Bringing you fresh homegrown produce
without any pesticides or herbicides
Thank you for visiting Andy's Countryside Farm Market and Greenhouse, where we take pride in growing each one of our vine-ripened, old-fashioned, sweet & tasty tomatoes. Our tomatoes are grown in controlled conditions without the use of pesticides. That is why our sweet & tasty tomatoes are the most flavorful in South Jersey!
We are located in Petersburg, NJ and offer a variety of seasonally fresh produce, fruit, herbs, flowering plants, and tomatoes all available at our Farmers Market here on our farm.
Have a look around to see how we grow our tomatoes from seedlings to sweet & tasty tomatoes and where you can visit our farmer's market!
Andy Kraynock was born and raised in South Jersey and has devoted most of his life to growing the perfect tomato. It all started back in 1969 when Andy planted his first seedlings. During his more than 50 years of farming, Andy has perfected the ideal conditions for growing the most flavorful sweet & tasty tomatoes!
He and his wife, Maria, take painstaking care to provide their customers with top-quality Jersey Fresh produce. They love to see new faces at the stand so make sure to visit them at Andy's Countryside Farm located right on their farm in Petersburg, New Jersey. Just look for the greenhouses!
Andy’s latest project is growing F1 Hybrid Heirloom Tomatoes with seeds imported from France.
Have phenomenal taste. 🍅
We always welcome new customers. We have been in business so long that we have had four generations from the same family as customers and consider them family.
If you want to know to how to grow the plants, ask Andy for his expertise.
If you would like to know to how to cook it and prepare your fresh picked or purchased fruits and vegetables, feel free to ask Maria.
As we expand, we need to build more greenhouses!
Our season runs from May through November.
Available all season, Maria’s famous Homemade bruschetta made with our own pesticide free herbs and Roma tomatoes and imported olive oil from Greece.