Produce we grow: Arugula, Basil, Beans, Beets, Blackberries, Broccoli, Brussel Sprouts, Carrots, Cauliflower, Corn, Cucumbers, Cut Flowers, Eggplant, Gourds, Herbs, Hot Peppers, Kale, Leeks, Lettuce, Muskmelons, Peppers, Pumpkins, Raspberries, Spinach, Snap Peas, Strawberries, Summer Squash, Sunflowers, Tomatoes, Watermelon, Winter Squash, Zucchini.
Produce we sell that is grown by other local farms: Apples, Apricots, Nectarines, Peaches, Plums, Potatoes.
Other Products: Berries, Bread and pies from the Blue Duck, Cherries, Copia Granola, Miss Amy’s Jams, Pears, Tate’s Cookies.
We now also sell our own HONEY!!
“Jim Pike grew up in New York’s Westchester County and dreamed of being a farmer, so he moved to Bridgehampton and started growing the most wonderful vegetables. Visiting Jennifer at the stand is truly one of my great pleasures. They’re best known for their corn, tomatoes, and basil, but their vegetables and melons are truly special, too.”
—Ina Garten, Barefoot Contessa at Home
We farm about 65 acres in and around Sagaponack. Most of our farmland is leased, since even preserved farmland in the Hamptons is rather expensive.
About 20 acres each year is set aside for sweet corn production. Jim spends his winters searching for the sweetest varieties available. He plants corn about every three days in the summer, since the peak of each ear’s flavor only lasts that long.
The next largest crop is tomatoes. We grow over 25 varieties, and will plant around 16,000 plants during the season. We start all of our transplants (except leeks and onions) from seed in our greenhouse. This allows the most control over variety, health, and timing of our plants. We will plant five different crops of tomatoes over the course of a season, plus the Greenhouse Tomatoes, which will grow entirely inside and produce tasty tomatoes in June, a full month before field harvest begins.
We thank the Peconic Land Trust for their help and land preservation efforts. Please read about them in the articles linked below and consider giving your support [here]…– Newsday, “Peconic Land Trust Farmland Sale Touted as Preservation Win”
– East Hampton Star, “Fighting Fake Farms”
– Edible East End, “Roadside Diaries: Pike Farms”
– 27east(dot)com, “Town Uses a New Tool to Keep the Farm in Farmland”
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Pike Farms, PO Box 182, Sagaponack NY 11962