Month: July 2008

Harvest 9-A

Well, we are back with a vengeance, bringing you the start of the tomato gluttony. Enjoy them!! Yeah! Summer SquashCucumbersHot PeppersSweet PeppersGarlicCherry TomatoesRed TomatoesBeansEggplantMelons

Farm Tour this week!

There is no CSA pick up this week. We’ll be open Saturday from 10-3 for the Annual Montgomery County Farm Tour. We’re open to the public! See you then.

Harvest 8-B

We’re continuing to transition to summer, warm weather crops. Here’s what we got for you this week: BeetsSummer Squash (this includes zucchinis)CucumbersSweet PeppersHot PeppersBeans–they’re purple this weekGarlic **Don’t forget to join Liz for scarecrow making party!

Harvest 7-A

Hope your 4th of July holiday was blissful and y’all enjoyed yourselves. This week is a transition week for us in the harvest realm. No more cut greens until the fall. PYO is gorgeous, take advantage. BeetsKale or Chard or CollardsTurnipsSpring OnionsSummer SquashCucumbersPotatoesButler’s BlueberriesHot Peppers–Hungarian Hot Wax

Harvest #6-B

Exciting developments in the PYO this week. . . the flowers look gorgeous!!!! Argostemma (aka Corn Cockle), snapdragons, clarkia, calendula, sweet peas, zinnias, statice, salvia, strawflowers, bee balm, gaillardia, and Gladiolus (only one stem please), all are in bloom and are very, very lovely. Plus, the basil is ready for picking. Liz, Michelle, or myself Read More …