336 Bunker Hill Rd • Strasburg, PA 17579 • 717-687-0980

Good Harvest Farms

Being Fresh Is Our Business

Upcoming Events


Customer Appreciation Day

8:30am - 5:30pm

At Good Harvest Supply, we know you appreciate the quality and variety of our plants!  We would like to thank our loyal customers for your patronage by having a CUSTOMER APPRECIATION DAY on Saturday, May 6th from 8:30 am until 5:30 pm!  You will find special discounts on selected items throughout the day. Plus enjoy donuts from SUGAR ON TOP - STRASBURG!  And, of course, the day would not be complete without door prizes!  Join us for this fun filled day!



10:00 am


MAY 20th at 10:00 am

Join us on Saturday, May 20th, for our SUCCULENT PLANTER class.  This class is for beginners, experts, and everyone in between!  Let our succulent expert, Joan, help you make your very own succulent garden to enjoy in your home!

There is a $10 fee for this class that will cover guidance, instructions, our Good Roots Potting Mix, and pebbles to give your garden its finished look! There will also be refreshments for the workshop participants! You can register here on our website via PayPal or stop in at our Garden Center.  

Bring your own container or purchase one from our garden center. You will be able to shop from our large variety of succulents, along with a new selection of pots!  At the end of the workshop, you will be responsible to pay for all succulents and containers.  

Deadline for our May 20th class is Wednesday, May17th.   Class size is limited so don't delay in signing up!


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Garden Center, Farm & Greenhouses

336 Bunker Hill Rd.
Strasburg, PA 17579

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Phone Number: 717-687-0980
Fax Number: 717-687-5167


Monday, Wednesday, Friday
8:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.

Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
8:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.

Farm Stand

Lancaster County Farmer's Market
389 West Lancaster Ave.
Wayne, PA 19087

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Phone: (610) 293-1370


Wednesday & Friday
8 a.m. – 6 p.m.

8 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Humble Beginnings

Chris Powell's first job was hauling apple crates from the field to the barn after school – a job he enjoyed. That led to bigger, better jobs, with more responsibility. After working through high school and being a partner for six years, Chris felt it was time to invest in his own plot of land. In 1990, Good Harvest Farms was founded.    

Chris began wholesaling vegetables and flowers through auctions and stores. While successful, he felt the real goal should be selling his crops directly to the consumer. His small roadside stand soon grew much bigger. With the help of his wife Cindy, Good Harvest Farms continued to grow and they eventually joined with the Lancaster County Farmer's Market. The business has grown 10-fold since 1990 – mainly because Chris listens to what his customers want – the freshest fruits and vegetables available. In 2000, Good Harvest Farms added hydroponic lettuce and herbs to the mix. The only way to get fresher produce is to grow it in your own back yard.

"Being Fresh is our Business," and we will continue to grow what our customers want.

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