WE'D LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU! 250.339.1671

Céad Míle Fáilte. One Hundred Thousand Welcomes! We are a small family farm established in 1993. We specialize in growing pumpkins, garlic, heirloom apples, lavender and greenhouse starts. We make natural goat’s milk soap and organic lavender products for local customers and specialty stores throughout Vancouver Island.

We believe in the humane and loving treatment of our animals, sustainable growing practices, and sharing this farm with our community. We have put our heart and soul into this farm building up slowly as we could afford to and learning along the way. We wish to continue farming for many more years and we hope you can visit Shamrock Farm one day. We’re so glad you found us!

 August 2017 news:

  • The farm is currently closed to the public while we focus on farming. The Shamrock Road-side Farm Stand is open daily from 10:00am until 6:00pm. Run on the honour system, the stand is currently overflowing with seasonal vegetables, lavender flowers, goat milk soap and lavender-infused products. Please bring cash or a cheque for any purchases and help yourself. If there is something specific you are looking for please give us a call at 250-339-1671.


  • We are presently gearing up for our month long October PUMPKIN PATCH event. The farm will be open to the public seven days a week, beginning October 1st. We are really looking forward to the Fall season ahead and celebrating the pumpkin harvest.  We cannot wait to see every one back out at the farm very soon.

Your Farmers,

The Farrell’s

  • 08 Oct

    Pumpkin Pie Recipe

    The best thing about owning a pumpkin farm is having oodles of...
  • 23 Apr

    Rhubarb Lemonade

    Rhubarb is the first thing to appear in our spring garden. A...
  • 11 Mar

    Our Barn Cats

    I am always mesmerized by the life of the barn cat, such...
  • 20 Jan

    The Muscovy’s.

    We don’t know where they came from.  Maggie arrived first, in early...
  • 14 Nov

    The Chronicles Of Shamrock Farm….

     A picture does paint a thousand words and that is what you...