We are a permaculture farm designed and managed by Speak Easy Gardens. We grow perennial fruits/vegetables, nut trees, medicinal/culinary herbs and mushrooms. In the near future we will offer a variety of C.S.A. shares. Some of which are unique fruits/vegetables/nuts, Medicinal or culinary herb shares.
In spring of 2015 we will be open for self guided tours. We will also be holding educational workshops on site
Go green with products from Brick Ends Farm: a composting facility based in South Hamilton, Massachusetts. Our company offers bulk organic garden compost, compost tea, garden soil and compost to farmers and lawn and garden centers throughout Maine, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire.
Our business was founded in 1975, with a goal of restoring fertility to worn out farmland. Green manure crops were used initially, and we later used a heavy application of organic compost. Since then, the land continues to produce high yields of silage corn and vegetables.
Organic Waste Diversion
More than $55 billion worth of food, potential energy, and soil amendments are sent to landfills each year in the United States. Our company helps to divert this waste by using our equipment to create organic compost an alternative to animal manure. In fact, grass germinates in our product in less than a week.
With waste products from cafeterias, curbside pickup, and supermarkets, we are able to create rich compost. In fact, some people call it, "black gold." Other products include enhanced mulch and blended soil mixes. Delivery services are available.
Compost Tea Center
Vermicasting, also called vermicomposting, is the processing of organic wastes through earthworms. It is a natural, odorless, aerobic process, much different from traditional composting. Earthworms ingest waste then excrete casts – dark, odorless, nutrient and organically rich, soil granules that make excellent soil conditioner. Earthworm casts are a ready-to-use fertilizer that can be used at a higher rate of application than compost, since nutrients are released at rates that growing plants prefer. Learn More...
THE CREW: Bruce, Nate, Pete, Peter