Growing fresh flavorful produce for your family's dinner table utilizing natural and organic practices.

Crop Protection


Our goal is to minimize environmental impact while protecting crops by deterring common garden pests while not harming our agricultural friends such as bees, birds, and butterflies.

About Scott and Jean Shingledecker

Our farm is located in Flushing, Mi. We have been growing most of our lives. Jean grew up and participated on her grandfather's farm in Homer, MI. Gardening with her father, including canning and freezing with her step-mother. Scott began growing vegetables with his father, and helping the family with the storage process.  We have continued to raise produce after our first home ownership. Combined we have many years of experience, tried and true methods, and yet we are still learning and willing to implement new ideas. 

New Day Gardens LLC


Our goal is to provide fresh produce to our community that is non-gmo, chemical free and safe for your family. We utilize natural and organic practices to minimize risk not only to families, but also to our environment. 

We are PSA (Produce Safety Alliance) certified. We are currently acquiring our MAEAP (Michigan Agriculture Environmental Assurance Program). We will also be seeking the following certifications as well, GAP (Good Agricultural Practices) and Organic. 

What We Grow

No need to wait for the farmers market, we have a stand  in front of our home, stop by anytime, when we pick, it is put out!

Items are subject to change / availability.

  • Personal size watermelon: sugar baby, white wonder, baby doll, golden midget
  • Cantaloupe: Amish melon 
  • Concord grapes 
  • Strawberries 
  • Raspberries/blackberries
  • Sweet peppers: green yellow, red, purple 
  • Specialty sweet peppers: Hungarian, cubanelle, gypsy habanada (no heat habanero) Italian sweet, sweet banana, felicity (no heat jalapeno) 
  • Hot peppers: Anaheim chili, cayenne, hot banana, Hungarian wax, red chili, super chili, sweet heat, tabasco, jalapeno
  • Specialty hot peppers: chocolate habanero, ghost, habanero, kin pau, mirachi, scotch bonnet, serrano, Trinidad scorpion, Carolina reaper
  • Heirloom tomatoes: Amish paste, Arkansas traveler, Brandywine, German Johnson, hillbilly, marglore, mortgage lifter 
  • Specialty heirloom tomatoes: Black krim, Cherokee purple, Mr. stripey, pineapple, dark galaxy
  • Cherry tomatoes: cherry red, sweet 100, sweet baby girl
  • Cherry tomatoes: black cherry 
  • Cabbage green, red
  • Brussel sprouts cut
  • Collard greens 
  • Green beans 
  • Lettuce 
  • Kale: 
  • Spinach 
  • Okra 
  • Summer squash ie: zucchini, yellow etc 
  • Specialty squash: heirloom trombetta di albenga, patisson golden marbre scallop 
  • Cucumbers: marketmoore, straight eight; burpless English 
  • Sweet corn 
  • Herbs: basil, sweet marjoram, oregano, thyme, spearmint, chocolate mint 
  • We recommend calling for availability. Varieties change depending on demand. If there is a specialty item you would like please call and request. Pricing subject to change.​

Due to circumstances beyond our control this season, we will have a late harvest