Grappling Gardens provides specialty produce homegrown in Richfield, WI 




  • Chesnok Red (H)

  • Elephant  

  • Extra Select  (S)

  • Georgia Fire  (H)

  • German Red (S)

  • Inchelium Red  (S)

  • Italian Late  (S)

  • Montana Giant  (H)

  • Music (H)

  • Polish Softneck (S)

  • Siberian (H)

  • Spanish Roja (H)


Hardneck (H)

Softneck (S)


For images and descriptions of each variety, check out our gallery!



Decorative Corn Varieties:


  • Calico

  • Early Pink

  • Shaman Blue

  • Strawberry


Available for purchase:

  • Single Ear

  • Bunch of 3 (with or without bow)

  • Bunch of 5 (with or without bow)

Decorative Pumpkins Varieties:

  • Jack Be Little

  • Jarrahdale

  • Lumina

For images and descriptions of each variety, check out our gallery!​



Fresh local honey made from the bees in our backyard. Hillside Honey and Grappling Gardens are trying to keep with the effort of restoring the honey bee population in the surrounding areas. Honey is sold in a variety of shapes and sizes ranging from 2 oz. bears to 2 lb. jars. A unique product that is offered is homemade whipped honey. This is spreadable honey, with a butter-like consistency, that is perfect for spreading on toast or pancakes.


Hillside Honey is a division of Grappling Gardens.



Cedar Lake Syrup provides local maple syrup. The sap is collected from sugar maple trees in the freeze and thaw in early spring. From there it is purified and concentrated into delicious maple syrup. The consistency of homemade maple syrup tends to be runnier than store-bought products, however, the taste is like none other. Cedar Lake Syrup is sold in sizes ranging from half-pint jars to two-pint jars. 

Cedar Lake Syrup is a division of Grappling Gardens.