About Us

5th Generation Farm dedicated to growing food to feed people and creating soils that enrich your gardens. 

Services:

- Food 
- Soil & Mulch

- Compost
- Wood Chips

- Screener Rental

Location & Phone

21 Wells Road 

Cape Elizabeth, ME 04107
207-671-5341 - Penny 

207-807-1761 (Soil Products)

Created by Jordan's Farm Marketing Department

Landscape Products

21 Wells Road Cape Elizabeth

Jordan's Farm Stand

21 Wells Road Cape Elizabeth  

by Mary Anne Cary

The Farm Stand

161 Ocean Street South Portland

Butcher Shop & Fresh Produce 

Maine Farms First

 

Closed for Renovations

Closed for Season

Fresh Produce & Other Maine Products

All Maine - All Good!

Closed for the Season

A LITTLE ABOUT US

William H. Jordan Farm is one of several remaining farms in Cape Elizabeth, and a major contributor to the town’s rural character. Local residents enjoy dropping by the stand to pick up farm fresh vegetables for dinner or a cookout. We pride ourselves in offering not only our own products but offer products from across Maine. We believe that by supporting other farms and small businesses we can help create a vibrant and sustainable economy.

 

Our goal is that our customers will have a broad enough selection of Maine products that they can leave the farm stand with a meal. Juicy strawberries, sweet corn, tomatoes, crisp lettuce and greens, fall squashes and green beans are among our customer's favorites. We’re a working farm, so you’re likely to meet one of the family members bringing fresh produce into the stand when you visit. In any given season we farm between 55 and 60 acres of land.

The following is a partial list of vegetables that we grow for our customers:

 

  • Strawberries

  • Lettuces

  • Bell Peppers

  • Tomatoes

  • Potatoes

  • Summer squash

  • Zucchini

  • Corn

  • Swiss chard

  • Cutting flowers Eggplant

  • Fall squashes

  • Pumpkins

  • Gourds

  • Onions

  • Salad greens

  • Peas

  • Green beans

  • Cucumbers

  • Specialty vegetables

 

We plant several varieties of many of these vegetables. For a more complete list, and a calendar of their growing seasons, go to What’s in Season.

At Jordan’s Farm we employ sustainable farming practices. This means that we use green manure ground covers, amend our soil with compost and use chemical pesticides and herbicides as little as possible to preserve the natural nutrients of our soils. 

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Peewee y Emily
2017 Strawberry
2017 PYO SIGN
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Karen Peace Sign
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Peewee y Emily
2017 Strawberry
2017 PYO SIGN
karen k red strawberry fields (fall)
Karen Peace Sign
Strawberry Fields - June