We are now closed for the 2020 season. Thank you for all the support and making this season a successful one! We are still around tackling our to do lists so if you need to stock up on fall harvest treats, carrots potatoes and garlic please email lin@winderberry or call 250-342-7606.

Our garlic is certified organic and grown in Windermere. We plant in the fall, into rich soil with our own farm made compost and certified organic chicken manure.

We grow 16 different kinds and have enjoyed getting to know all these garlics over the years. Some have a stronger garlic flavour, leave more heat in your bite, some have large cloves making it easy to cook with because of less peeling and some have smaller cloves, giving you the option for smaller meals and salad dressings.

Enjoy looking at all our varieties and reading the descriptions. Let us know if you have any questions. We will ship until Thanksgiving, weather dependent and then it will be pick up only, as we can’t ship when the temperatures are below freezing.

Winderberry &
Edible Acres Farm + Café + Catering





Welcome to Winderberry &
Edibles Farm + Café + Catering

First established in the 1960s, Winderberry Nursery came under the care of green-thumbed, thoughtful-hearted Jack Steedman and Glenda Wah in 1984. From two greenhouses, 2,500 square feet and a sell-out by June of that first year, the business has expanded over 35+ years to 25,000 square feet of greenhouse space along with a nursery specializing in hardy trees, shrubs and perennials, operating from March through October every year.

While Glenda and Jack remain the heartbeat of Winderberry, and are still involved in many aspects of the business, the next generation of family farmers have brought a new and renewed focus on innovative gardening, spectacular flowers and farm-to-table dining (meals serving the local community and summer time visitors to the Columbia Valley) to both commercial and retail customers in BC and Alberta.

Their daughters Lin and Anna have been involved in some capacity with the greenhouse and nursery since they were toddlers and have embraced the opportunity to take on the Winderberry legacy.

Lin along with husband Oliver and boys Cade and Ryley, run the certified-organic Edible Acres Farm and CSA program, and are frequent fixtures at summer farmers’ markets. And as a natural extension, offering farm-to-table deliciousness, Edible Acres Café & Catering is run by Anna with partner, Chef Randy MacSteven and their son Luke.

On any given day, you might find Papa Jack checking for eggs in the chicken coop with Ryley, age 3, or Luke age 8, delivering a basket of just-dug potatoes to his mum and dad in the café for the next day’s famous Eggs Benny, or Cade age 5, helping mom open up the greenhouse doors to say good morning to the plants. – All the signs of a growing family, in every way; a family whose values are rooted in healthy living, sustainability, and a deep love for the place that grows them all.

Hanging Baskets

Get ready for the summer season by pre-ordering your hanging baskets.

CSA Box Pre-Orders

SOLD OUT FOR 2020. Please reach out to us for weekly availability online, at Winderberry/Edible Acres/Invermere Farmer’s Market/Agri Park Farmer’s Market/ Kimberley Farmer’s Market.

Each week you will receive fresh, organic seasonal produce, all grown right here at Edible Acres Farm.

Edible's Café

Edible Acres Café is located in Windermere, nestled amongst the beautiful trees, shrubs and flowers of Winderberry.


Edibles Farm + Café + Catering

Visit Us:
1681 Highway 93/95,
Windermere, British Columbia,
Canada, V0B 2L2

“The TRUE ”farm to table” café /caterer in the Windermere Valley… this family owned and operated delight is the best there is for FRESH food, from morning to lunch, for harvest dinners, weddings, tastings and everything in between. Don’t forget the season long fresh garden to counter organic vegetables, homemade dips AND if you ask… fresh cut flowers from the adjoining family owned nursery… nothing can compare or compete with this quiet jewel, set just off highway 93 in windermere.”

Buck Braund