AIDIE CREEK GARDENS
       

 

 

Our first field of strawberries (5 acres) was planted in 1968 and harvested in 1969.  From there

we increased to 10 acres and maintained that until this date.  From day 1 the berries

have been sold by “pick your own”

 

Our first greenhouse was built in 1972.  After that we added one greenhouse per year until 1982, 

when we added the final 8 houses.    We now have 11 greenhouses that are used for growing

bedding plants and 8 greenhouses for growing tree seedlings.

 

We grew a wide variety of vegetables in our earlier years, including such things as cabbage,

cauliflower, broccoli, brussels sprouts, corn, peas, beans, and rutabagas.  In the 70’s we were mainly

growing rutabagas, approximately 8 acres per year.

 

In the 70’s our garden center evolved into a relatively complete selection of plant materials that can

be grown in this area. 

 

In the early 80’s we started to grow tree seedlings for reforestation and this continues at the present,

using 8 greenhouses to produce 2 million seedlings annually.

 

In 2016 we planted a few pumpkins to sell. in 2017 we planted many more an started a month long pumpkin festival called Fall Fun Days.