Welcome to Ter-Lee Gardens

Ter-Lee Gardesn sells our locally grown, farm fresh vegetables at Bemidji & Bagley area Farmers' Markets.Our farm, home to delicious strawberries and northern Minnesota’s finest vegetables, is located in north central Minnesota, Clearwater County, just south of Bagley and 20 miles north of the Headwaters of the Mississippi.

Our season begins with tender asparagus in May, hand-picked and sold direct from the farm. The purple tops show you the high sugar content of our tasty and healthy spears, and once you've tried asparagus this fresh, you'll join us for one of the most pleasant signs of spring!

Locally grown vegetables, from asparagus to tomatoes, sweet corn, peppers and more!  Visit Ter-Lee Gardens Farm Market at the Bemidji and Bagley area farmers' markets in Minnesota. Around late-June to early July, the farm is abundant with beautiful red, sweet, juicy strawberries. We provide pick-your-own and pre-picked strawberries. If you are making a special trip to the farm, please call to be sure: (218) 694-2934, or toll-free 1(800) 251-1689.

Vegetables are sold at Bemidji Area Farmers Market in Bemidji or from the farm on a pre-order basis, in season (view our Vegetable Calendar).

We only sell what we grow!

Ter-Lee Gardesn sells our locally grown, farm fresh vegetables at Bemidji & Bagley area Farmers' Markets.



Well, it is about time (or way past) to update this message!  We had thought about it a couple months ago and ever since then, but couldn't  think of anything positive to say, so just let it go. Not that much has changed now, but just looking at the calendar gives a little glimmer of hope. This winter has been something else, but most anyone that reads this can relate and understand.  We are into March, and still waiting for our "January thaw". We have no idea what this winter has done for the current crops that are in the ground (asparagus and strawberries), so only time will tell. However, in the meantime, we are cheered by the "greenery" in our house, in the forms of seedlings and transplants, that are being prepared to be planted in the high tunnels, if and when the ground thaws.

At this point in time, our plans for the coming season remain pretty much the same as they have been in the past--asparagus, strawberries, and Farmers Market. We, of course, will have some variety changes in various products, due to availability, newness, curiosity, and Mother Nature, but otherwise there shouldn't be any big surprises.

If you have any comments, questions, or suggestions, we would be happy to hear from you. And---Happy Spring!!