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NorCliff Farms


With baited breath farmers and fiddlehead lovers alike wait for the little fern fronds to pop out of the ground.  For all but a brief harvest season, in the last week of April, first week of May, fiddleheads are picked by hand for about six weeks (depending on the weather).

Nick and Nina Secord own and operate North America’s largest fiddlehead farm right here in Niagara, growing wild harvested ostrich fern fiddleheads.  Each fiddlehead is picked by hand and is rich in iron, potassium and antioxidants.

To buy NorCliff Fiddleheads, visit the grocery store around the end of May.

You can read more about fiddleheads here: NorCliff Farms: Putting Fiddleheads on the Map

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Marlene Duguay
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I would like to know if you have a patch where families can come and pick some.Something like the strawberry farms.

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