Hi, my name is Bernadette Fox.

I want to welcome you to my family’s farm and plant nursery! My family and I (ONLY my family and I!) grow a huge array of fruits and vegetables and a staggering number of culinary herbs and greens. Everything is handpicked everyday by us, harvesting only the very best and leaving the rest, and sold at our market right on the farm.  The truth is, we wouldn’t be here, doing what we love to do, if it wasn’t for our dad. In 1974, my dad Tom Fox started Magicland Farms in Fremont, MI because he was simply hungry for good, fresh food! This commitment to providing the very best to his family and customers is the cornerstone of our farm’s legacy and our driving passion. Today, Magicland Farms has over 100 varieties of apples, over a dozen heirloom tomatoes, 11 different watermelon, a staggering amount of herbs and colorful greens, and so much more! My family’s farm has the widest portfolio of heritage produce grown by a small family farm in Michigan!

This year of 2017, our farm is growing customized gardens for local restaurants. This means you choose which herbs, heirloom vegetables, and flowers you want. Your gardens will be tailored to your menus and your needs and wants. I will grow and deliver them myself every week.

Your special restaurant garden will be placed in a prominent location (open to the public per request of restaurant) on my farm with personalized plaques at the farm and within your establishment. You will be able to market to your patrons through social media, photos, and video that your ingredients come from THIS garden, grown and cared for personally by Bernadette, their local farmer. Your restaurant garden will give your patrons a farm-to-table experience like no other!

There is only one catch. I only have a limited amount of space. You must secure your special plot of land by filling out the form below. I will respond within 24 hours.

SEPTEMBER 2017 UPDATE: Bernadette’s Custom Grown Gardens is temporarily postponed as I spend my time as a new wife, working with my husband in his business, and working through the ups and downs of my first pregnancy. If you are a restaurant thinking of starting or growing your own herb/vegetable garden I’d be happy to share advice. I am by default a farmer who just loves to garden. Don’t hesitate to drop me a line anytime.

Herbs and Greens

  • Anise
  • Anise Hyssop
  • Italian Basil
  • Holy Basil
  • Thai Basil
  • Purple Basil
  • Persian Basil
  • Lemon Bergamot
  • Borage
  • Lemon Sweet
  • Dani Basil
  • Caraway
  • Catnip
  • Cayenne
  • Cilantro
  • Chamomile
  • Chervil
  • Garlic/Onion Chives
  • Cress Upland
  • Cumin
  • Dill
  • Epazote
  • Fennel (leaf)
  • Fenugreek
  • Edible flowers
    • Nasturtium
    • Squash blossoms
    • Viola
    • Calendula
    • Chrysanthemum
    • Chamomile
    • Anise Hyssop
    • Hyssop
  • Lavender
  • Lovage
  • Sweet Marjoram
  • Greek Oregano
  • Peppermint
  • Parsley
  • Rosemary
  • Rue
  • Safflower
  • Sage
  • Saltwort
  • Sesame
  • Sorrel
  • Spanish/Russian Tarragon
  • Shiso (aka perilla)
  • Stevia
  • Thyme
  • Yomogi
  • Colorful Microgreens/Baby Vegetables
    • arugula
    • beet
    • radish
    • chard
    • mustard
    • orach
    • broccoli
    • kale
    • lettuce
    • rhubarb
    • spinach
    • radicchio
    • chrysanthemum

