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Warriner Family Nov 2019

Welcome to


We're the WARRINER's

this is our family farm

Add Beauty to Your Life and Home with the Plants We Grow

What We Grow

 Our family is growing crops and memories in Southwestern Ontario.
The specialty crops we grow on our farm just for you include:
tulips, and then harvest the tulip bulbs in the fall. 
We make a little maple syrup too.


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Winterberries are a deciduous holly (ilex) that we harvest in November for holiday arrangements.

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Tulips fill our field with colour each spring. We offer cut flower bouquets and on-farm experiences when the tulips are blooming.

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Tulip Bulbs

To share our tulip varieties with you we sell bulbs that you can plant in your own garden.

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Maple Syrup Making - Evaporator - Grandpa and Boone
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Our Story

Hi! We're the Warriner's, Lynne, Nick and Paul. Siblings, friends, and business partners here at Hat Trick Farms. As Canadian farm kids, we grew up with a love for farming and hockey, hence we chose the hockey term for 3 goals, "Hat Trick", for our farm when we started our business together.

Our farm is more than land and crops, it is our family's heritage and future. Our Great Grandpa began farming south of Blenheim, in the "heart of the golden acres" in 1929 after coming to Canada from England. Our Grandparents and parents farmed this same land, so we are the 4th generation of Warriner's to farm here. 


The 3 of us purchased this land from Mom & Dad in 2009. We also planted the winterberry field that first year, starting our farm down a new path. Our journey continues today as we try new things and continue to evolve the farm for the future focusing on niche market crops.

We hope you will check out our blog and socials to follow along with our trials and tribulations growing those specialty crops and all of our family farming adventures. 


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