At Heeler, we have a nose for purity.
At Heeler, we strive to provide healthy affordable produce. We use natural farming methods to make sure the best quality food ends up on our consumers' tables. At Heeler, we do not cut corners in providing the very best.
Farm to Table Freshness
Quality over Quantity
How we grow
The HOW in farming really matters.
We take what we do very seriously.
You can see it and taste it in our products.
Sustainable agriculture and natural farming means taking care of the land so that in turn the land can take care of us. Yes, it is harder to farm this way. The yields are often smaller, but the rewards are greater.
We source and plant only the highest quality seeds. We make our own high-nutrient all natural fertilizer/compost on our very own ranch. We care for our crops by-hand.
Why We Grow
We are a family-owned and operated farm. Cultivators of the land who understand the importance of having high quality whole foods be affordable and available.
From seed to harvest, our mission is always quality fresh farm to table goodness for
the health and happiness of our consumers.
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What we grow
We grow broccoli, cauliflower, fennel, peppers, beets, radishes, strawberries, watermelon, tomatoes and lots more.
Our specialty crop is MIKE's TOMATOES, multi-varieties all bursting with color and flavor.
We grow flowers for gardens, baskets and pot starters. Our usuals are zinnias, petunias, daisies, and mums.
WHAT's GROWING AT HEELER FARMS 2023
Red Ace Beets (Hybrid)
The most standard red beet. Reliable, adaptable, and fast-maturing beet with strong tops. Sweet and tender, even when older. Medium-tall, red-veined greens for bunching.
Ageratum – Timeless Mix (Annual)
Classic filler in harmonious colors. Long-lasting 1–2" flower clusters add texture and interest to mixed bouquets. Mix includes lovely shades of red, pink, blue, and white, which complement any color scheme. Attracts bees and butterflies to the garden. Ideal for beds, containers, and cutting. For continuous blooms from early summer until frost, make 2–3 successive plantings. Ageratum is also known as flossflower.