Fruits & Veggies


  • Apples (100 different varieties)
  • Quinte
  • Vista Bella
  • Melba
  • Jonamac
  • Summer Treat
  • Mollies Delicious
  • Chenango Strawberry
  • Zestar!
  • Empire
  • Spartan Mac
  • Paulared
  • Jonathan
  • Splendor
  • Senator
  • Crispin/Mutsu
  • Jersey Mac
  • Tydeman’s Red
  • Viking
  • Gala
  • Jonagold
  • Jonalicious
  • Honeycrisp
  • Granny Smith
  • Braeburn
  • Pristine
  • William’s Pride
  • Liberty
  • Wolf River
  • Starks Jumbo
  • Northern Spy
  • Rambo
  • Whitney Crabapple
  • Cortland
  • Macoun
  • Roman Beauty
  • Blushing Golden
  • Ashmead’s Kernel
  • Golden Russet
  • Court Pendu Plat
  • Saint Edmunds Pippin
  • Lubsk Queen
  • Pink Pearl
  • Surprise
  • Kandil Sinap
  • Red Delicious
  • Golden Delicious
  • Idared
  • McIntosh
  • Wealthy
  • Hawaii
  • Tolman Sweet
  • Snow
  • Baron
  • Tompkin’s County King
  • Red Gold
  • Northwest Greening
  • SunCrisp
  • Gold Rush
  • King David
  • Calville Blanc D’hiver
  • Fuji
  • Gravenstein
  • And the list goes on!
  • Pears (Asian, dessert, and canning)
  • Peaches (8 different varieties, both yellow and white-fleshed)
  • Plums (golden and red) Muskmelon (4 different varieties)
  • Nectarines (3 different varieties, both yellow and white-fleshed)
  • Watermelon (12 different varieties including red, pink, and yellow flesh)
  • Muskmelon/Cantaloupe (4 different varieties)


  • Sweet Corn (bi-color, all-white, all-yellow)
  • Beans (green, yellow wax, and more)
  • Peas (sugar snap and snow -eat pod and all!)
  • Tomatoes–Apart from juicy, vine-ripened, burger-sized tomatoes we have:
    • SunSugar cherry tomato (golden-our customers consider them pieces of candy because they are so sweet!)
    • Lucky Tiger cherry tomato (green/yellow striped)
    • Cherry Bomb cherry tomato (bright red)
    • Indigo Cherry Drops cherry tomato (dark purple)

    AND over 12 different heirlooms

    • Green Zebra
    • Cherokee Purple
    • Brandywine
    • Mortgage Lifter
    • Taxi
    • Lemon Boy
    • Chef’s Choice
    • Moskvich
    • Berkeley Tie Dye
    • Indigo Rose
    • Damsel
    • Glacier
    • Rutgers
    • San Marzano – the perfect salsa/sauce/paste tomato
  • Zucchini and Summer Squash
  • Squash Blossoms
  • Cucumbers (slicing and pickling)
  • Peppers
    • Green and red sweet bell peppers
    • “Sweetest-Sweet-Pepperon-Earth” (red and yellow)
    • Jalapeno
    • Habanero
    • Cayenne
    • Poblano
  • Beets (3 different varieties: red, golden, and striped)
  • Onions (yellow, white, and red)
  • Garlic (stiff-neck variety which is highly flavorful)
  • Garlic Scapes (blossom stalk of the garlic plant with mild garlic flavor)
  • Radishes (different varieties including red, white, and purple)
  • Radish pods (the mildly spicy, crisp seed pod of the radish plant)
  • Winter Squash
  • butternut
  • green acorn
  • Celebration acorn
  • Festival acorn
  • Heart of Gold
  • Kabocha
  • green buttercup
  • orange buttercup
  • Blue Hubbard
  • spaghetti
  • Sugar Pumpkins
  • Eggplant
  • Cabbage
  • Brussel Sprouts
  • Pac Choy
  • Cauliflower
  • Kohlrabi
  • Radicchio
  • Broccoli
  • Carrots
  • Parsnips
  • Popcorn

Flowers and Restaurant Decor

I also grow cut flowers, specifically sunflowers. Provide me with a wish list of colors or types of flowers you want for your tables and I will be happy to provide a portion of your wants. Keep in mind we also grow a large selection of fall decorations including small gourds, miniature pumpkins, and decorative corn.

Frequently Asked Questions

Where are you located?

We are located on the eastern outskirts of Fremont, Michigan.

Are you part of a larger distributer or co-op?

No. We are completely independent and family-owned. My family and I (and only my family and I!) run the whole farm from seed to market/restaurant.

