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Welcome to Hundred Fruit Farm.

Hundred Fruit Farm is located in beautiful Buckingham, Pennsylvania in the heart of Bucks County. We are a small, ten-acre diversified permaculture farm that uses only regenerative farming methods - no synthetic pesticides, chemical fertilizers, GMOs, antibiotics, or other nasty stuff! We believe it's not enough to just use organic methods; the whole farm should act as a holistic system that improves the soil, benefits the surrounding ecosystems, and strengthens the local community. We grow a wide variety of different things - fruits, berries, veggies, mushrooms, herbs and pastured eggs - and manage our flock of babydoll southdown sheep, which we breed each year. We also have an edible landscape nursery, host an annual permaculture design course, and offer professional permaculture design and consulting services. Come explore what we do, check out our upcoming courses, see what plants we have available for sale, or become part of the Hundred Fruit Farm family by joining our Buyer's Club.

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Come join us for this four-hour hands-on workshop, and go home with two freshly inoculated oyster/shiitake logs and two wine cap pegs that should all start producing mushrooms six months to one year later!

Mushroom Log Cultivation Workshop

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Hundred Fruit Farm is more than just a farm. We also specialize in permaculture design and consulting services, designing edible landscapes, backyard fruit orchards, and even full farm designs. Get rid of the lawn and embrace an edible landscape! Fill out a design questionnaire or check out our portfolio of permaculture designs.

Design

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We now have a nursery (for local pickup only)! Check out what plants we have in stock and come grab some great edible landscaping plants for your yard! We have lots of currants, gooseberries, and elderberries, and some other berries and fruit trees. Nursery visits are by appointment only, April through October.

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Interested in getting some babydoll lambs or sheep for your farm or homestead? Find out more about babydoll sheep, our flock and how we raise them, and how our waitlist and mailing list work when we have sheep or lambs available for sale.

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