RidgeBridge Farm is a 38 acre farm in Avon, Ohio. This locally recognized historic landmark features a bank barn and restored Craftsman foursquare farmhouse built in 1900. The most recognized feature of the farm is the walk bridge connecting the house and barn. The farm's name, RidgeBridge, is derived from its geographic location (along the old ridgeline of Lake Erie) and its most noted architectural feature (the bridge). For decades, this working farm has been widely known for it's crop of Heirloom Tomatoes, and since 1993 has been home to champion Greater Swiss Mountain Dogs. Though most recognized for our bountiful harvests of heirloom tomatoes, we also grow a wide variety of heritage eggplant, cucumbers, peppers, greens, melons, squash, beans and other vegetables. Each spring, we offer our unique heirloom vegetable starts for sale at farmers markets and also directly from the farm. Our Annual Heirloom Plant Sale has become a much anticipated event throughout Ohio and surrounding states. In summer months, we can be found at North Union Farmers Markets with our colorful and delicious produce.
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Our Farm Pledge
No Pesticides. No Herbicides. Never. Ever.
A tradition at RidgeBridge Farm
Ohio's Finest Heirloom Tomatoes
Over 100 Varieties
Annual Heirloom Tomato Plant Sale
May 1 - June 5, 2016
A sampling of our legendary tomatoes