Where do you deliver?

We deliver within an hour radius. Grand Rapids is about an hour south of us.

How often do you deliver?

We deliver up to two times a week.

What is the difference between buying bulk produce and a Custom Grown Garden?

My family grows a huge selection of fruits and vegetables. When certain crops are in season that is when we will be able to sell to restaurants at a bulk discount.

Custom Grown Gardens is a brand.  I want to add even more value to the concept of “locally-grown and sourced ingredients” by giving your restaurant its very own garden located on my farm that you customize yourself. I grow it and harvest it myself, but it will be your plot of ground that you can publicize and rave to your visitors about. It’s a perfect way to show your customers how committed you are to locally grown foods and the use of the freshest and healthiest ingredients possible. Your garden can also be open to the public for viewing and/or harvest per your permission or request. It will be a branding for your restaurant that you can sell to your customers to build up your dishes and make them stand out from the rest. Your very own garden produced the ingredients in this dish, grown and harvested by Bernadette, a passionate farmer who is devoted to the land and providing naturally-grown food to her community.

What are your prices for bulk produce from your family’s farm?*

Pricing will be in direct correlation to what it is you need and how much you need of it. We will work out pricing until it is fair for both sides, although you will see below a price list from last year to give you a good estimate of what to expect. We will not compromise freshness or quality for anything. We work hard to provide all our customers the very best we can produce which will make your dishes the very best they can be.  Taste is only as good as your ingredients!

*Delivery fee to cover cost of transportation. This is waived if you are part of the Custom Grown Gardens program.

**All unscheduled deliveries will have an extra fee.

What is your pricing for a Custom Grown Garden?

My pricing is simple. Start-up fee and a single, flat-rate weekly fee. Let’s sit down together and discuss details.

Keep in mind:

a.) I am not affiliated with any food distribution company so there is no middle man, and with no middle man you know exactly where your ingredients are coming from.

b.) The ingredients you get come straight from your own garden right on my farm, and are no more than a few hours old once they arrive at your restaurant.

c.) My passion is in my diversity and quality. I love farming, I love growing everything under the sun, and I love striving to produce the best tasting food on the planet. That’s my goal: to give you a diverse selection of the highest quality herbs, greens, and specialty vegetables – produce that you wouldn’t find in the standard selection offered at places like Wal-Mart, Meijer, or even Sysco.

“Your Restaurant’s” Herb and Heirloom Vegetable Farm Garden.*  I’d love to grow you an array of herbs and greens for your dishes, to use as seasoning, garnishes, salad, or whatever your imagination can dream up! Want more than herbs and greens? Include in your herb garden unique heirloom vegetables that can’t help but steal the show and make your menu stand out from the rest!

*Includes personalized plaques in the garden and at the restaurant, each crop labeled, and high-quality photos and video taken of process plus any other kind of promotion/marketing discussed and agreed upon.

The start-up fee is determined on how much space is needed for your garden. You can think of the start-up fee as renting farmland and then hiring me to plant, grow, and harvest your crops.

Say it with flowers: Top the whole farm-to-table experience with flowers! I can provide your restaurant cut flowers from my cutting garden every week for a small, separate fee.

What is the price of produce from a Custom Grown Garden?*

Price of crops grown/harvested/delivered is a standard weekly fee. Let’s sit down and discuss details.

*Extra fee for delivering outside of scheduled times.

How do I sign up for my own custom garden?

Send me a message by filling out the form below. You are also welcome to give me a call at 231-303-0412.

How do I place an order for my ingredients from my custom garden?

You will have access to our produce database (updated weekly) where you can select what you need and how much you need every week. You then submit your order with payment. If paying with cash or check, we will ask for payment upon delivery.

What if I only want bulk produce?

If you are not interested in a custom garden at this time that is perfectly fine. My family and I would love to still provide your restaurant delicious, fresh ingredients straight from our farm, Magicland Farms.

Bernadette Fox

4380 S. Gordon Ave., Fremont, MI 49412