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Posted 8/18/2007 7:19pm by Eleanor Kane.

The PYO tomato patch is open with an abundant supply of early and early main season varieties. The price for PYO  is  $1.00/lb  red or green.  This year the patch has approx 800 tomato plants with 13 varieties including heirloom and plum varieties.   We also have green beans available for PYO.  Raspberries season had ended. Unfortunately our fall raspberries did not overwinter in good health and we don't expect to reap a fall harvest from them.  The farm hours are Mon thru Fri 9am - 6pm. Sat 9 - 4 and Sunday 12 - 4pm. We will not have sweet corn on Sunday. Randy has large plantings of sweet corn growing in the fields, however it seems to be sitting still.   These cooler night temps have slowed their growth.  Corn availability will be erratic until these larger plantings mature.  Our peaches are finished for this year.  At the farm stand we will offer tomatoes, pickling cukes, kale, Baby Swiss chard, Broccoli, traditional and eight ball Zucchini. We also offer a few potted perennials.  Our handmade herbal soaps are sold at the farm stand year round.  My latest favorite is Ginger Garden.  Call the farm phone @ 868-2001 anytime for updates or check here.

Posted 8/17/2007 8:47pm by Eleanor Kane.

The PYO tomato patch is open with an abundant supply of early and early main season varieties. The price for PYO  is  $1.00/lb  red or green.  This year the patch has approx 800 tomato plants with 13 varieties including heirloom and plum varieties.   We also have green beans available for PYO.  Raspberries season had ended. Unfortunately our fall raspberries did not overwinter in good health and we don't expect to reap a fall harvest from them.  The farm hours are Mon thru Fri 9am - 6pm. Sat 9 - 4 and Sunday 12 - 4pm. We will next have sweet corn on Saturday 8/18.  Randy has large plantings of sweet corn growing in the fields. These cooler night temps have slowed their growth.  Corn availability will be erratic until these larger plantings mature.  Our peaches are finished for this year.  At the farm stand we will offer tomatoes, pickling cukes, kale, Baby Swiss chard, Broccoli, traditional and eight ball Zucchini. We also offer a few potted perennials.  Our handmade herbal soaps are sold at the farm stand year round.  My latest favorite is Ginger Garden.  Call the farm phone @ 868-2001 anytime for updates or check here.

Posted 8/16/2007 5:56pm by Eleanor Kane.

The PYO tomato patch is open with an abundant supply of early and early main season varieties. The price for PYO  is  $1.00/lb  red or green.  This year the patch has approx 800 tomato plants with 13 varieties.    We are about 4-5 days  away from having a quantity of ripe Romas and Viva Italianos, however these plum tomato varieties were adversely effected by the cool temps and rain earlier in the season resulting in a somewhat diminished crop.   Raspberries season is just about over. It takes a lot of work to fill your baskets and requires searching and picking down low and inside the bushes. Unfortunately our fall raspberries did not overwinter well and we don't expect to reap a fall harvest from them.   This week the farm hours are Mon thru Fri 9am - 6pm. Sat 9 - 4 and Sunday 12 - 4pm. We will next have sweet corn on Saturday.  Our peaches are finished for this year.  We also have 2 varieties of green beans available for PYO.  Randy has large plantings of sweet corn coming along and hopes to be into them by this weekend. These cooler night temps have slowed their growth.  Corn availability will be erratic until these larger plantings mature.  At the farm stand we will offer tomatoes, pickling cukes, kale, Swiss chard, broccoli, traditional and eight ball zucchini. We also offer specialty cut Lisianthus stems in white and purple and a few potted perennials.  Our handmade herbal soaps are sold at the farm stand year round.  My latest favorite is Ginger Garden.  Call the farm phone @ 868-2001 anytime for updates or check here.

Posted 8/15/2007 5:43pm by Eleanor Kane.

