The production of high-quality, fresh produce and encouraging the community to buy locally, is at the heart of what we do at Elm Tree Farm.
Our onsite shop is open Monday to Friday 9.00am-3.30pm. We sell a wide variety of vegetables, fruit, flowers, and plants from the farm, as well as handcrafted items from our wood workshop Splinters.
Pop in and visit us, we’re just a five-minute drive from Bristol city centre.
In our market garden, we cultivate a range of seasonal fruit and vegetables, all of which are grown using organic methods. To reduce food waste we use any unsold stock to make our own chutneys and jams.
The nursery grows a range of ornamental potted plants and herbs which are raised from seed in our greenhouses. We also grow popular cut flowers throughout the summer season. In the autumn, we produce apple juice using apples grown in our own orchard.
We have a variety of livestock on the farm including horses, ducks, hens, pigs, cows, lambs, and rabbits. We collect free-range eggs from our hens which are on sale in the shop. When in season, we also sell our freedom-reared, grass-fed meat.
As well as selling our produce to the local community directly from the farm, we have a stall at the Bristol Farmers’ Market at St Nicholas Market, Corn Street, Bristol, every Wednesday, 9.30am-2.30pm, where we sell a variety of produce including items from the nursery, market garden and Splinters.
Splinters is our woodwork project. We produce a range of high-quality wood-based products, including decorative items, for the home and garden. Bird boxes, insect hotels, and wooden planters are just some of the items we make.
We also restore and upcycle wooden furniture which we also sell, as well as carrying out small-scale furniture repairs and restoration projects for customers.
We pride ourselves on using recycled timber where possible, and we also sell kindling and fire blocks from the farm shop.
Grounds & Gardens
Our sister enterprise, Grounds & Gardens, specialise in grounds maintenance and gardening services. Their main base is at Elm Tree Farm.
For more information, visit the Grounds & Gardens website.