The Market at Phillips Farms

564 Milford-Warren Glen Road (Rt. 519)
Milford, NJ 08848
908-628-9251

Farm Market

564 Milford-Warren Glen Road (Rt. 519)
Milford, NJ 08848 (map)
908-628-9251

Hours
9:00am–6:30pm
7 days a week

Phillips Farm Market in Holland Township, NJ

From Our Fields to Your Table

Our Farm Market in the heart of Holland Township, New Jersey, is a showcase of the fresh and abundant produce we grow right here on the farm as well as prepared foods such as jam, salsa, and freshly baked bread and a selection of high-quality local products from small independent businesses just like ours.

The Best of
the Season

As the seasons change, so do the products at the Farm Market. Spring brings flowering annuals, perennials, hanging baskets, planters, and herbs from our greenhouses. Strawberries mark the beginning of the summer fruit and vegetable season, with each week bringing something new, fresh, and delicious. Fall brings mums, pumpkins, apples, apple cider, and autumn vegetables.

At Christmas and other holidays, we offer handmade wreaths, decorations, and gift baskets. Winter tends to be quieter, but several crops are harvested well into the colder months and plenty of crunchy sweet apples and crispy vegetables come from our coolers.

See our crop calendar for approximate availability of seasonal produce.  

Phillips Farm Market in Hunterdon County, New Jersey
Live plants and flowers from Phillips Farms greenhouse and plant nursery

Live plants and Cut flowers

Our selection of live plants changes with the seasons, starting with spring blooms like daffodils and lilies and an abundance of herbs. As summer approaches, we offer annual flowers, vegetable starts, and hanging baskets, then flowering perennials and shrubs like hydrangeas and roses. Autumn brings mums, asters, and other cool-weather ornamentals. Winter is time for wreaths and holiday decorations as well as tropical house plants, succulents, and cacti.

Cut flowers and branches are available year-round, including cherry blossoms and pussy willows in spring, sunflowers in summer, eucalyptus in fall, and much more.