Spring Ledge Farm is a family operation, started and grown by John and Sue Clough for 30 years. Greg Berger purchased Spring Ledge in 2005, after working alongside the Cloughs for 20 years.
Located in the heart of New London, we continue the tradition of providing our community with the best ornamental plants, fresh vegetables and fruits, cut flowers, sweet corn, and our own strawberries. We also offer high-quality hard goods, products from local farmers and makers, fresh local dairy and eggs, as well as potting soil, compost, and fertilizers to make sure your plants have a great start.
Spring Ledge Farm is a New Hampshire ‘Farm of Distinction’. Given by the N.H. Dept. of Agriculture, the award recognizes farms that do an outstanding job of appealing to the non-farm public. Spring Ledge also received the 2012 Cooperator of the Year award from the Merrimack County Conservation District. We are open for self-guided tours during regular business hours. Group and school tours are available, please email email@example.com for more information.
Our farm’s growth and success over the years continues to be a team effort and is highly dependent on the help of all the crews here on the farm. We would like to thank our employees and our community, including local families and businesses who choose our farm to supply them with fresh plants and produce. We truly could not do it without you.
Tasha and Greg with Sue and John Clough
This is an aerial view of the farm from the '90s
John and Sue back in the day
Greg started at Spring Ledge in 1986 as a high school sophomore and legit plant geek. Gardening and plants have always been a source of pleasure for Greg, and he learned all about vegetable and annual plant growing while working for John and Sue Clough. After graduating college with a degree in plant science, Greg moved back to New London and began working full time on the farm. In 2005, Greg purchased Spring Ledge from the Cloughs. He and his family live on the farm, along with their dog Mishka, housecat Chibi and several barn cats. Geraniums remain his favorite ornamental plant while 'Sun Gold' cherry tomatoes are his favorite field snack.