Contact Us

 

 

William Morris

 

Katherine

Ostrowski-Morris

 

(410) 867-9162

 

 

Mailing Address:

 

1254 Deep Cove Road

Churchton, Maryland

20733

 

E-Mail :

william@

Deepcovefarms

.com

 

Located in the picturesque lands of southern Anne Arundel County,

Deep Cove Farm has been owned and operated by the Morris family since 1941.

A year-round operation, it provides the very best in fresh produce which can be

found at farmers’ markets throughout Anne Arundel County.

 

 

 

Deep Cove Farms offers herbs at the early season markets. The herbs include numerous varieties of rosemary, thyme (English and lemon), French tarragon, oregano, lavender, parsley, basil, cilantro, chives, sage, and scented geraniums.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Deep Cove tomatoes are a sought-after delicacy which rarely last long on market day.

 

Varieties include Mountain Springs,

Pilgrims and Roma. The mouth watering and ever-popular

Heirloom tomatoes come in various flavors.

 

 

 

Numerous other vegetables make an appearance throughout the year, including summer squash and zucchini, asparagus, okra, lima beans, onions, lettuce, cabbage, broccoli, collard greens, kale, mustard greens, acorn and butternut squash, pumpkins, and several varieties of sweet and hot peppers.

 

 

 

 

 

 

For a well-balanced diet, Deep Cove Farm offers a wide selection of fruits to go with the vegetables.

 

Damson plums, Bradford and Bosc pears, blackberries and red raspberries share the orchards with peach trees that produce some of the juiciest fruit imaginable.

 

Also on the farm are grapevines, a cherry tree and one old tree that produces a fruit that is a hybrid of plum and apricot, known as a “plumcot”.

 

 

 

Deep Cove Farm’s apple orchard is as old as the farm itself, and some of the original trees still stand and deliver their tasty harvest toward the end of each summer.

 

Current varieties include Stayman, Ida Red, Winesap, Rambo, Fugi, Russet, Rome, and Grimes Golden.

 

 

 

The apple orchard ends at the waterfront on a peaceful tributary of the

Chesapeake Bay known as Dent Creek for a relaxing view.