Queen Anne Farm is family owned by Carl and Carole Brady, and has been selling farm fresh fruits and vegetables directly to the public since 1983. The market is well known for its many varieties of pumpkins, heirloom pumpkins, sweet potatoes, white sweet potatoes, sweet corn and fresh vegetables and a terrific variety of fall squashes.
Carl proudly comes from a family of farmers, and he began when he was a teenager helping farm the land. As an adult, he has grown pumpkins for more than 40 years. Prior to opening his own farm market, Carl specialized in growing pumpkins wholesale, selling an extensive variety to Giants, Safeway, and roadside markets.
Carole and her daughter Catherine now manage the farm sales, which includes all the vegetables, plus jams and jellies, Halloween accessories, beautiful potted mums, pasteurized apple cider, Pennsylvania apples, and much, much more. They all pitch in during the fall season, offering field trips and a traditional pumpkin patch where customers are invited to pick there own straight off the vine.
Queen Anne Town
Queen Anne Farm is named after the old port of Queen Anne Town. The town of Queen Anne had once provided deepwater navigation on the Patuxent River joining Prince Georges County and Ann Arundel County. The bridge at Queen Anne Town was a crossing which served as the focal point of the community, a geographical landmark defining political boundaries, and a physical and symbolic crossroads of culture, time and place. Queen Annes Town was the uppermost seaport on any river in colonial Maryland, and it therefore was the strategic shipping port for all planters in Prince Georges County and Anne Arundel County.
Please use this form to contact us. We look forward to hearing from you!