The PYO tomato patch is open with an abundant supply of early and early main season varieties. The price for PYO  is  $1.00/lb  red or green.  This year the patch has approx 800 tomato plants with 13 varieties.    We are about 4-5 days  away from having a quantity of ripe Romas and Viva Italianos, however these plum tomato varieties were adversely effected by the cool temps and rain earlier in the season resulting in a somewhat diminished crop.   Raspberries season is just about over. It takes a lot of work to fill your baskets and requires searching and picking down low and inside the bushes. Unfortunately our fall raspberries did not overwinter well and we don't expect to reap a fall harvest from them.   This week the farm hours are Mon thru Fri 9am - 6pm. Sat 9 - 4 and Sunday 12 - 4pm. We will next have sweet corn on Saturday.  Our peaches are selling very quickly and almost all are picked. We will have them several more days.  We also have 2 varieties of green beans available for PYO.  Randy has large plantings of sweet corn coming along and hopes to be into them by this weekend. These cooler night temps have slowed their growth.  Corn availability will be erratic until these larger plantings mature.  At the farm stand we will offer tomatoes, pickling cukes, kale, Swiss chard, broccoli, traditional and eight ball zucchini. We also offer specialty cut Lisianthus stems in white and purple and a few potted perennials.  Our handmade herbal soaps are sold at the farm stand year round.  My latest favorite is Ginger Garden.  Call the farm phone @ 868-2001 anytime for updates or check here.

Posted 8/15/2007 5:49am by Eleanor Kane.

The PYO tomato patch is open with an abundant supply of early and early main season varieties. The price for PYO  is  $1.00/lb  red or green.  This year the patch has approx 800 tomato plants with 13 varieties.    We are about 4-5 days  away from having a quantity of ripe Romas and Viva Italianos, however these plum tomato varieties were adversely effected by the cool temps and rain earlier in the season resulting in a somewhat diminished crop.   Raspberries season is just about over. It takes a lot of work to fill your baskets and requires searching and picking down low and inside the bushes. Unfortunately our fall raspberries did not overwinter well and we don't expect to reap a fall harvest from them.   This week the farm hours are Mon thru Fri 9am - 6pm. Sat 9 - 4 and Sunday 12 - 4pm. Our peaches are selling very quickly and almost all are picked. We will have them several more days.  We also have 2 varieties of green beans available for PYO.  Randy has large plantings of sweet corn coming along and hopes to be into them by this weekend. These cooler night temps have slowed their growth.  Corn availability will be erratic until these larger plantings mature.  At the farm stand we will offer tomatoes, pickling cukes, kale, Swiss chard, broccoli, traditional and eight ball zucchini. We also offer specialty cut Lisianthus stems in white and purple and a few potted perennials.  Our handmade herbal soaps are sold at the farm stand year round.  My latest favorite is Ginger Garden.  Call the farm phone @ 868-2001 anytime for updates or check here.

Posted 8/14/2007 9:54am by Eleanor Kane.

The PYO tomato patch is open with an abundant supply of early and early main season varieties. The price for PYO  is  $1.00/lb  red or green.  This year the patch has approx 800 tomato plants with 13 varieties.    We are about 4-5 days  away from having a quantity of ripe Romas and Viva Italianos, however the growing conditions earlier in the season were not favorable for them resulting in a diminished crop.   Raspberries season is just about over. It takes a lot of work to fill your baskets and requires searching and picking down low and inside the bushes.    This week the farm hours are Mon thru Fri 9am - 6pm. Sat 9 - 4 and Sunday 12 - 4pm. Our peaches are selling very quickly and almost all are picked. We will have them several more days.  We also have 2 varieties of PYO green beans. We'll start the day with sweet corn on Tuesday, and may run out before the afternoon.  Randy has some large plantings coming along and hopes to be into them by this weekend.  At the farm stand we will offer tomatoes, pickling cukes, kale, Swiss chard, broccoli, traditional and eight ball zucchini. We also offer specialty cut Lisianthus stems in white and purple and a few potted perennials.  Our handmade herbal soaps are sold at the farm stand year round.  My latest favorite is Ginger Garden.  Call the farm phone @ 868-2001 anytime for updates or check here.

Posted 8/12/2007 8:16pm by Eleanor Kane.

The PYO tomato patch is open with an abundant supply of early and early main season varieties. The price for PYO  is  $1.00/lb  red or green.  This year the patch has approx 800 tomato plants with 13 varieties.    We are about a week away from having a large quantity of ripe Romas and Viva Italianos, (plum tomatoes).  Raspberries are still available for picking, however the season is just about over. It takes a lot of work to fill your baskets and requires searching and picking down low and inside the bushes.    This week the farm hours are Mon thru Fri 9am - 6pm. Sat 9 - 4 and Sunday 12 - 4pm. The peaches are ready and Randy is picking every day for the stand.  We also have PYO green beans.  We won't have sweet corn on Monday but hope to have it on Tuesday.  At the farm stand we will offer tomatoes, pickling cukes, kale, Swiss chard, broccoli, traditional and eight ball zucchini. We also offer 6-paks of specialty cut Lisianthus and a few perennials.  Our handmade herbal soaps are sold at the farm stand year round.  My latest favorite is Ginger Garden.  Call the farm phone @ 868-2001 anytime for updates or check here.

