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Posted 8/5/2007 4:24pm by Eleanor Kane.

We will next open on Monday 8/06 from 8am-5pm. We will have raspberry picking with fair conditions.  Most of the berries will be found on the lower laterals. Our peaches are ready and will be offered at the farm 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 sauce tomatoes are not ready yet.  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 a limited supply of sweet corn and 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.  In approx 5-7 days we hope to have a steady supply of sweet corn.  Soon the farm stand hours will increase as the veggie supply increases.    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 8/4/2007 12:21pm by Eleanor Kane.

We will next open on Sunday 8/05 from 12 -4. The berries were picked hard on Sat and they are nearing the end of their season. We will allow picking but it will take some work to fill your baskets.   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 sauce tomatoes are not ready yet.  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 a limited amount of sweet corn and 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.  In approx 7 days we hope to have a steady supply of sweet corn.  Soon the farm stand hours will increase as the veggie supply increases.    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 8/2/2007 5:28pm by Eleanor Kane.

We will next open for raspberry picking Saturday 8/04 at 7am with good and perhaps very good picking conditions. We will be closed on Friday. This is the 4th week of picking. If coming later in the morning I recommend calling first because when all the ripe berries are picked off we will close the beds for further ripening.  We expect the berries to decline soon.  The PYO tomato patch has about 800 tomato plants and 13 varieties this year and will be open for the first picking this Sat with a limited supply of large red tomatoes and more numerous small red tomatoes and lots of green tomatoes all at $1.00/lb.  The sauce tomatoes are not ready yet.  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 a limited amount of sweet corn. In approx 7 days we hope to have a steady supply of sweet corn.  Soon the farm stand hours will increase as the veggie supply increases.    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.   A customer favorite is our Lavender oats infused with Calendula flowers.  Call the farm phone @ 868-2001 anytime for updates or check here

Posted 8/1/2007 6:31pm by Eleanor Kane.

Next open for raspberry picking Thursday 8/02 at 7am with good picking conditions and on Friday the farm will close and reopen on Sat at 7am. We have been picking Boyne, Revielle, Killarney, Fall Gold, Taylor and Latham.  We hope to have good picking into the weekend and expect the berries to decline soon.  This is the 4th week of picking. If coming later in the morning I recommend calling first because when all the ripe erries are picked off we will close the beds for further ripening.  We also have PYO green beans.   At the farm stand we will offer tomatoes, pickling cukes, a kale, Swiss chard, broccoli, traditional and eight ball zucchini  and a limited amount of sweet corn. In approx 7-10 days we hope to have a steady supply of sweet corn.  Soon the farm stand hours will increase as the veggie supply increases.  The PYO tomato patch has about 800 tomato plants and 13 varieties this year and will be open for the first picking this Sat with a limited supply of large red tomatoes and more numerous small red tomatoes and lots of green tomatoes all at $1.00/lb.  The sauce tomatoes are not ready yet.  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.   A customer favorite is our Lavender oats infused with Calendula flowers.  Call the farm phone @ 868-2001 anytime for updates or check here

Posted 7/31/2007 4:11pm by Eleanor Kane.

Next open for raspberry picking Wednesday 8/01 at 7am with very good picking conditions.  We have been picking Boyne, Revielle, Killarney, and Fall Gold and now the Taylor and Latham are ready. If coming later in the morning  I recommend calling first because when all the ripe berries are picked off we will close the beds for further ripening. Also call the farm phone if unsure about the weather, as we have picking if not too much rain.  We also have PYO green beans.   At the farm stand we will offer tomatoes, pickling cukes, a red and a green kale, Swiss chard, broccoli, traditional and eight ball zucchini.  No sweet corn today.   When we have more variety in vegetables the farm stand hours will increase. The PYO tomato patch has about 800 tomato plants and 13 varieties this year and will be open for picking in approx 7 days. 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, cilantro, dill and a few perennials.   Our handmade herbal soaps are sold at the farm stand year round.   A customer favorite is our Lavender oats infused with Calendula flowers.  Call the farm phone @ 868-2001 anytime for updates or check here

Posted 7/29/2007 1:39pm by Eleanor Kane.

