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The Jungle Farm

Innisfail

Phone:403-227-4231

Location: North of Innisfail 6 km on Highway 2 - turn left at "Old Pole Road" sign or South of Red Deer 14 km on Highway 2 - turn right at "Old Pole Road" sign, go 2.5 km West. Farm on right hand side of the road.

Website: The Jungle Farm

We Grow:

Fruit: Junebearing Strawberries, Day Neutral Strawberries, Raspberries, Saskatoon Berries.

Vegetables: Celery, Cucumbers, Lettuce, Mixed, Onions, Pumpkins, Salad Mix, Summer Squash, Winter Squash, Zucchini, Spinach.

Herbs: Dill, Garlic, Parsley.

Specialities: Bedding Plants, Flowers.

Value Added: Jams, Jellies, Pies, Sauerkraut, Frozen Crisps and Pies.

Attractions: Farm Store, Frozen Products, Maze, Petting Zoo, Picnic Area, Pies, Playground, Preserves, Processed Products, Refreshments.

Agri-Tourism: Corn Maze.

Activities For Children: Playground, school tours, day camp programs

Events: April 5-6 Custom Flower Basket Planting, May 10 greenhouse opening, July 13 Garden Open House, July 20 Strawberry Festival, July 27 Local Food Dinner, July 28 Innisfail Growers Customer Appreciation Day, July 30 Jam Making Class from Field to Jar, August 3 Local Food Dinner, August 13 Pickle Making Class from Field to Jar, August 17 Pickl Making Class from Field to Jar, August 31 Opening for Fall Season, September 10 Making Baby Food from local fresh ingredients, September 14 Sauerkraut Festival, September 20 Full Moon Maze, October 5 Fall Festival, October 18 full Moon Maze, October 26-27 Extreme Pumpkin Carving

Other Special Interest: Education - School, seniors, garden clubs, youth groups. Education for preservation - will teach how to make jam, pickles and baby food from local fresh ingredients.

U-Pick/No Appointment Necessary
Pre-picked/Custom orders
Farm Gate Sales
Attends Farmers' Markets
Farmers' Markets Attended: Red Deer, Lacombe, Innisfail, Sylvan Lake, Bentley, Sherwood Park, Olds, Calgary Farmers Market, Northlands, Bearspaw, Triwood
CSA


When you visit a 'pick your own' garden, here are some suggestions to make the day enjoyable:
  • Dress:
    Wear loose, comfortable clothing such as a long sleeved shirt and pants.
  • Cooler:
    Bring a picnic cooler with ice packs to keep those berries and vegetables just right until you get home
  • Bugs and Sun:
    Remember those UV rays - wear a hat, sunglasses and sunscreen. Bring some mosquito repellent, just in case.
  • Call Ahead:
    It is a good idea to call ahead to be sure the farm has a good supply of what you want today - don't go home disappointed!
  • Follow Instructions:
    Please respect the grower's property and follow any written or verbal instructions you are given.
  • Storage of Berries:
    Berries store better unwashed. Do not wash until immediately before use. Store in refrigerator in shallow containers, loosely covered. Use within two or three days.
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