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          OUR HISTORY

 

Triple M Farms, owned and operated by the Jack and Susan Newark, is located near the Kent-Sussex line in middle Delaware. We are a small family-owned farm, the name derived from children  Mason and Melanie and, of course, Mom. Dad's title is officially "General labor". Our plants are all grown on site with a few exceptions so they are hearty to Delaware weather. Our specialty is herbs and unusual flowers. We are licensed by the Plants and Industries section of the Delaware Department of Agriculture (License # 167).

 

In addition to the greenhouse, we also offer naturally grown vegetables and free range brown eggs. We also have an active apiary with delicious honey available. 

 Delivery of products is available within the Dover to Rehoboth area. We also offer shipping on most of our products.

We also sell at the Downtown Milford Farmer's Market 9-1 Saturdays May-Oct. This market is open rain or shine!

          Hours and directions

 

Please call 302-398-8039 before visiting our farm to make sure we are here.

Our address: Jack and Susan Newark, 10326 Shawnee Road, Harrington DE 19952

Shawnee Road is Route 36, also called the Milford-Greenwood Road by locals.

We are 6.5 miles from the light at US113 in Milford OR 5 miles from the light at 16 if coming from  US13.

(Basically halfway between Milford and Greenwood--don't ask why the post office calls this Harrington!)

Cash, check, or credit cards through Paypal.  Web orders accept paypal.com.

Email us at swnewark@gmail.com

          AFFILIATIONS

 

State of Delaware Nursery license #167

State of Delaware Master Gardener

Member of the Delaware Herb Growers and Marketing Association

Member of the Delaware State Beekeepers Association

Member of the Milford Garden Club and Delaware State Federation of Garden Clubs

Certification in Nutrient Management by the State of Delaware



 

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