Carpenters' Farm


Quentin & Mary Carpenter


Fort Atkinson, WI

About Us

We have farmed in SW Jefferson County since 1979 and now are semi-retired but continue to sell at the DCFM. In the Spring we raise over 10,000 tomato and pepper plants, in the summer we raise a variety of veggies and in the fall bring decoratives to some of the pre-Christmas markets. We have never used herbicides, non-organic pesticides or anything but our own compost for our bedding plants or our veggies. We have a small remnant wet prairie along Koshkonong Creek at the bottom of our farm and several restored areas. We collect seed from some of the 80+ native plants found here and sell limited amounts of seed and plants raised from the seed. For more info please contact Mary or Quentin at the following email address: ( ).

2020 Update - We reduced our tomato plants to 5,000 plants but still have available 50 varieties of tomatoes and 10 varieties of peppers plus about 10 species of wildflowers this year. Until the DCFM re-opens on the Square, we will be delivering to the Willow Island pick-up site on Saturdays with pre-orders via the WhatsGood app. We also take orders via email (see above) and we are available at our farm greenhouses. If coming to the farm, please arrange in advance via email or phone (920 723 7067 or 6035). For more information on varieties, email us and we will send lists of plants and seeds for sale.


Mary and Quentin Carpenter

10 May 2020

About Our Products

see above

What We Offer

  • Beans (fresh / green)
  • Bedding plants
  • Cucumber
  • Dried flowers
  • Grapes
  • Ground cherries
  • Kale
  • Ornamental gourds
  • Peppers
  • Perennial plants
  • Plants
  • Potatoes
  • Rhubarb
  • Tomatoes
  • Vegetables
  • Wild-gathered items
  • Wreaths