Hello from the gardens,
Whew, how did you enjoy this first of September heatwave? The cooler temperatures should make for a lovely weekend. Sat. Sept. 9th, 10am - 4pm is our last Pop up Market, hope you can make it to enjoy the amazing talented people in our community.
New crops of lettuce, arugula, spinach, radish and mustard greens have all been planted and fingers are crossed for the last crop of cucumbers and zucchini. Always lots of trust and hope with growing things. Some crops are starting to finish up so a great time to enjoy and put some away if you can.
Freestone Peaches orange variety and White Lady (super sweet)
Purple Plums, Blue Plums
Market Stand Open
every Friday and Saturday 10am to 5 pm
Fresh Produce this week
- Fennel bulbs
- Yukon gold potatoes
- Sweet peppers
- Green cabbage
- Sweet Corn (from Harris farms)
- Beans, your choice of colours or mixed
- Garlic bulbs
- Green onions
- Zucchini -
- Cucumbers -
- Swiss chard
Local Maple Syrup and Honey
Eggs - $7/dozen
Buy 1 second one free (equal or lesser value)
Perennials, Planter and Annuals
Eco Pantry Reusables, check out the amazing local teas, soaps and everything reusable
Mineral Mix fertilizer and Diatomaceous Earth (for soft bodied insects)
Special Events and Activities
Cooking Classes...... check out the attached file
Unleash your inner chef! Join us for an exciting culinary experience with the incredible Chef Stephanie!
Space is limited, so sign up now!
10 AM - 11:30 AM
Cost per class - $25
Ingredients to take home will be
available for purchase, prices will vary
based on the session.
Restorative Yoga each Tues. and Thurs. 7 - 8pm, in the meadow or barn
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Last Angus Pop up Market at the farm
Sat. Sept. 9th, 10am - 4pm
Story Telling Time with our own Sylvie and friends, come join in for this classic story telling time!.
Looking forward to seeing you at the gardens.
Wishing you a most wonderful weekend.
All the best,
Kim & Tom