Have you ever wondered how many tomatoes one small farm can grow? Well, under the stewardship of Dan, Jennifer, and Helen, Rainbow Tomatoes has 320 varieties!

Thanks to our loyal and diverse customers, our family brought a rainbow of flavors and colors to tables up and down the Eastern seaboard. Our tomato season is over until July 2021. What will we share in the winter, you ask?

We offer an eclectic range of homemade food and products we love. From chocolate biscotti to shisho flavored flake salt, there’s a story behind just about everything we sell, and we’d be happy to tell you all about it. We specialize in small batch and custom products, and take special orders. Like the spicy peanuts but want habanero powder instead of cayenne? We can do that. We welcome the chance to make you the food that makes you happy, because we know how much it means to have something grown, created, and crafted with care.

Online Farm Stand

Enjoy the dry goods treats of Rainbow Tomatoes Garden and Sunflour Bakery. Also featuring products from Hels’ Bells Handmade and the Wunderbarn.

Before you start shopping, please know that we manually calculate shipping. That means you can’t pay online immediately. After you check out, we will confirm your order, weigh it, and then give you a final total. At that point, you can pay by lots of different online methods (Venmo, PayPal to our email, Zelle, or send us a check). Keep your eye open for an email from us about payment options.

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The Wunderbarn

The Wunderbarn is a performing and visual arts space devoted to revelatory and wondrous experiences. The Rainbow Tomatoes stand is attached to the Wunderbarn, an 18th century barn which has been transformed into a theatre and create space.

Join The Wunderbarn email list to receive a monthly update on workshops, playshops, performances, and upcoming events. When it is safe to be in one another’s presence again, the barn doors will be wide open to gatherings. In the meantime, join us as we revel and find wonder in creative online spaces.

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