Rocky Acres Orchard

Lipton, Saskatchewan, Canada

Market Attendance:
Outdoor - Most Wednesdays & Saturdays
Available on the RFM Online Store

Introducing Ledeen & Perry of Rocky Acres Orchard


It has been over 20 years since Rocky Acres planted its roots just north of Fort Qu’Appelle and started their orchard. Throughout this time they’ve experimented by introducing new plants and products but after two decades of experience they have found the items they enjoy producing the most. Ledeen of Rocky Acres Orchard tells us her favorite time of year is when all the fresh fruits and vegetables are finally ripe for the picking. She noted that their fresh Saskatoon berries are their most popular product. However, it’s no secret that Regina Farmers’ Market customers eagerly await the day when their peppers start to arrive at the market too.


After purchasing high-tunnels for their orchard (think 200 foot long dome-tented structures) Rocky Acres Orchard says they’ll never grow their peppers outside again. Introducing these high-tunnels to their orchard has allowed them to have a longer growing season and given their plants an environment to not only grow, but thrive. They grow varieties of chili peppers such as the Ring of Fire, Chili Grande, Cayenne, Thai, and Gusto Purple. While their peppers are always popular at the markets, they also create products such as relish, salsa, fermented hot sauces, and dried and dehydrated peppers their products can be enjoyed year-round!


Don’t let all of this pepper talk deceive you either. Rocky Acres Orchard produces a wealth of other incredible products including Saskatoon berries, apples, sour cherries, cabbage, zucchini, cucumbers, and tomatoes as well as numerous picked items, jams, and jellies to name a few.


Rocky Acres Orchard has been a part of the Regina Farmers's Markets for over a decade now.  Ledeen noted her favorite element of the RFM is being able to provide high-quality products to their customers, and appreciates all of the smiling faces they’ve greeted at the markets over the last eleven years.


Best Known For: Peppers, Preserves, and Saskatoons


Saskatoon Berries