Farm Blog - Seedling, Perennials & Planting Time

Hello from the gardens, ever busy days with seedlings and seeding.

Are you looking for perennials (come back every year) to be food and habitat for pollinators and wildlife? We have them, ones for the bees, butterflies and humming birds. Check out the orange cone flowers, so pretty and functional.

Also perennials that are super hardy for hot and dry (xeriscaping), cause we all remember last week!

Fruiting shrubs give lots of treats every season, raspberries, blueberries, elderberries and more. Don't have room to plant in the ground? We have large planters with more dwarf versions that can stay in the pots for growing!

Market this Week
- New rhubarb available
- asparagus
- green onions
- radish
- salad mix
- spinach
- seasonal pesto

Utopia Hall fundraiser for Gristmill restoration - Nettle Soup and baking on Saturday

Garden Talk Free garden talk Saturday May 21st, 11-11:45 am
Tips and tricks for planting your tomatoes and peppers.
- by the plants on the yard by Market Tent
- bring your questions

Forest Farm School activities
Check out the new activities growing at the farm.

So much more going on,
Looking forward to seeing you at the farm.

All the best,
Kim & Tom