- House 2 – carrots are up
- House 3 – full of grafted tomatoes
- House 4 – beets are up
- 2000 lettuce plants are growing
- We have grafted tomato plants for sale (give us a call)
- Making beds for onions and new planting of day neutral strawberries
- Getting ready to plant:
- Putting in a new asparagus bed
The frequent rains and cool weather are delaying spring plantings. We have had a good signup effort for our CSA program and are STILL accepting applications.
Click here to signup for the 2019 season! See you at the farm!
Buy one, get one free sale!!
We still have crispin, ida red, macintosh, golden delicious, and empire apples.
Still have some winter squash, blue hubbard, carnival squash, vegetable spaghetti squash, red and blue potatoes.
Check us later for Brussels sprouts. Give us a call to make sure we have what you want!
We still have plenty of apples! Ida red, jona golds, golden delicious, crispin, empires, and Macintosh! Still have plenty of winter squash , potatoes (red and blue), cabbage (green), and honey! Come visit our farm stand!
We have a good supply of Cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, Cabbage, Winter squash,
Apples (Empire, Cortland, Jona Gold, Macintosh, Honey Crisp), Pumpkins, Blue Potatoes, and Honey!
U-pik potatoes as follows:
Saturday, October 6 – 1 to 4 pm
Sunday, October 7 – 1 to 4 pm
Monday, October 8 – 1 to 4 pm
Red, white, yellow and blue potatoes.
– $7 a 5 gallon pail
– $14 a bushel
It will not take much rain to postpone the digging, so please give us a call at 687-2874 before you come! Thank you.
Due to the heat, humidity, and rising temperatures, our tomatoes are ripening fast! They won’t last too long! Upik is available and there are plenty at the farm stand and our Farmers Market. Please stop by if you have a chance and enjoy some delicious tomatoes from Our Green Acres.
Just a few updates for you:
– Freestone peaches will be here August 16
– Great supply of pickling cucumbers and slicing cucumbers
– still have upik and stand blueberries
– lots of sweet delicious corn
See you at the farm!
It has been a slow growing Spring, but things are doing real well.
- strawberries blossoming – expect ripe berries about June 20th
- blueberries are in blossom – what a great sight!
- raspberries in raspberry house look great
- peas and early corn up and growing
- new planting of strawberries are in and doing well
- sweet onions are doing great
- good ‘ole Keith has tomatoes and peppers doing well. Starting to pick a few grape tomatoes.
- regular tomatoes look super – green fruit close to baseball size
- we have great lettuce at this time