Farm Happenings for June 4, 2020
The rains haven't been easy on all of our crops but our Summer favorites are growing like crazy! I think if I had sat in the cucumber beds for an hour I would have been able to watch them grow! Check out this adorable baby cucumber! We worked hard this year to plant cucumber varieties that mean go1 read more »
Rain and Pottery and FREE freezer strawberries!
With the incredible rain we got, it definitely had an effect on our crops. The peas LOVE it, they doubled in size and we will be harvesting our first snap pease next week! Small harvest at first, but it will grow in size week to week. The strawberries however, did not love it. They are fragile litt1 read more »
Sixth week of our Harvest Box can it be?? In a typical spring, time seems to be both at a standstill and fly by in April and May. We’re so busy with our heads down in the task right in front of us it’s hard to make a moment to look up and see how the season fits in the larger picture. I1 read more »
Strawberry pie, strawberry syrup, strawberries on strawberries!
And then there were more! Finally get yourself enough fresh strawberries for that strawberries and fresh biscuits with cream you’ve been craving for Sunday Brunch... ...Or that strawberry jam you saw someone make the other day you really want to try! Head over to our farm stand: h1 read more »
Strawberry and Salad Greens Abundance!
With the warm weather over the past week and the perfectly timed rains, our rows of strawberries and salad greens have been exploding with abundance! Sign up by 10 PM tonight for an extra weekend supply of strawberries, spring lettuce mix, Sorel, and a spicy salad mix (pro tip: all 3 greens combine1 read more »