Welcome to Clevedon Herbs & Produce! We grow fresh herbs and produce for markets and home delivery in the Auckland area.

Our farm is situated in the Wairoa Gorge, 5 minutes from Clevedon Village and 40 minutes south east of Auckland City.

Our core business shifted from hydroponically growing fancy lettuce for supermarkets throughout New Zealand, to providing fresh herbs and a range of produce and seedlings for markets in the Auckland area.

We grow everything ourselves.  All of our produce is either spray free or we have used an organic spray only on them.

Three ways to purchase from us:

  1. Order a box to be delivered to your home anywhere in New Zealand (click on the image above). Orders need to be received by midnight on Sundays.  Free delivery to Auckland residential for orders over $40.  $6.00 for rest of New Zealand.
  2. From our farm gate (360 McNicol Road, Clevedon - on the left just before the Whiteside Lane turnoff).  It should be fully stocked Tuesday-Sunday.  We try and have a day off on Monday.
  3. Visit us at one of the following markets. 

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Place your orders by midnight tonight for your mid week vege box delivery! All picked fresh at our farm and delivered straight to your door🌱❤️

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We are so in love with our local friends Forage & Ferment wild kraut! You can find them at the Clevedon Village Farmers Market every Sunday. Here's some served up with our sugar snap peas - yum!

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Hooray for Labour Weekend!! This long weekend is the traditional time to get your green thumb out and get stuck into the garden!!😁🌱🌱

So it's time to plant all those seasonal veges like tomatoes🍅, cucumbers, capsicums, courgettes, chilli's🌶️ etc.. We have a wide selection of other veges and herbs too😊 All grown at our farm in Clevedon with love❤️🌱

Saturday Markets:
Howick 8am-12.30pm (we're in the carpark)
Britomart 8am-1pm
Mairangi Bay 7am-10am (in carpark behind the green gables)

Clevedon Village Farmers Market 8am-1pm

Also available online and at our farm gate.


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