were we grow a variety of delicious white and yellow peaches and nectarines.

Haygrove Tunnels…

Outside view of our tunnels.

A high tunnel is a greenhouse frame covered in plastic but with no artificial heat source. It is used to extend the growing season by allowing for earlier and later production. It also provides protection from rain related diseases, thus eliminating the need for fungicides. We are able to harvest significantly more #1 quality produce because of the protected environment.

After using a small tunnel, we decided to start using a large-scale Haygrove Tunnel that is 2/3rds of an acre in size. Currently we are growing tomatoes, peppers, and raspberries in it.

Inside view of one of our tunnels.