Produce

Jams and Preserves
Made with our own farm grown produce or sourced as locally as possible to bring you the freshest tasting jams and preserves.
We grow our own garlic for our garlic jelly range, rhubarb and many of the vegetables found in our chutney and relishes.
We often create very small runs of special preserves to use up a gluts or gifts of local fruits so look out for some very unusual combinations!
Free Range Eggs
We run a small flock of mixed heritage chickens within the orchard.
They add much need phosphorous to our depleted solis and act as great bug controllers.
We value the diversity of size, colours and habits of our flock who get to lead a long and productive life
Our girls come from diverse background and include leghorns, australopes, araucanas, and many crosses of sussex and rhode island reds.
We sell small numbers of mixed coloured eggs and use them in our lovely curds.
Red & Black Logan Berries
Leaves like a raspberry, fruit-appearance of a blackberry, and a flavour that is a marriage of the two.
Plant is incredibly trailing; its strong canes will grow vine-like along the ground.
Fruit ripens inconsistently (some ripe fruit and unripe fruit on the bush at once).
Ripeness is determined by deep red-purple colour; fruit does not pull away from core even when ripe.
Boysenberries
Has dusty, purple-coloured fruit, about 3 cm long and from 2 to 3 cm in width.
The growing habit is that of a trailing vine.
On a well established bush, the vines measure up to seven meters.
Murrindindi
Australian bred fine-tasting, semi-erect thornless blackberry.
Silvanberries
Thorny trailing cultivar with large glossy red/black fruit resembling wild blackberry from early December to mid January.
Silvanberries were developed in Australia for their large berries and purple black colour with a medium to fine texture.