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Posted 6/2/2011 4:05pm by Heather Warren.

Our farmstand will be open Friday June 3 from 1pm to 5pm. We will have available fresh picked asparagus, lettuce and rhubarb. We also have our own handmade herbal soaps and maple syrup from a local farm.

Posted 6/1/2011 4:04pm by Heather Warren.

We will be open Thurs June 2 from 1pm to 5pm . We will have available our own fresh picked asparagus, rhubarb and lettuce. We also have our own handmade herbal soaps and maple syrup &  raw unfiltered honey from local farms.

Posted 5/29/2011 5:05pm by Heather Warren.

Our farmstand will be open Wednesday, June 1 from 1pm to 5pm with our own fresh picked asparagus, lettuce and rhubarb. We also have our own handmade herbal soap and maple syrup and honey from local farms. The strawberries are starting to swell, so we are about a week away from fresh picked strawberries. 

Posted 5/26/2011 10:26am by Heather Warren.

We will be open Saturday may 28 from 10am to 2pm. We will have available fresh picked lettuce, fresh picked rhubarb, a limited amount of our fresh picked asparagus, our own handmade herbal soap, and maple syrup and raw unfiltered honey from local farms. This year we have begun picking and selling(for $1.00 per lb) our rhubarb. We no longer offer free pyo rhubarb. We expect our fresh picked strawberries to begin in 1 to 2 weeks. Our fresh picked sugar snap peas will be ready toward the end of June. 

Posted 5/21/2011 3:49pm by Heather Warren.

We will be open Wednes May 25 from 1pm to 5pm for our own fresh picked asparagus, fresh picked rhubarb, handmade herbal soap, maple syrup, and raw unfiltered honey. 

Posted 5/20/2011 9:39am by Heather Warren.

We will be open Saturday 10am to 2pm for a limited amount of our fresh picked asparagus, our own fresh picked rhubarb , handmade herbal soap, local raw unfiltered honey, and local maple syrup. We are expecting our own lettuce in approx. one week and our own fresh picked strawberries in approx two weeks. Our seascape variety of strawberries began to blossom before this latest cool spell so have slowed a little but will still be ripening just after the beginning of June. Regular june-bearing varieties have been delayed by the cool weather and will be ripening about June 20th. Sugar snap peas have definitely been delayed and are expected in late June. 

Posted 5/18/2011 9:55am by Heather Warren.

Due to the weather and a storage problem, we have very little asparagus available for this wednes but we will be open for our handmade herbal soaps, fresh picked rhubarb, maple syrup, raw unfiltered honey and a few hanging flower baskets.

Posted 5/16/2011 4:23pm by Heather Warren.

Cool weather has slowed down the asparagus production however we will be open Wednesday and selling it along with raw, unfiltered local honey, Barrington maple syrup, handmade soaps and a few beautiful hanging baskets of flowers. 

Posted 5/11/2011 5:25pm by Heather Warren.

We will be open 10am -2pm and start the day off with our asparagus in 1lb packages at $4/lb. We also have plenty of handmade soaps and local wildflower honey from fall 2010.  The asparagus may run out at some point depending on demand. Call if you please, 868.2001

Posted 4/23/2011 8:29am by Heather Warren.

Yes, spring is here although this year it's been a little cooler and the consistent warmup seems to be about one week later than last year. Weather predictions state Easter Sunday will be the beginning of the spring warm up. We'll see.

The garlic is reaching up thru the hay by almost a foot and the first planting of sugar snap peas have been sown. Randy has 45 day old tomato plants in the greenhouse and lettuce in the ground. The strawberries have been uncovered and on May 1st he'll begin pruning the raspberries.  

I have begun working full time off the farm at the "Pickup Yard" at Pleasant View Gardens Pembroke facility. Pleasant View Gardens is one of the top suppliers of vegetative product in the country.  You can see their website at http://www.pvg.com    

Because I'm working off the farm, our farmstand hours will be decreased from last year's schedule. Last year we had the farmstand open every day and we also had a booth at the Northwood Farmers Market. This year we will not be at the farmers market in Northwood. Randy will see what hours work best for you and him here at the farmstand. The farmstand will be open as soon as we have enough product to warrent the time spent.  We expect to have asparagus mid May. That is usually our 1st crop of the season. At this time the farmstand is stocked with local honey and handmade soaps.

Randy is still selling fire wood at $140/cord green cut and split. You pick up. Currently he is booked up with orders, however if you are interested call the farm phone at 868-2001.

 

 

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