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Posted 7/22/2007 8:14pm by Eleanor Kane.

We will open for raspberry picking Monday 7/23 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, a red and a green kale, Swiss Chard, brocolli, traditional and eightball zucchini.  We have had some tomatoes and pickling cukes as well. Soon we will have an abundant supply. 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,  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 7/18/2007 4:46pm by Eleanor Kane.

We will open for raspberry picking Thursday 7/19 at 7am.  If we don't pick enough ripe berries today we may be open tomorrow morning also.  Randy will have the farm phone message updated by 5pm.  We are picking Boyne, Revielle, Killarney and a few Fall Gold and are still waiting for the Taylor and Latham 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. We will definately be open Saturday at 7am with very good picking conditions.   At the farm stand we will offer lettuces, a red and a green kale, Swiss Chard, brocolli, traditional and eightball zucchini.  Randy picked the first tomatoes and pickling cukes for the stand on Wednesday, however we are unsure if there will be enough ready to pick today. Soon we will have an abundant supply. 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, Soy bean (Edamame) plants, 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 7/16/2007 7:33pm by Eleanor Kane.

After a large crowd on Monday morning we will resume raspberry picking Wednesday 7/18 at 7am.  Tuesday we wil be closed. On Wednesday if all the ripe raspberries are picked during the morning we will close them down and  stay open to sell vegetables only until noon.  If for some reason they are not picked off by noon, we will stay open until they are. We are picking Boyne, Revielle, Killarney and a few Fall Gold.  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. If by chance it is raining we will open when it stops unless it looks like rain all day.  We are still early in the season and the raspberry supply should increase as the week progresses.   At the farm stand we will offer lettuces, a red and a green kale, Swiss Chard and PYO Sugar Snap Peas. This is the 3rd and last planting of sugar snap peas and they are coming to an end. The peas are the sweet edible pod type and children love to eat them.   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, Soy bean (Edamame) plants, 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 7/14/2007 10:40am by Eleanor Kane.

  After a large crowd on Sat morning we will resume raspberry picking Monday 7/16 at 7am.  This Sunday we wil be closed. On Monday if all the ripe raspberries are picked during the morning we will close them down and  stay open to sell vegetables only until noon.  If for some reason they are not picked off by noon, we will stay open until they are. 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. We are still early in the season and the raspberry supply should increase as the week progresses.   At the farm stand we will offer lettuces, a red and a green kale, fresh picked and PYO Sugar Snap Peas. This is the 3rd and last planting of sugar snap peas. The peas are the sweet edible pod type and children love to eat them.   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, Soy bean (Edamame) plants, 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 7/13/2007 8:37am by Eleanor Kane.

 The farmstand will be open Friday 9am -2pm for vegetables only. We will offer lettuces, a red and a green kale, fresh picked and PYO Sugar Snap Peas. No brocolli today. This is the 3rd and last planting of sugar snap peas. The peas are the sweet edible pod type and children love to eat them.  We will resume raspberry picking Sat at 7am. If all the ripe raspberries are picked during the morning we will stay open to sell vegetables until noon.  If for some reason they are not picked off by noon, we will stay open until they are. 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.  Next week the raspberry supple should increase.   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, Soy bean (Edamame) plants, 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 7/10/2007 1:22pm by Eleanor Kane.

We will begin Thursday morning with picking on the early raspberries and will keep the bed open until all the ripe berries are picked off.  If coming later in the morning for berries it is a good idea to call first.   As the season progresses the raspberry supple should increase.  If all the ripe raspberries are picked during the morning we will stay open to sell vegetables until noon.  If for some reason they are not picked off by noon, we will stay open until they are and close the beds all day Friday and resume picking Sat at 7am.  The farmstand will be open Friday 9am -4 pm for vegetables only. We will offer lettuce, Italian Kale, Brocolli, fresh picked and PYO Sugar Snap Peas. This is the 3rd and last planting of sugar snap peas. The peas are the sweet edible pod type and children love to eat them.  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, Soy bean (Edamame) plants, 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 7/9/2007 7:30pm by Eleanor Kane.

