Carpenters' Farm


Quentin & Mary Carpenter


Fort Atkinson, WI

About Us

We have farmed in SW Jef­fer­son Coun­ty since 1979 and now are semi-retired but con­tin­ue to sell at the DCFM. In the Spring we raise over 6,000 toma­to and pep­per plants, in the sum­mer we raise a vari­ety of veg­gies and in the fall bring dec­o­ra­tives to some of the pre-Christ­mas mar­kets. We have nev­er used her­bi­cides, non-organ­ic pes­ti­cides or any­thing but our own com­post for our bed­ding plants or our veg­gies. We have a small rem­nant wet prairie along Koshkonong Creek at the bot­tom of our farm and sev­er­al restored areas. We col­lect seed from some of the 80+ native plants found here and sell lim­it­ed amounts of seed and plants raised from the seed. For more info please con­tact Mary or Quentin at the fol­low­ing email address: (quentin.​j.​carpenter@​gmail.​com ).

2023 Update — We expect to have about 6,000 plants again this year with about 60 vari­eties of toma­toes and sev­er­al vari­eties of pep­pers. We also have avail­able about 10 species of wild­flower plants and about 40 species of seeds from our rem­nants and restora­tions. We take orders via email (see above) and we are avail­able at our farm green­hous­es. If com­ing to the farm, please arrange in advance via email or phone (920 723 7067). For more infor­ma­tion on vari­eties, email us and we will send lists of plants and seeds for sale.


Mary and Quentin Carpenter

5 March 2023

About Our Products

see above

What We Offer

  • Beans (fresh / green)
  • Bedding plants
  • Cucumber
  • Dried flowers
  • Grapes
  • Ornamental gourds
  • Peppers
  • Plants
  • Tomatoes
  • Vegetables
  • Wild-gathered items
  • Wreaths

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