Jams, jellies, pickles, rose tea, naturally grown vegetables, homemade breads, chutneys, ketchup
The unique items we sell come from rose petals. The rose jelly is our most popular product but we also produce a rose salad dressing, rose syrup and rose tea.
Most people really enjoy that very special taste of flowers.
History of Our Business
Six years ago we bought a farm. The old dream was becoming true… Coming from Montreal, it seemed like a nice retirement.
Since then, we’ve never stopped working, and working hard. The first two years we didn’t have any power. The third year we finally got solar energy, which was a luxury.
It’s true that our first idea was to eat good vegetables, naturally grown, but we quickly expanded the fields – getting more and more wonderful vegetables.
It became our passion to develop new products coming from our fields. To create new recipes to put in jars is a great challenge and our customers encourage us every day.
We will soon have a commercial kitchen to respond to strict regulations of the Quebec province concerning canning jars, as the production has grown so well.
We are also building a greenhouse to provide fresh vegetables year round.
Visit us at our farm.
Open 7 days a week ~ 7am to 9pm.
To Find Us
From the Pembroke Farmers’ Market:
– Take the main street of Pembroke, go east.
– Turn left on Hwy 148 east to go to Quebec.
– Turn left on Pembroke road (follow Allumette Island sign).
– After 11 km, you will pass through Chapeau. Continue straight ahead and cross the bridge to Chichester.
– On the corner of the Lepine Garage, turn left on Chapeau-Sheenboro road.
– Then turn right on Nicabeau road. That road will become Old Nicabeau road. Follow the indications to the Northfork restaurant.
– Before the last turn to reach Northfork, go straight ahead on Malone road for 2 km.
– The El Camino farm will be on the left side of the road.