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Rivendell Farm started in the early 1980s as a horse farm in eastern Habersham County. In 2016 a new generation of the family took on the task of maintaining the property and fulfilling a dream of growing as much of their own food as possible and the first garden was established that year. Despite drought and fires, the first winter garden was quite a success, with summer items producing well into Thanksgiving. It’s been slow and steady expansion ever since.
2019 finds us growing close to 175 unique herbs, vegetables, fruits, berries and foraged items in three garden spaces, berry arbors and small orchard. Like unusual and rare varieties? We love finding and sharing unusual foods, from purple cauliflower and glass gem corn to pink green beans and hot peppers from Macedonia. We are currently growing produce sourced from 5 continents and always testing new varieties.