Posted 8/11/2007 6:42pm by Eleanor Kane.

The PYO tomato patch is open and raspberries are still available for picking.   This week the farm hours are Mon thru Fri 8am - 5pm. Sat 9 - 4 and Sunday 12 - 4pm. Raspberry picking will be offered every day. This is the 5th week of picking and most of the berries will be found on the lower laterals, but there are still quite a few ripe berries available.  It takes more work, ie bending over and picking down low and inside the bushes.  The peaches are ready and Randy is picking every day for the stand.  The PYO tomato patch is open with an abundant supply of early and early main season varieties. The price for PYO  is  $1.00/lb  red or green.  This year the patch has approx 800 tomato plants with 13 varieties.    We are about a week away from having a large quantity of ripe Romas and Viva Italianos, (plum tomatoes).  We also have PYO green beans.  We won't have sweet corn on Friday, but will have it on Saturday and not during the day Sunday.  At the farm stand we will offer tomatoes, pickling cukes, kale, Swiss chard, broccoli, traditional and eight ball zucchini.  The farm is very green and lush this time of year and some families bring a blanket and picnic lunch. We have restrooms and a water fountain.   We also offer 6-paks of specialty cut Lisianthus and a few perennials.   Our handmade herbal soaps are sold at the farm stand year round.  My latest favorite is Ginger Garden.  Call the farm phone @ 868-2001 anytime for updates or check here.

Posted 8/9/2007 8:48pm by Eleanor Kane.

The PYO tomato patch is open and raspberries are still available for picking.   This week the farm hours are Mon thru Fri 8am - 5pm. Sat 9 - 4 and Sunday 12 - 4pm. Raspberry picking will be offered every day. This is the 5th week of picking and most of the berries will be found on the lower laterals, but there are still quite a few ripe berries available.  It takes more work, ie bending over and picking down low and inside the bushes.  The peaches are ready and Randy is picking every day for the stand.  The PYO tomato patch is open with an abundant supply of early and early main season varieties. The price for PYO  is  $1.00/lb  red or green.  This year the patch has approx 800 tomato plants with 13 varieties.    We are about a week away from having a large quantity of ripe Romas and Viva Italianos, (plum tomatoes).  We also have PYO green beans.  We won't have sweet corn on Friday, but will have it on Saturday.   At the farm stand we will offer tomatoes, pickling cukes, kale, Swiss chard, broccoli, traditional and eight ball zucchini.  The farm is very green and lush this time of year and some families bring a blanket and picnic lunch. We have restrooms and a water fountain.   We also offer 6-paks of specialty cut Lisianthus and a few perennials.   Our handmade herbal soaps are sold at the farm stand year round.  My latest favorite is Ginger Garden.  Call the farm phone @ 868-2001 anytime for updates or check here.

Posted 8/6/2007 8:29pm by Eleanor Kane.

This week the farm hours are Mon thru Fri 8am - 5pm. Sat 9 - 4 and Sunday 12 - 4pm. Raspberry picking will be offered every day. This is the 5th week of picking and most of the berries will be found on the lower laterals. It takes more work to fill your baskets this late in the season.  The peaches are ready and Randy is picking every day for the stand.  The PYO tomato patch will be open with a limited supply of large red tomatoes and more numerous small red tomatoes and lots of green tomatoes all at $1.00/lb. It has about 800 tomato plants with 13 varieties this year   The 2 varieties of plum tomatoes are just beginning to ripen.  We also have PYO green beans.   At the farm stand we will offer tomatoes, pickling cukes, kale, Swiss chard, broccoli, traditional and eight ball zucchini and possibly a few pints of fresh picked strawberries.  The strawberries we are picking now are grown in a new system called the annual row system and Randy fruited them this year.  We are out of sweet corn until later in the week. In approx 5-7 days we hope to have a steady supply.  The farm is very green and lush this time of year and some families bring a blanket and picnic lunch. We have restrooms and a water fountain.   We also offer 6-paks of specialty cut Lisianthus and a few perennials.   Our handmade herbal soaps are sold at the farm stand year round.  My latest favorite is Ginger Garden.  Call the farm phone @ 868-2001 anytime for updates or check here.

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