Where to Buy & Friends of BCR

We can mail this little pack. It contains just enough Storm-cast to give a few of your houseplants winter support. bearcoveresources@gmail.com_JLI9983

Next year’s garlic is in the ground. Bags of Storm-cast are ready for 2017-18 deliveries and markets. Give a call to drop in or email to arrange to meet us for your Storm-cast. Bob & Betsy spent three days at ACORN 2017 in Truro and came home with refreshed farm and garden enthusiasm.

We are planning our February-July Markets, Seedy Saturdays, Garden Club meetings and deliveries. Contact us to get on the list or to share ideas. 

 Upcoming Events: 12th Annual “Seedy Saturday” Event February 17th, 2018 at the MARC, Municipal Activity Recreation Centre, #33 Leary Fraser Rd, Dayspring


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Occasionally we get to the Lunenburg Farmers’ Market, Thursdays 8-12 or Privateer Farmers’ Market in Liverpool, Saturdays 9-1.

Looking for Storm-cast or Fog’s Own Produce?  Call or email to arrange a pick up.

Fog’s Own Produce, seaweed grown in the fog zone – available, check facebook or call.  Let us know if you want some fresh, quality produce.

Bob and Betsy are working on Garden Club presentations for 2017. Contact us if you would like us to visit your group or to include your Bulk order-Garden Clubs, schools, community gardens, farmers-on the 2017-18 order list.

Visit Our Friends at the following links:

New for 2017: The Bedford Basin Farmers Market is a busy spot located on the Bedford Highway. Step into the market area for all sorts of kitchen tastes, stay for some great coffee and roam through the large garden spaces. 

Looking for Nova Scotia seasonal produce? folk art? a scoop of ice cream? Bob & The Boys  has been one of our favorite stops for 20+ years!

In the Town of Berwick, in the heart of the Annapolis Valley. Say “hello” to the retrievers Cedar and Zinnia and Crackers the duck when you’re visiting Briar Patch Nursery.

New for 2017: Check out Blomidon Nurseries in Wolfville for almost anything to do with gardens and gardening. And now they have Storm-cast.

Visit Bunchberry Nurseries in Upper Clements a short jaunt from Annapolis Royal where Jill’s gardens complement the historical town and great restaurants.

We are so happy to have product available in New Brunswick at Co-op Home & Farm Supply on Saint Mary’s St. in Fredericton. (506-458-9308)

Drop in to see just what Kayla and Brent have done with Earltown General Store; kept that hometown feel and added lots of perks. Bring your shopping list.

Congratulations to Elmwood Winery on opening a shop on site. Include a visit to this vineyard located near Bridgewater in your Nova Scotia wine tour; get the low down on the sustainable practices from growing the grapes to your glass. Bruce has handed over the reins to some new owners who are gathering the wine wits, with Bruce’s assistance. Best of luck with this treasure.

J & R Comeau Greenhouses. The Comeau family started their greenhouses in South West Nova Scotia over 50 years ago. They are happy houses full of beautiful, healthy plants.

Halifax Seed. Need artichoke or zinnia seed?  From boots to workshops; anything a gardener could want. The Tregunno family- run business has been supporting gardeners since 1866.

Helping Nature Heal. Rosmarie and her team are eco-conscience from design to completion.

New for 2017: Traveling to Chester? Plan for a stop at Oceanview Home and Garden, a cheerful garden centre with way too much to describe here.

Back for 2017: Stop in at Oscars Liverpool Flowers, Gifts, and Such Espresso Bar & Café for a coffee, lunch, a snack, or just to shop. Oscar’s is a great spot for a meeting or a quiet read; they have your spot.

Garden eye candy. Ask Alice at Ouest-Ville Perennials about your planting plans and enjoy the peaceful beauty of her gardens. We do.

New for 2017: Have you been to Organic Earth Market lately?  Are you looking for that quality healthy snack or ingredient? Bring your list and be prepared to be distracted and inspired.

Travel a few minutes inland off the 103 to Mill Village and the Riverbank General Store and Restaurant. Explore the nooks and spaces filled with general goods of all sorts, hand made items from the workshop, and stop for a lovely meal in a modern eatery.

Crystal of Secret Gardens by Crystal has a certain delightful garden madness in her pots.

Touring the south shore coastline? Stop in to The Petite Rivière General Store, a convenience store with a bit of everything.

Just 6 minutes from our house. Country living gets even better with the expansion of The Port Grocer Cafe & Art Space, a joyful spot for good eats, changing art & music and shelves filled with lots of local NS goodies.

We met the West River Greenhouses group at NSAGC 2016 in Pictou at that lovely Wellness Center. Hey BearCoveBob, Farmer Bob has an interesting blog.

New for 2016: Withrow’s Farm Market has lots going on-meats, market garden, garden supplies, so much more over a few locations, and now Storm-cast.

Our Heritage Pack is pasteurized and heat sealed. It can travel with you across borders and is easy to mail. Thank you to Farmers’ Markets of Nova Scotia for helping us launch ‘a taste of Nova Scotia for your plants’ at Saltscapes Expo in the Spring. Look for them at:

Annapolis Royal Historic Gardens, a walk around these gardens is an easy and pleasant bit of exercise.

The South Shore Genealogical Society celebrates the old ways, including collecting sea manure carefully for use on our gardens.

Queens County Museum and the Perkins House on Main Street will bring you back to the age of the Privateers and settlement to the modern day in Liverpool, always a vibrant town.

Give your garden a Nova Scotia traditional treat.

Give your garden a Nova Scotia traditional treat.