Farm Blog - October glory

Hello from the Gardens, amazing the difference a day makes. One morning snow the next a beautiful sunny warm day. Looking forward to planting garlic tomorrow and getting it composted and mulched next week. Then it's set for the winter and will appear next spring with beautiful green spouts.

Our Market Stand is open, Fri. Sat. this week and Thurs. thru Sat. next week, then we're closed for the season.

Looking forward to our Christmas Market in the barn on Saturday November 19th, 10am - 3pm.
- local vendors
- evergreen planter workshop
- farm fresh food
- great gift options
Soup, Hot drinks and Snacks

Available at Market
- Garlic for planting, for storage and fresh eating
- Apples, macs, delicious, honey crisp, ida read
- Pears, bartlet and flemish beauty
- Potatoes, yukon and 4 types of fingerlings
- Hot peppers and Sweet peppers
- Fennel bulbs
- Diakon radish and red round radish
- Arugula, Spinach, Kale and Chard
- Cabbage, Red, Green, Savoy and Nappa
Honey, Maple Syrup, Meats and more

Amazing to think it was 6 months ago that we opened for the season. It seems long and like it has flown by. We are ever grateful for our amazing farm customers and community.

We look forward to planning and dreaming of growing even more for you in the next season.

With gratitude,
Kim & Tom