About Us
Serving Windsor-Essex for decades!
 
 

          Simpson Orchards of Leamington is operated by Wally & Debbie Simpson. They are the fourth generation carrying on this “growing” tradition along with Wally's  parents, Eugene and Jane, and Wally and Debbie's children, Curtis, Courtney and Greg.

          The farm boasts over 20 different crops, including many varieties of apples, peaches, pears, apricots, cherries, melons, watermelons, sweet potatoes, squash, etc. With C.A. long term storage, apples are available year round with the best selection of varieties around. 30 different apple varieties are grown ranging from antique kinds such as Northern Spy and Russet, to new varieties like Fuji, Ambrosia and Honeycrisp.

 
  History
We've grown to 5 generations since 1921!
 
          Our family farm was established in 1921 when Jean Simpson and her son Allan purchased the home farm. Our weekly tradition of taking produce to market in Windsor, Ontario started in 1928. Jean and Allan sold their produce in the street while the City market was being constructed. Our family sold there until 1997 when the city owned market was closed. Since then, we have been selling Fridays & Saturdays in Windsor at the "Market Square" on the corner of Ottawa St. and Walker Road. Currently we have the 3rd, 4th, and 5th generations still living  on the farm.  
 
Taken circa 1957.
Jean Simpson (1st generation) posing on the far left.
 
 
Taken circa 1947.
Allan Simpson (2nd Generation) driving the tractor.
Eugene Simpson (3rd generation) beside Allan.
 

 

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