2016 celery patch

2016 celery patch

Local Vegetables and Herbs

We grow and sell freshly harvested, naturally grown, high quality vegetables and herbs.  Most of our produce is grown outdoors.  The long days and short cool nights result in exceptionally flavorful vegetables.

We sell mainly at the Homer Farmers Market and now online with the newly organized Kenai Peninsula Food Hub.   Our produce is also offered at some of the Homer area's excellent restaurants. 


Naturally grown

We use only natural, sustainable fertilizers and pest control techniques.  Our sources include Alaskan fish bone meal and organically certified made in Alaska compost.  We use organically grown seed when possible and never use synthetic chemical fertilizers, herbicides or pesticides.


We grow here:





And sell here:

We are located a few miles south of Anchor Point, AK.  Our road begins across from Black Water Bend Espresso, mile 161 on the Sterling Hwy.  Three and a half miles back on a rough gravel road and  you are here.

We love to have visitors when possible.  Those days tend to be Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays.  Contact us in person at the market or give us a call or email.  907-299-4158 / pjwillgrow@gmail.com

You can always see us at the Homer Farmers Market.  We attend both Wednesday and Saturday markets and set up in the back vegetable vendor row.  Our booth is always stocked with the best of what we are currently offering.  Attend early for the widest selection.

Now, we're online as one of the virtual vendors selling on the Kenai Peninsula Food Hub site.   Orders are made online and picked up at a predetermined site.  In 2017 the pick up location will be at the Alaska Wild Emporium, in the old Wild Berry building on Pioneer Avenue in down town Homer.  Click on the link at the top of the page to learn more.

We are proud to supply some of Homer's coolest restaurants.  Look for our salads at Finn's Pizza on the spit and The Alibi Bar and Cafe.  We also regularly supply vegetables and herbs to Two Sisters Bakery, Fresh Catch, The Saltry, and Kachemak Bay Wilderness Lodge.