Welcome to Cordelia's Farm

Home to Our Family for Seven Generations

Cordelia’s Farm is a working family farm located in Berlin, Massachusetts.  The Farm has been home to our family for 7 generations, and we have been farming here since the 1830s.  We specialize in the production of small fruit and vegetables, including blueberries, strawberries and raspberries, as well as corn, tomatoes and a large assortment of other vegetables.


Open for the Season!

Our 2024 season has now begun!  We will be open daily from 10am – 5pm.  Stop by for some fresh asparagus and browse our colorful collection of annuals, vegetable and herb plants.  


Asparagus Has Arrived

The asparagus is coming in already and this year’s crop looks excellent.  With the hot temps this week the supply is plentiful, so now is the perfect time to stop by if you have been waiting all winter for this early season treat.


Spring Plants

We have a growing selection of spring plants available, with even more on the way.

Browse a colorful collection of annuals and perennials, perfect for your home garden, planters or window boxes.

Starting a vegetable garden?  We have you covered with plants ready to go right into the ground, including tomatoes, peppers, lettuce, cucumbers, summer squash, zucchini and much more.

Christmas Trees at Cordelia's Farm

2024 CSA Registration Has Begun

Registraion for our 2024 Community Supported Agriculture program is now underway!  If you are interested in joining this year’s CSA, or if you would simply like to learn more about how our program works, we encourage you to stop by our CSA page for more information.

Pick Your Own Crops

Wondering when our pick your own crops will be available?
Check below.

Strawberries Start:


Blueberries Start:

July – Early August

Raspberries Start:

Summer Crop: Early July
Fall Crop: Early September

Flowers Start:

Mid July

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We Have Changed Our Name!

After several years of thought and research, we have decided to change the name of our farm.   Our new name was chosen in recognition of one of our ancestors, Cordelia Bigelow Hastings.  Over the course of this season, we will introduce you to Cordelia and the significant role she played in shaping the farm as we know it.

We are still the same farm, family and friendly staff you have come to know over the years.  All that is changing is the name, a change that will allow us to share with you our family’s story here in Berlin.

Learn more about Cordelia and why we changed the name over on our blog.