We will next open for raspberry picking Tuesday 7/31 at 7am with very good picking conditions.  We have been picking Boyne, Revielle, Killarney, and Fall Gold and now the Taylor and Latham are ready. If coming later in the morning  I recommend calling first because when all the ripe berries are picked off we will close the beds for further ripening. Also call the farm phone if unsure about the weather, as we have picking if not too much rain.  We also have PYO green beans.   At the farm stand we will offer tomatoes, pickling cukes, a red and a green kale, Swiss chard, broccoli, traditional and eight ball zucchini. We will have a limited amount of our 2nd planting of sweet corn.  When we have more variety in vegetables the farm stand hours will increase. The PYO tomato patch has about 800 tomato plants and 13 varieties this year and will be open for picking in approx 7-10 days. 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, cilantro, dill and a few perennials.   Our handmade herbal soaps are sold at the farm stand year round.   A customer favorite is our Lavender oats infused with Calendula flowers.  Call the farm phone @ 868-2001 anytime for updates or check here

Posted 7/28/2007 4:26pm by Eleanor Kane.

We will next open for raspberry picking Sunday 7/29 at 8am with good picking conditions.  We have been picking Boyne, Revielle, Killarney, and Fall Gold and now the Taylor and Latham are ready. If coming later in the morning  I recommend calling first because when all the ripe berries are picked off we will close the beds for further ripening. Also call the farm phone if unsure about the weather, as we have picking if not too much rain.   At the farm stand we will offer tomatoes, maybe pickling cukes, a red and a green kale, Swiss chard, broccoli, traditional and eight ball zucchini. We will have a limited amount of our 2nd planting of sweet corn.  When we have more variety in vegetables the farm stand hours will increase. The PYO tomato patch has about 800 tomato plants and 13 varieties this year and will be open for picking in approx 7-10 days. 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, cilantro, dill and a few perennials.   Our handmade herbal soaps are sold at the farm stand year round.   A customer favorite is our Lavender oats infused with Calendula flowers.  Call the farm phone @ 868-2001 anytime for updates or check here

Posted 7/26/2007 10:09am by Eleanor Kane.
We will next open for raspberry picking Saturday 7/28 at 7am with very good picking conditions.  We have been picking Boyne, Revielle, Killarney, and Fall Gold and now the Taylor and Latham are ready. Saturdays can be a bit crowded, so if coming later in the morning I recommend calling first because when all the ripe berries are picked off we will close the beds for further ripening. Also call the farm phone if unsure about the weather, as we have picking if not too rain much rain.    At the farm stand we will offer lettuces, tomatoes, maybe pickling cukes, a red and a green kale, Swiss chard, broccoli, traditional and eight ball zucchini. We will have a limited amount of our 2nd planting of sweet corn.   When we have more variety in vegetables the farm stand hours will increase. The PYO tomato patch has about 800 tomato plants and 13 varieties this year and will be open for picking in approx 10-14 days. 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 potted heirloom tomatoes, 6-paks of a specialty cut Lisianthus, cilantro, dill and a few perennials.   Our handmade herbal soaps are sold at the farm stand year round.   A customer favorite is our Lavender oats infused with Calendula flowers.  Call the farm phone @ 868-2001 anytime for updates or check here
Posted 7/25/2007 4:57pm by Eleanor Kane.

We will open for raspberry picking thursday 7/26 at 7am with good  picking conditions.  We have been picking Boyne, Revielle, Killarney, Fall Gold and now the Taylor and Latham have started to ripen.  We plan on picking only for 2 to 3 hours and then shutting down the beds until Sat morning.   At the farm stand we will offer lettuces, tomatoes, pickling cukes, a red and a green kale, Swiss Chard, brocolli, traditional and eightball zucchini. We will have a limited amount of our first sweet corn of the season.  The PYO sugar snap peas are finished for the season.   When we have more variety in vegetables the farmstand hours will increase. 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 potted heirloom tomatoes, 6-paks of a specialty cut Lisianthus, cilantro, dill and a few  perennials.   Our handmade herbal soaps are sold at the farm stand year round.   A customer favorite is our Lavender oats infused with Calendula flowers.  Call the farm phone @ 868-2001 anytime for updates or check here

Posted 7/23/2007 6:03pm by Eleanor Kane.

We will open for raspberry picking Wednesday 7/25 at 7am with good to very good picking conditions.  We have been picking Boyne, Revielle, Killarney, Fall Gold and now the Taylor and Latham have started to ripen.  If coming later in the morning for berries it is a good idea to call first. We never know how many people will show up.  At the farm stand we will offer lettuces, tomatoes,  pickling cukes, a red and a green kale, Swiss Chard, brocolli, traditional and eightball zucchini. We will have a limited amount of our first sweet corn of the season.  The PYO sugar snap peas are finished for the season.   When we have more variety in vegetables the farmstand hours will increase. 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 potted heirloom tomatoes, 6-paks of a specialty cut Lisianthus, cilantro, dill and a few  perennials.   Our handmade herbal soaps are sold at the farm stand year round.   A customer favorite is our Lavender oats infused with Calendula flowers.  Call the farm phone @ 868-2001 anytime for updates or check here

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