One Fine Farmer

We will miss our Mick!


He filled the dash between his dates with so many friends and loved ones.

He told it like it was.

Fresh Cut From the Farm

For the 2017 Flower Season

We  offer a wide range of fresh cut flowers in season. 
We can create arrangements for any event or sell bulk so you can add your own touch.
Each week brings something new as more and more buds explode with color. Snap dragons, sweet peas, delphiniums, zinnias, marigolds, yarrow, batchlor buttons, and so much more.We grow over ten different sunflowers that bloom at various times during the season. 
Every flower needs a home, every home needs a flower.
You can find them at our local farm market locations or by appointment visit our farm at 1711 Netecher Rd. Jefferson, Ohio.
Call 440-862-1691 and ask for Kay for special event orders.


See us at the Markets


Look for us at the


2017  Farmer's Markets


We will be bringing our popular fresh flower arrangements,


and our fresh picked farm grown vegetables.

The North Union Farmers Market on Shaker Square - Saturdays 8:00am - noon
Starting in May
The Ashtabula Farmers Market -  Sundays 10:00am - 2:00pm
In the Historic Ashtbula Harbor on Bridge Street.
Starting in June
Rain or Shine
Follow these markets and us on Facebook for the latest news.

Mick Prochko is Best in County

Best in County

There is no doubt now that Mick is the best. On Sept. 20, 2011 At the Best in the County dinner he was honored by the Ashtabula County Growth Partnership with the George H. Kaull Award for Entre[reneurship.  The annual event was held at the SPIRE Institute in Geneva, Ohio with over 400 local business and community leaders. Mick was recognized for his commitment to making agriculture and Covered Bridge Gardens a strong factor in the growing movement of strength in Ashtabula County. He delighted attendees with an enthusiastic speech that exhibited why what ever he does he does with a flare. He ended with a reminder to all to not strip back his corn. This brought out the usual smiles that only Mick can.

The Prochko family has been a part of the agricultural community in Ashtabula County since 1936.
We are proud of 80 years of sustainable farming and three generations of family working the land.


Photos from our gallery

Image Detail
Fresh Picke...
Image Detail