Tuesday July 10th our hours are 7am -12 noon. We will begin the morning with picking on the early raspberries, however there is a limited amount that are ripe and it won't take a large crowd to pick them. As the season progresses the raspberry supple should increase. We will stay open until noon even if the raspberries are picked off for the day. We will have red and green leaf lettuces, Italian Kale, Brocolli, fresh picked and PYO Sugar Snap Peas. The peas are the sweet edible pod type and children love to eat them. Come on out and get them involved in nature. The farm is very green and lush this time of year and some customers bring a blanket and picnic lunch. We have restrooms and a water fountain.   We also offer potted heirloom tomatoes, Soy bean (Edamame) plants, Lisianthus, cilantro, dill and a few  perennials.  The strawberry bed is closed for the year. It was a very brief season due to poor plant health. We are already looking forward to opening the new bed next year.  We sell our soaps year round.   Try the spicey "Garden Hands" mixed with a fine pumice and jojoba oil.   Call the farm phone @ 868-2001 anytime for updates or check here

Posted 7/7/2007 5:56am by Eleanor Kane.

Saturday July 7th our hours are 9am - 4pm. We will have red and green leaf lettuces, Italian Kale, Brocolli, fresh picked and PYO Sugar Snap Peas. The peas are the sweet edible pod type and children love to eat them. Come on out and get them involved in nature. The farm is very green and lush this time of year and some customers bring a blanket and picnic lunch. We have restrooms and a water fountain.  We will be closed Sunday and Monday. It appears the early raspberries will be ready for the first picking Tuesday morning at 7am, however please check here or the farm phone Monday afternoon to make sure.  As the season progresses the berry supple should increase.  We also offer potted heirloom tomatoes, Soy bean (Edamame) plants, Lisianthus, cilantro, dill and a few  perennials.  The strawberry bed is closed for the year. It was a very brief season due to poor plant health. We are already looking forward to opening the new bed next year.  We sell our soaps year round.   Try the spicey "Garden Hands" mixed with a fine pumice and jojoba oil.   Call the farm phone @ 868-2001 anytime for updates or check here.

Posted 7/5/2007 5:16pm by Eleanor Kane.

Friday July 6th we will open at 9am. We will have red and green leaf lettuces, Italian Kale, Brocolli, fresh picked and PYO Sugar Snap Peas. The peas are the sweet edible pod type and children love to eat them. Come on out and get them involved in nature. The farm is very green and lush this time of year and some customers bring a blanket and picnic lunch. We have restrooms and a water fountain.  Hours for this week are Wed July 4th And Sat 9am -4pm, Thurs and  Fri 9am -6pm. The raspberries look great and are starting to color. We may offer the first picking this weekend but it is still too early to say for sure.   We also offer potted heirloom tomatoes, Soy bean (Edamame) plants, Lisianthus, cilantro, dill and a few  perennials.  The strawberry bed is closed for the year. It was a very brief season due to poor plant health. We are already looking forward to opening the new bed next year.  We sell our soaps year round.   Try the spicey "Garden Hands" mixed with a fine pumice and jojoba oil.   Call the farm phone @ 868-2001 anytime for updates or check here.

Posted 7/4/2007 6:13am by Eleanor Kane.

Wed July 4th we will open at 9am. We will have red and green leaf lettuces, Italian Kale, fresh picked and PYO Sugar Snap Peas. The peas are the sweet edible pod type and children love to eat them. Come on out and get them involved in nature. The farm is very green and lush this time of year and some customers bring a blanket and picnic lunch. We have restrooms and a water fountain.  Hours for this week are Wed July 4th And Sat 9am -4pm, Thurs and  Fri 9am -6pm. The raspberries look great and are starting to color. We may offer the first picking this weekend but it is still too early to say for sure.   We also offer potted heirloom tomatoes, Soy bean (Edamame) plants, Lisianthus, cilantro, dill and a few  perennials.  The strawberry bed is closed for the year. It was a very brief season due to poor plant health. We are already looking forward to opening the new bed next year.  We sell our soaps year round.   Try the spicey "Garden Hands" mixed with a fine pumice and jojoba oil.   Call the farm phone @ 868-2001 anytime for updates or check here.

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