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Dizzy Lizzie's Farm is a NOFA-NY certified organic family farm located near Syracuse, New York. They offer a wide range of fresh seasonal produce, including garden plants, flowers, and U-Pick blueberries. The farm also produces maple syrup and an assortment of value-added products such as spices, candied hot peppers, jams, and relishes. Dizzy Lizzie's Farm is dedicated to providing healthy and high-quality food while expanding the community's exposure to heirloom and unusual vegetables, herbs, and plants.

The farm started when Dizzy Lizzie and Tractor Man purchased a house with a 102-acre plot of land in 2012. With a mission to offer the community access to fresh and nutritious food, Dizzy Lizzie officially started the farm business as a certified organic farm. Over the years, they have expanded their product selection and introduced offerings like CSA plants, produce pre-orders, and flower CSA options.

The farm prides itself on constantly improving its offerings and introducing new high-quality products each year. Their goal is to provide customers with variety and never let them get bored. Dizzy Lizzie's Farm also values the joy that fresh flowers bring and aims to share that with others.

The farm is run by Dizzy Lizzie herself, Tractor Man operates the tractor on the farm, and their daughter serves as the welcoming crew. They are supported by a crew of animals including dogs, cats, bunnies, guinea pigs, chickens.

Visitors can connect with the farm by visiting their location or contacting them through phone or email. They are active on social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, TikTok, and Pinterest. Customers can also stay updated with the latest news from the farm by subscribing to their newsletter.